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News published June 2020

  • Surrey says ‘No’ to drilling at Dunsfold

    Published 30 June 2020

    Waverley Borough Councillors have expressed delight that Surrey County Council’s planning committee members have refused a planning application to explore for oil and gas at Loxley Well in Dunsfold.

  • Waverley’s annual canvass begins 1 July

    Published 26 June 2020

    Waverley Borough Council has announced it will be contacting residents from 1 July, to ensure their voter registration details are correct.

  • Covid-19 testing 26 – 27 June

    Published 25 June 2020

    A mobile coronavirus testing facility is being established in Haslemere Leisure Centre Car Park, on Friday 26 June and Saturday 27 June.

  • Keep safe during the heatwave

    Published 24 June 2020

    With hot weather here for the next few days at least, we have put together some tips for helping to cope with the heat.

  • Waverley re-states opposition to drilling at Dunsfold

    Published 24 June 2020

    Waverley Borough Council is urging Surrey County Council’s planning committee to consider the strong community opposition and refuse an application to drill for oil and gas at Loxley Well in Dunsfold.

  • Waverley Mayor salutes the Armed Forces

    Armed Forces Day 2020 Published 22 June 2020

    The Mayor of Waverley, Councillor Penny Marriott, showed her support as the Armed Forces Day Flag was raised outside the council offices in celebration of Armed Forces Day (Saturday 27 June).

  • Covid-19 testing 22 – 23 June

    Published 19 June 2020

    A mobile coronavirus testing facility is being established in The Wharf car park, Woolsack Way, Godalming, on Monday 22 June and Tuesday 23 June.

  • Farnham World Craft City

    Published 18 June 2020

    Farnham has been awarded the prestigious World Craft City status by the World Craft Council.

  • Call for sites to add to Local Plan

    Published 17 June 2020

    Waverley Borough Council has called for information on sites for housing development in Haslemere or Witley, to be considered for potential inclusion in the forthcoming Local Plan Part 2 (LPP2).

  • CIL funding applications open

    Published 16 June 2020

    Groups and organisations in Waverley looking to deliver infrastructure benefitting residents and businesses in the borough are being invited to bid for CIL funding from Waverley Borough Council.

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