Planning Application List for 14th September Committee meeting

Here’s the latest planning application list for review at the next Planning Committee meeting on the 14th September at the Warlingham Community Library (doors open 7:30pm).

Members of the public and press are welcome to attend. A period not exceeding 15 minutes will be allowed from 7:30pm to enable members of the public to bring matters of interest or concern to the attention of the Planning Committee.

Here’s the full list of applications for the 24th August 2021:- Planning list for 14 September 2021 Planning Committee

Grant Award Scheme 2021

Every year the Parish Council awards grants to community projects and organisations which benefit the people of Warlingham. The Council wishes to fund projects that:

  • supports the Parish Council’s strategic aims of improving Warlingham’s environment, facilities, economy, security and community.
  • have specific end-dates
  • have specific and measurable outcomes

Please review to the attached application form for more information. The deadline for receipt of applications is 31st October 2021 and completed applications should be sent either via email to clerk@warlingham-pc.gov.uk or to the Clerk by post to Warlingham Parish Council c/o Warlingham Community Library, Shelton Avenue, CR6 9NF.

Grant Application Form 2021-22

Advance notice of Limpsfield Road roadworks on 18th August near Botley Hill Farm

Surrey County Council have scheduled road surface dressing work on the Limpsfield Road near Botley Hill Farm on 18th August 2021. Work is expected to take place between 9:30am and 3pm and include lane closures.

Roadside notices will be put up ahead of the work. For more details, contact Surrey Highways on 0300 200 1003 or email works.communication@surreycc.gov.uk

Limpsfield Road, Warlingham closure 18 August 2021

Warlingham Community Library – Covid Restrictions From19 July

We have reviewed our library’s Covid Risk Assessment.

The number of cases are still rising and as many of our volunteers are in a vulnerable age group it is important we do everything we can to keep our volunteers, staff and the visiting public as safe as possible to enable us to continue offering this valuable service to the community,

Therefore unless you’re exempt, from 19th July, we would kindly ask that you continue to wear a face covering when visiting our library, we will also continue cleaning down surfaces and limiting the number of visitors at any one time.

Thank you for understanding our decision.
Tina, Library Volunteer Co-ordinator