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Paul Deach represents Mytchett & Deepcut residents at Surrey Heath Borough Council and Mytchett, Frimley Green and Deepcut residents at Surrey County Council. Join his email list which will be used to keep the residents he represents informed of all important local matters via email.

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Surrey Heath Neighbourhood Watch Facebook Page

The Surrey Heath Neighbourhood Watch Group have a very active facebook group managed by my good friend Emma Bagnell in West End. Emma keeps the group regularly updated with relevant local information. Join this excellent facebook group by searching "Surrey Heath Neighbourhood Watch".

Sturt Road, Frimley Green Update - 15th August 2017

This morning I have received an update from South East Water on their work to reinstate the road surface following a burst water main on Sturt Road, Frimley Green.

Traffic lights are still in place to keep traffic flowing along Sturt Road. They will need to close the road on Thursday (17 August) to complete the repair.

This road closure will be lifted by 6am on Friday morning (18 August).

New Play Area - Alma Gardens Deepcut

Yesturday I visited the Garrison Community Centre at the invitation of Army Welfare Services who facilitated an event to display the plans for the new play area at Alma Gardens, Deepcut. This are forms part of the Service Families Area (or Married Quarters) which is where the military families live.

The play area there is in desperate need of a refresh so the plans on display will be very welcome news to families in the Deepcut area.

There were two sets of plans on display and visitors to the exhibition were asked to vote on which one they liked the best.

The event facilitators advised me that the funding for the play area has come from the Armed Forces Covenant.

I took an expert in the field of play areas with me to advise me. My 10 year old daughter Izzy.

This morning I posted pictures of the exhibition on my facebook page.

Sturt Road Closure Update - One Lane Open with 2 way Traffic Lights

As anticipated, Sturt Road is now open following the burst water main yesturday.

There is a 2 way traffic light system in place in order that the works can continue while keeping local disruption to a minimum.

While the highways team have not said so, I anticipate the road will close again (Just based on what happened last time) for a day while they resurface. I will advise residents if and when that is the case.

Sturt Road Closure Update - Video

I visited this site this morning and spoken to contractors who have advised me the road will be open tomorrow with a way traffic light system. Obviously that is subject to change but that is the plan.

This is my video update: Sturt Road Closure Update - 8th August 2017

If I get any other information I will of course let everyone know.

Sturt Road Emergancy Road Closure - Burst Watermain

I have been informed by SCC Highways that an emergency road closure at Sturt Rd, Frimley Green has been put in place. This is under the railway line. Surrey Police have closed it due to a burst water main.

Unfortunately I do not have any further information at this time but I have asked the local highways team to keep me informed so that I can regularly update residents.

Have your say on the future of our Community Recycling Centres

Surrey County Council are consulting on the future of our Community Recycling Centres (CRC's) which will affect all of us.

Responses to the consultation must be received by Surrey County Council by no later than Monday 7th August 2017 so time is fast running out.

You can find details here on the proposals and how to respond to the consultation: Surrey County Council Consultation on CRC's

Wings and Wheels Tickets up for grabs

I know this is not related to my council work, but there are a huge amount of families that subscribe to this email list and as it is the summer holidays I thought I would point families to the Surrey Residents Network facebook page to the pinned post at the top.

You have to be in it to win it.

Frimley Green Traffic Lights - Update

The Traffic Lights proposals as a result of the Deepcut development frustrations are still rumbling on.

A meeting was set up and one of the attendees was Michael Gove MP but then the General Election was called and council officers decided that due to purdah rules council officers would not be able to participate in the meeting. As they were a fundamental part of the proceedings it was decided to call off the meeting which would be rescheduled at a later date.

I was tasked with setting up that meeting which has proved incredibly difficult to arrange. This is mainly due to the seniority and exceptionally busy schedules of the attendees but yesturday I finally managed to nail down the essential attendees and a date has been set in October.

As soon as we have had the meeting I will update via this email list and my facebook page as to the outcome.

Mindenhurst / Princess Royal Barracks Development Disruptions

I have received the following update from developers on site works at the Mindenhurst Development:

  • Newfoundland Road closure will remain in place for electrical ducting works until Friday 11th August, please continue to follow the sign posted diversion. Newfoundland Road will reopen on Monday 14th August but will be closed at the junction with Canada Road. The deep drainage works in the vicinity of the military housing will conclude Friday 25th August with all roads re-opening
  • Construction of the northern access roundabout on Deepcut Bridge Road junction Newfoundland Road commenced on the Monday 31stJuly, there will be temporary traffic lights for a BT cable diversion from Monday 14th August;
  • Construction of two temporary car parks for the MOD on Brunswick Road commenced on Monday 24th July, construction traffic will be turning into Brunswick Road from Deepcut Bridge Road on an infrequent basis
  • Works to modify the car parking around the RLC museum and RLC HQ will be complete Wednesday 16th August;
  • Asbestos removal commenced in a number of vacant buildings on Newfoundland Road on Monday 31st July, these works will have no impact on the general public.