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  • Taxis (Hackney Carriages) and Private Hire within Runnymede

    Details regarding how to be become, or renew a taxi driver licence (Hackney Carriage) or Private Hire licence within Runnymede with details of fares and contact details of Private Hire Operators

  • Telecare

    Telecare sensors and monitors are linked to a community alarm and provide additional support and assistance for individuals to live independently at home with added peace of mind.

  • Tips/dumps (Community recycling centres)

    In addition to the kerbside recycling scheme, you can also recycle other materials at your local community recycling centre.

  • Tourism

    The Borough of Runnymede is steeped in history dating back thousands of years. Information on what to see, accommodation and restaurants in Runnymede and the surrounding area is available from the Visit Surrey website.

  • Town Centre Regeneration

    Runnymede Borough Council is committed to regenerating the Borough's town centres, as well as improving infrastructure and public facilities in the area. The regeneration of Addlestone Town Centre is already well advanced, and the Council has entered into a development agreement with Places for People to pursue further regeneration schemes including Egham Town Centre and Egham Leisure Centre.

  • Transparency and open data

    We are committed to providing residents with information that explains how the Council spends its money.

  • Transparency in purchasing

    We are committed to providing residents with information on how we spend their money

  • Travellers/Gypsy/incursions (report it)

    You can report anti social behaviour in the Borough using this form - please note that with some types of anti-social behaviour you will be required to leave contact details.

  • Treasury Management Policy

    These policies and strategies are made in accordance with the Guidance on Local Government Investments issued by the government on 12 March 2004.

  • Tree Preservation Orders (TPOs)

    You can view Tree Preservation Orders (TPOs) via the Councils interactive mapping service, Maps. Listed below are the TPOs in numerical order.

  • Tree Preservation Orders (works to protected trees)

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