Redhill to receive share of £1m in government funding for projects to improve safety

Published on Tuesday, 31st October 2023

Redhill is one of three communities in Surrey set to share nearly £1m in the latest round of the government’s Safer Streets funding.

Residents and visitors are asked for their views on dog control in the borough

Published on Tuesday, 29th August 2023

Reigate & Banstead Borough Council is seeking local people’s views on the public space protection orders (PSPOs) used to control the behaviour of dogs, particularly in its parks and green spaces.

Redhill’s Public Space Protection Order (PSPO) consultation and ASB Awareness Week

Published on Monday, 3rd July 2023

Reigate & Banstead Borough Council is asking residents and visitors to take part in its review of the Public Space Protection Order (PSPO) covering Redhill Town Centre.

Leader of Reigate & Banstead Borough Council, welcomes Ukrainians arriving in the Borough

Published on Friday, 25th March 2022

Ukrainians arriving in the Borough.

New Syrian recipe book captures best-loved recipes of families resettled in East Surrey

Published on Tuesday, 20th July 2021

A new Syrian recipe book, created during lockdown, has been published to capture some of the best-loved dishes of South-East Surrey’s Syrian community.

Public spaces protected from illegal encampments

Published on Monday, 15th July 2019

The High Court has granted Reigate & Banstead Borough Council a protective injunction to prevent illegal encampments on land it owns.

Modern slavery: Council launches hard-hitting campaign to raise awareness of a hidden crime

Published on Tuesday, 10th July 2018

Modern Slavery is a hidden crime - but the shocking truth is that victims of modern slavery can be found anywhere, even in the leafy towns and villages of Surrey.

Training to support survivors of domestic abuse

Published on Wednesday, 24th January 2018

Reigate & Banstead Borough Council, Tandridge District Council and East Surrey Domestic Abuse Services (ESDAS) have partnered Women’s Aid to promote training for residents, businesses and community members to help them spot the signs of domestic abuse and give the right response to survivors.