Delivering Change in Horley Town Centre
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3. Horley High Street and subway improvements
The Council is proposing improvements to Horley High Street and subway so that they better serve local people, are more welcoming and to help boost the local economy.
In the spring, we asked residents, shoppers and businesses for feedback on some initial design ideas (or principles). We also wanted to better understand how people use the town centre, before developing our plans further.
We are now sharing how the plans are shaping up as a result of what people told us.
You can also view the plans at Horley Library in Russell Square, Victoria Road, Horley RH6 7QH until 12 September 2022.
If you have any additional suggestions or comments, please email: HorleyTownCentre@reigate-banstead.gov.uk
Engagement summary report – spring 2022
Thank you to everyone who took part in our first stage of engagement in spring 2022. We received almost 400 responses.
We have reviewed and summarised the findings into a report, which you can read below.
Since we undertook the survey we have also:
- updated traffic and parking surveys
- looked how any proposals would affect existing junctions and neighbouring streets
- been speaking to key stakeholders like Horley Town Council and Horley Town Management Group
- worked with Surrey County Council to review the findings of the Reimagining Horley visioning work to ensure that the outcomes and priorities are integrated with our proposals.
Initial proposals – spring 2022
The consultation ran from 21 February to 14 March. Proposals were on display online and at Horley Library, along with opportunities to ‘meet the team’ in Horley precinct to find out more.
What happen's next
We are working with a design team to develop more detailed proposals over the summer (2022) and we aim to consult again on the these in the autumn (2022).
Other engagement - Re-imagining Horley
Engagement on our High Street and subway plans builds on the recent conversations with residents and local stakeholders to develop a community-led vision for Horley that reflects the aspirations of the local community. The engagement, carried out by “thinkingplace” on behalf of the local authorities in the area, took place between December 2021 and February 2022.