Nominations for the first Runnymede Civic Awards are now open
People in Runnymede have benefited from over £4m in central Government grants so far this year, to help make their homes more energy efficient and help tackle fuel poverty.
Councillors at Runnymede have voted to take responsibility for cladding on the Addlestone One development, by replacing it and covering the cost for individual homeowners living in the development.
The land surrounding the River Thames between Egham and Teddington is one of the largest areas of undefended, developed floodplain in England.
Runnymede Borough Council has taken a decisive step towards achieving Carbon Net Zero by 2030, after Councillors approved the new Climate Change Strategy at the October Full Council.
The Corporate Business Plan sets out our new vision for the Council and establishes five overarching themes for our work.
The Leader of Runnymede Borough Council has highlighted the range of support provided to residents aimed at easing the burden of the cost of living crisis.