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NEWS

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COMMUNITY COUNCIL NEXT MEETING

4 March 2024

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New Speed Limit Changes
 

New vehicle speed limits are rolling out across Peaslake. 

See map attached. 

SCC have confirmed that Franksfield will also reduce to 20 mph. 

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FAST BROADBAND - IT'S HERE!

Broadband for the Surrey Hills (B4SH) are connecting fast broadband to homes and businesses in Peaslake now. 

B4SH have connected Peaslake Village Hall to their broadband service free of charge to benefit the community and played a major role in helping Peaslake Fair raise more money for charity by enabling card payments through their wifi. 

The Hurtwood Inn is connected. If you want to check out the exceptionally fast broadband speeds, wifi is available free for customers to use. 

Roll out to homes in Ewhurst Road south and west, Wonham Way completed; crossing Ewhurst Road to link up the east side, Radnor Road and Plaws Hill.  Connections coming to Peaslake Lane, Hazel Hall and Pond Lane. Discussions underway in Crest Hill, Sweet Lane and Fulvens. 

Weekly meetings with B4SH team in the Hurtwood every Wednesday at 18.30 when you can ask specific questions. 

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FUTURE USE OF PEASLAKE  FARM FIELDS

108 Residents completed survey forms on the future use of Peaslake Farm field.

Click on the button below to read the results.

Shere Parish Council are considering a proposal that delivers on community wishes. The majority of the fields will be given over to dairy farming. A section of the land will be available for a community garden and orchard. The fields will continue to look much as they do now. The proposal includes actions to enhance wildlife and bio-diversity.

 A presentation on the proposal will be made at the Community Council on

4 March 2024 

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PEASLAKE FARM HOUSING DEVELOPMENT

Greenoak Housing Association who are developing the affordable home site have merged with a larger Housing Association called Stonewater. 

See the latest update on the development at Shere Parish Council website

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