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Come along to ROSS CYCLES
145 Coulsdon Road, Caterham
(CR3 5NJ close to Tesco)
From 10am to 1pm on
Saturday 27th October 2018
This public meeting will explain how he would like to engage with all of the community to start to address major issues.
Please RSVP, Kevin is essentially inviting over 2'000 people with room capacity for 180 seated or 300 standing. so please log your interest at the link below.
Burstow Parish Council have submitted the following response to the Regulation 19 consultation of the Local Plan
The next community Flood Action Group Meeting will be held on
All welcome your input and knowledge are vital to us getting the work done that we so desperately need.
Our questions are being submitted to the relevant authorities with a meeting to be held later on in September.
If you are unable to make the meeting but would like us to raise something for you
please email Burstowfag@gmail.com
The Draft Local Plan Consultation has started
This consultation is an opportunity for residents to have their say about the legal compliance and soundness of the draft plan
See Tandridge website for more information www.tandridge.gov.uk/localplan
Start date: Monday 20 July 2018 (Postponed) New date TBD
Duration: For approx. 8 days Monday - Friday only 7:30am to 5pm
Please look out for advance warning signs on site for any date changes or check www.roadworks.org and @TandridgeLC on Twitter
Tandridge Beat officers dealt with a rather distressing report of a particularly aggressive Nottingham Knocker in Park Road, Caterham, at about 11am on Wednesday 6th June. He left the elderly couple in a distressed state and by the time they got round to calling us, 'Chummy' was well gone!
We have also recently been operating in Burstow. These individuals can be a real nuisance and can cause fear and intimidation.
When they tell you that they are on any type of 'Rehabilitation Scheme'; please be assured that this is absolutely untrue. Whatever their sob storey its not true.
There are no nationally accredited projects anywhere in the UK for 'reformed offenders' that authorises, causes or permits, this form of door to door selling.
It's a scam.
Those of you who have read the recent reports on In the Know will be aware of the thefts of post from external post boxes.
Downlands Lane, Smallfield. Between 11.00 and 12.00 May 12th a very dark skinned male, average height and build with very dark and thick black hair, aged 30 to 40 and wearing a high viz top removed mail from a post box. He is believed to have been driving a white or cream small car (ref 45180049404).
One victim has had a credit card statement for nearly £20,000 with purchases of diamond jewellery and Apple computers in Antwerp. They used their address, date of birth etc (easy to obtain if you know how) to obtain a credit card then must have returned a second time to collect the card delivered to the address.
Please ensure if you have an external post box, especially if you live in the remote areas of the village that the slot is too small for a hand and is locked. If your post man does not post the mail all the way through your front door then you must instruct him to do so.
Smallfield Neighbourhood Watch Coordinator
Please note the above is being held at
Centenary hall on Monday 16th April from 7pm
There will updates on
and an outside speaker yet to be confirmed
It has come to our attention that the applicant for Dowlands Park (to build 88 houses in the Green Belt) has written to all residents in the Parish, to our District Councillors and to Parish Councillors.
The leaflet distributed by the applicant implies that the Parish Council is supporting this development and that the concerns we raised on behalf of residents have been addressed. Neither of these things is true.
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