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    New bus service providers are taking over the routes through Cobham from January. The 513 will continue and a new service, the 715, will replace the 515. More details on our Hot Topics page. (Nov 2016)


    Works are scheduled in Stoke Road, Stoke D’Abernon for 29th November-5th December. Work in Stoke Road to repair the gas leak near The Tilt should have finished before this. (Nov 2016)  






    The Police and Crime Commissioner is inviting people across Surrey to fill in a short online survey on whether or not they would support a proposed 1.99% increase in the policing element of the council tax for 2017/18 (about £4.31 p.a. for a 'Band D' property). Go to Survey to take part. (Nov 2016)


    Earlier items of news can be found under the News tab on this website.  Current major news items are on our Hot Topics page.

Hot Topics

Here are some of the bigger items of concern just now. To find out more about them go to our Hot Topics page. 

  • Elmbridge Green Belt Review - Consultation expected in Jan & Feb 2017 about the proposal to remove 3 areas from the Green Belt, 2 of them in Cobham & Stoke D'Abernon. The consultation is subject to Full Council approval on 7th Dec.
  • Changes to Bus Services - Plans have been announced for new routes and timetables from the start of 2017.
  • Cobham Free School premises  - A copy of our Chairman's email to members about this can be found here.
  • Re-development of 1-7 Holly Parade, High Street, Cobham - Application 2016/2185. Currently under consideration by the Planning Officer. Target date for a decision by the Planning committee is now 19th January. Before this the South Area Planning Sub-Committee is expected to consider the application at a meeting in December.
  • Former Wisley Airfield Planning Application - Refused by Guildford Borough Council on 6th April but in October the applicant appealed against the decision.  The site is still in their draft Local Plan and a public consultation on this Plan closed 18th July.
About Cobham & Downside Residents' Association

CDRA is a voluntary, non-political organisation working on behalf of the residents of Cobham and Downside. The aim of the association is to ensure that residents have a strong meaningful voice on matters that have an impact on their community.

If you would like to help us make a difference, we are always looking for enthusiastic local residents to join our committee.  Get in touch to find out what this would involve.  Our contact details are near the top right hand side of this screen.

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