We want to hear your views on the proposed improvements to Guildford Street in Chertsey, such as planters, seating, and better cycle parking.
Almost 40 local people who have excelled across our community, sports and fitness, and arts were celebrated at the second Runnymede Civic Awards last night.
Grants of up to £20,000 will soon be available to Chertsey businesses which want to smarten up their frontages.
Sir Mo Farah and Raheem Sterling paid a surprise visit to Padbol players at KickX, bringing a touch of stardust to Addlestone One, the Council’s regeneration project in the heart of Addlestone.
Every single apartment in Egham’s Magna Square development has now been sold or rented in an important milestone for the site.
Residents will be asked to pay just £5.53 more per year for all the services which Runnymede Borough Council provides when Council Tax bills are sent out to homes this month.
Magna Square, Runnymede Borough Council’s regeneration project in the heart of Egham is among 16 projects shortlisted for the RIBA (Royal Institute of British Architects) South East Awards.
The first images of new play equipment for two play parks in Egham have been revealed by Runnymede Borough Council, as part of its £1m investment programme in upgrading play spaces for children.