Surrey residents have been reminded that the deadline is fast approaching to submit evidence for the formal boundary review for the Surrey Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
The review is led by Natural England and will decide whether areas next to the existing boundary should also be designated. The area in question covers the North Downs and Greensand Ridge landscapes on the doorstep of towns such as Dorking, Reigate and Oxted.
People living in and around the Surrey Hills can gather evidence such as photos and locations and share them through the Survey123 App or using the form on the Surrey Hills website. The evidence should be submitted by the 31st January deadline.
The boundary of the Surrey Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty has not been reviewed since its original designation in 1958.