Energy Bills Support Scheme
This is aimed at those not benefiting from the Government Energy Support scheme (£400 reduction on electricity bills). These residents live in households with no domestic electricity meter or do not have a direct relationship with an energy supplier.
‘Insourcing’ entire gardening staff will lead to high standards and local control
Bucking the national trend of outsourcing public services, Runnymede Borough Council has ‘insourced’ its entire grounds maintenance operation in a move expected to increase quality and local control.
You will need ID to vote in 2023 elections
On Thursday 4 May 2023, local elections are taking place across England. To vote at a polling station this year, you will need to bring photo ID.
CCTV Hampshire expansion supports our commitment to Runnymede
On top of keeping local people safe, Runnymede Borough Council’s CCTV monitoring centre is expanding to work in partnership with two councils in Hampshire.
New awards to celebrate Runnymede’s business community
Runnymede is an exciting and vibrant place for businesses and has been recognised as the most competitive UK borough outside of London.
Parking service changes
From 1 April 2023 Runnymede Borough Council will no longer be responsible for on-street parking enforcement including administration of resident on-street permits or visitor permits.
The service will be operated in partnership between Surrey County Council and Marston.
Need funding for a Coronation community event?
To celebrate the Coronation of His Majesty King Charles III we’re inviting local community groups and voluntary organisations to apply for up to £250 of funding to help throw an event that brings the community together. Deadline to apply is 30 March.