Snow Angels Out in Force

During last month’s snow, volunteers from the Parish Council were out in force helping to keep the area round the Green safe. A big thanks to Ian Dale, our Snow Angel coordinator, and to all our volunteers!

We could always do with more volunteers so if this is something you feel you can do, please contact the Parish Clerk at clerk@warlingham-pc.gov.uk. If you’re needed, it won’t involve much of your time and you will be making a huge contribution to keeping Warlingham safe.

Slowing Down Speeding Drivers

The Parish Council has been working with County Councillor, Becky Rush on tackling the problem of speeding drivers in some parts of Warlingham. A couple of months ago we asked you to tell us where you believe drivers are routinely exceeding the speed limit. Your feedback has helped us with our planning. Surrey County Council has also carried out a survey. (more…)

Parish Council Opposes Application to Build a Crematorium On Land North of Old Farleigh Road

As some of you may know, a commercial property developer has submitted a planning application (2020/2007) to build a large crematorium on Green Belt farmland in Farleigh adjacent to Selsdon Wood. Farleigh is designated an Area of Great Landscape Value and is considered by Tandridge District Council as a ‘key buffer against the urban creep of London’. (more…)

Covers Farm Quarry

The Parish Council has objected to a proposal which could see a large number of HGV lorries travelling through Warlingham Green to Covers Farm, Westerham as part of a scheme to restore the quarry to grassland.

The latest news is that Surrey County Council Highways engineers have assessed the route through Warlingham into Kent and consider it to be unsuitable for HGV traffic. They will pass these findings to their counterparts in Kent County Council so that this information can be included in the planning assessment.