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A family of four from Egham have been found guilty of 13 breaches of six enforcement notices at Guildford Crown Court. The enforcement notices were issued by the Council and relate to land at Padd Farm, Hurst Lane, Egham.
We want to hear your views on whether there are any green areas in Runnymede that the Council should consider designating as Local Green Spaces (LGS).
Register to have your say on local issues and you could win £100.
The Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Regulations 2015 requires landlords to install both smoke alarms and carbon monoxide alarms in rented residential accommodation.
Fraudsters are emailing and calling residents, pretending to be making enquiries about council tax refunds. These scams are to find out your bank details and/or request a payment from you to process your refund.
Did you know that if you recycle your plastics pots, tubs, trays and bottles, they could be reborn as new items like furniture, children's toys, a football shirt or even another bottle?