Local Plan Timetable Update

​Following a meeting of the Cabinet on 24th ​September, Mole Valley District Council has now published an updated Local Development Scheme (LDS) that sets out the timetable for the preparation of the New Local Plan. The next consultation will take place between 3rd February and 16th March 2020. Full details of the Regulation 18 public […]

Waste / Dog Poo Bins Not Being Emptied

The BRA has complained to Leader of Mole Valley  District Council, Stephen Cooksey,  about village waste/dog poo bins not being regularly emptied and overflowing. Mr Cooksey is fully aware of this and is meeting with the contractor in the next few days to seek a remedy. He agreed it was unacceptable. Peter Seaward, BRA Chairman […]

Mole Valley District Council’s Local Plan (2018 -2033): Implications for Bookham

(10th Sept update – MVDC postponement) Mole Valley District Council are reaching the end of their work on the next Local Plan. Called “Future Mole Valley” a policy (once completed) sets out plans for development across Mole Valley for the period 2018-2033, includes targets for delivering new homes, identify locations for development and sets out […]

Surrey County Council – Temporary Traffic Restrictions on Church Road

We have received the following notification from Surrey County Council: NOTICE THE SURREY COUNTY COUNCILCHURCH ROAD (D2536) BOOKHAMTEMPORARY PROHIBITION OF TRAFFIC ORDER 2019 SURREY COUNTY COUNCIL PROPOSE TO MAKE the above mentioned Temporary Traffic Order under Section 14(1) of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984, the effect of which will be to temporarily prohibit vehicles […]

This Week’s 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. Click here for this week’s applications

New Boundary Signs for Great and Little Bookham

A BRA initiative has been to identify the boundary between Great Bookham and Little Bookham. Instigated by Little Bookham resident Grant Woodham, Grant liaised with Surrey County Council to ensure that the new signs complied with Highways requirements and then arranged for their manufacture. Once the boundary was correctly identified a local contractor was employed […]