Mole Valley District Council would like your input in planning our budgets over the next few years. You can have your say by completing a short online survey by Monday 11 November 2019.
Residents and businesses have the opportunity to comment on a new Environmental Health and Licensing Enforcement Policy ahead of the draft being formally considered, and possibly adopted, by the council.
Mole Valley District Council has been successful in its application for a £50,000 grant to help tackle unauthorised development in the green belt.
Around 280 people now join one of Mole Valley District Council's (MVDC) Walk for Health walks each week. Volunteer walk leaders are still needed to help the scheme continue to grow.
On Sunday 22 September, just over 80 children took part in Leatherhead's first junior parkrun. This free timed 2km event is open to all aged four to 14, including families and parents, and will take place at Leatherhead Leisure Centre every Sunday at 9am.
Mole Valley District Council's Economic Prosperity Strategy has made significant progress in key areas and identified further projects to support future prosperity in the district.
Having postponed the next stage of consultation, which had been due to run for six weeks from 21 October 2019, Mole Valley's Cabinet has updated the Local Development Scheme's timetable to reflect the proposed new dates, between 3 February and 16 March 2020.
Malden Rushett Community has applied to be recognised as a neighbourhood forum. The proposed neighbourhood area around Malden Rushett includes land within Mole Valley. If you live or work in this area, you can have your say on the application by 1 November 2019.