Future Mole Valley – March 2021 Newsletter

Please note that Future Mole Valley newsletter below states that the date of the Local Elections as Thursday 7 May 2021. The correct date of the Local Elections is Thursday 6 May 2021.

Planning Applications in Bookham

Each week MVDC publish planning applications that have been submitted across the district. This is an extract of the applications made in Bookham. You may comment on planning applications on the Mole Valley District Council web site using the reference number to search by. The BRA seeks to preserve the character of the Bookhams by reviewing […]

Information on accessing food banks and community fridges in the district

Message from Mole Valley District Coucil Helping Families with Food Poverty in Mole Valley Mole Valley District Council (MVDC) will do all it can to prevent children from going hungry this winter.  The main MVDC website and main phone line (01306 885001) both provide information for anyone with financial difficulties who may be struggling to […]

Future Mole Valley 2020 Newsletter + Timetable

We have received this update on the Future Mole Valley Local Plan and timetable. You can click on the links within the Newsletter.  It is interesting to note that MVDC is applying more consideration to the Green Belt issue which was raised by residents and the BRA’s responses earlier this year. Les Huett BRA Communications  

Mole Valley Life – Winter 2020 Newsletter

The Mole Valley Life Winter 2020 newsletter has been published and there is a lot of useful information for our senior and/or vulnerable residents and their carers. Click on the image below to visit the Mole Valley Life website and the 2020 Newsletter. 

Clarity on Local Government Re-organisation

Message from Matt Blake – Senior Communications Officer MVDC Leaders of Surrey’s District and Borough Councils Welcome Government Clarity on Local Government Reorganisation Surrey Leaders welcome the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government’s (MHCLG’s) recent announcement and clarity on local government reorganisation. MHCLG makes it clear there is no compulsion for proposals for reform […]