Map and Directions to Council Offices
Mole Valley District Council's (MVDC) offices are open 8.30am to 5pm, Monday to Friday. The address is Pippbrook, Dorking, Surrey RH4 1SJ and the offices are located at the top of Dorking High Street, opposite Dorking Halls and the Dorking Sports Centre. Car parking is available.
When coming from the M25, exit the motorway at junction 9 and take the A24 for approximately five miles, passing the Burford Bridge Hotel on your left and Denbies Vineyard on your right. At the main traffic lights, continue on to the roundabout with a statue of a cockerel on and take the third exit into Dorking High Street. The entrance to MVDC's office car park is on the right.
When coming from Reigate travel along the A25 through Buckland. Take the second exit at the Deepdene Roundabout (which has the silver cockerel on it) and MVDC's offices are on the right.
From Guildford, exit the town centre on the A246 and at the traffic signals turn left into Epsom Road (signposted A25). Continue along the A25 across Newlands Corner, through Abinger, Wotton and Westcott. Continue through Dorking town centre, the offices will be on your left.
From Horsham exit the town via the A24, signposted Dorking. At Great Daux Roundabout take the 1st exit onto the A24. At Clark's Green Roundabout take the 2nd exit onto the A24. At Beare Green Roundabout take the 2nd exit onto the A24. At roundabout take the 2nd exit onto the A24. At Deepdene Roundabout take the 1st exit onto the A25, MVDC's offices are on your right.
Dorking Station and Dorking (Deepdene) Stations are five minutes walk from MVDC's offices. The Dorking Station line is operated by Southern and South West trains, servicing Victoria and Waterloo; and Dorking (Deepdene) Station is operated by First Great Western on the Reading to Redhill line. The telephone number for train times/general enquiries is 0845 748 4950.
More information can be found on our Transport Links page.
Car Parking and Access
There are two car parks: the top bay of the main car park is reserved for visitors' parking, with a limit of two hours. You must obtain a parking permit from Reception to park there.
Two Disabled Parking bays are available on the right-hand side of the driveway; these can be found by following the signage.
The main reception is located on the ground floor, through semi-automatic doors. The building is accessible for disabled persons.
For security purposes, a 'Visitors' badge will be issued where necessary.