A meeting next week will look at whether the position of the Chief Executive at Surrey Council should be abolished.
It’s due to a petition gaining enough signatures on the issue, meaning it can now be discussed at County Hall.
It also calls for the need to pay anyone over £50,000 a year to be examined.
More information on the petition can be found here: http://petitions.surreycc.gov.uk/chief-executive/#detail
Three men are wanted following an assault on a woman in Redhill.
It happened 2-weeks ago (3rd September) close to McDonald’s on Station Road at around 1:30 in the morning.
It’s believed an altercation took place between three men and the female victim, which then led to her being repeatedly assaulted.
Reigate and Banstead Borough Council has reminded residents to have their say on Tandridge District Council’s Garden Villages Consultation.
One of the sites being consulted on is Redhill Aerodrome which crosses the administrative border onto Reigate and Banstead in the Earlswood, Whitebushes and Salfords area. Other potential locations are Blindley Heath, land west of Edenbridge and South Godstone. Residents can have their say on the issues of a garden village development as well as the potential location. Reigate and Banstead will be making a response to the consultation as a statutory consultee.
The consultation document and details of how to make comments on the plan, are available at tandridge.gov.uk/localplan. The consultation runs until Monday 9th October.
Crawley Town drop down to 20th place in League 2 after a 1-0 defeat to second placed Notts County at the Checkatrade Stadium on Saturday.
In the Bostik Premier Division Merstham gained a point after a 3-3 draw at home to Brightlingsea Regent.
South Park are now in second place on goal difference in the Bostik South division after winning 3-1 away to Guernsey, just one point behind first placed Lewes. It was good news for East Grinstead winning 7-2 at home to Shoreham.
Dorking Wanderers are celebrating their win against Cheshunt in the FA Cup second qualifying round. Dorking are through to the next round winning 3-1 away. Horsham bows out of the cup after losing 5-2 at home to Herne Bay.
Surrey and Sussex police forces have issued a response following the London terrorist events.
After Friday’s attack at Parson’s Green tube station, Surrey and Sussex police are continuing to review their policing plans on a daily basis.
In the light of the increased threat level to ‘Critical’, announced by the Prime Minister on Friday, the forces have bolstered their armed policing capability by extending armed officers’ shifts. Head of Operations Command Assistant Chief Constable Steve Barry said that more armed officers will be seen at key sites to provide reassurance for local communities. They also continue to review security plans for upcoming public events.
He reminded residents of the national advice, to remain vigilant and report anything suspicious to the National Terror Hotline; 0800 789 321.