Tell us what you would like from your local community centre 

Published on Friday, 12th February 2021

What could your local community centre offer to meet your needs and others in your community?

Residents and visitors asked their views on the borough’s dog control Public Space Protection Orders (PSPO)

Published on Thursday, 27th August 2020

Residents and visitors are being asked to share their views on the renewing of Public Space Protection Orders (PSPO) used to control the behaviour of dogs in the borough’s parks and green spaces.

How would you like to see your local area improved?

Published on Monday, 16th September 2019

Residents, businesses and local community groups are being asked to share their views on how money raised from new developments could be spent to improve their local area.

Public consultation on local plan changes kicks off

Published on Monday, 11th March 2019

A six-week public consultation on proposed changes to the Council’s Development Management Plan (DMP) is underway.

Have your say on Surrey County Council's consultations

Published on Tuesday, 20th November 2018

Over the next year the county council needs to save £85m which means they need to make changes to some services.They have launched a series of consultations and want your views by 4 January 2019.

Political map of Reigate and Banstead set to change 

Published on Tuesday, 30th January 2018

The independent Local Government Boundary Commission for England is asking local people for their help to draw up a new pattern of council wards for Reigate and Banstead Borough Council. 

Tell us your views on Council Tax reduction scheme

Published on Monday, 19th September 2016

The Council is consulting on its proposed Council Tax reduction scheme for 2017/18 and is asking claimants and other residents for their views.

Tell us your views on Council Tax reduction scheme

Published on Friday, 28th August 2015

We are consulting on our proposed Council Tax reduction scheme for 2016/17 and are asking claimants and other residents’ for their views on the scheme. Have your say.