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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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Consultation on Community Recycling Centres

Earlier this week, Surrey County Council announced it is holding a consultation to save up to £2 million-a-year from community recycling centres while maintaining a high quality service at a time of unprecedented financial pressure. Full details can be found here: Surrey County Council plans to save £2m per year from Community Recycling Centres

I would like to encourage as many residents as possible to respond to the consultation which is open until 7th August 2017 and can be found here: Have your say on Community Recycling Centres

This morning, Cllr Mike Goodman, Surrey County Council’s Cabinet Member for Environment and Planning, appeared on BBC Radio Surrey to explain why the Council is consulting and the position of the Conservative Group at Surrey County Council. You can listen to that interview here: Cllr Mike Goodman on BBC Surrey in response to Community Recycling Centres Consultation

If you have any views you wish to share with me on this issue, please do get in touch.

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Meet your councillors Drop In at the Deepcut Village Centre - Tomorrow from 7pm to 8pm

One of my campaign pledges was to hold face to face drop in sessions so I decided to take that one step further and invite all your other local elected representatives.

The event is tomorrow evening at the Deepcut Village Centre between 7pm and 8pm.

If you have any elderly neighbours please do offer to bring them along as they may welcome an opportunity to engage with me and their other elected representatives.

At future events I intend to invite our MP too.

Hope to see you tomorrow night.

Mytchett Place Road Closure for Carriageway Resurfacing Works - From Monday 19th June for Approx 2 Days

Carriageway resurfacing works are due to get underway on Mytchett Place Road From Monday 19th June for approximately 2 Days which will of course cause some disruption to residents in that area.

For full details of the works you can download the leaflet from Surrey County Council here: Mytchett Place Road Resurfacing Works

Michael Gove MP

I expect most people will already be aware of the election result in Surrey Heath. Michael Gove was elected MP with a huge majority which was increased by a significant amount.

For the full details of the Surrey Heath Constituency results visit -

I was at the count and you can watch the declaration here.

Michael has been a great MP for Surrey Heath and I look forward to working with him again.

Newfoundland Road and Cyprus Road will be closed - Deepcut

As part of the ongoing Deepcut Barracks / Mindenhurst Development infrastructure construction works, from the 12th June 2017 the junction of Newfoundland Road and Cyprus Road will be closed for approximately 4 weeks. Access to Alma Road, Dettingen Road, Malta Road, Canada Road, Union Road, Normandy Close and Newfoundland Road will only be from the north of the estate via Minorca Road. Access to the RLC Museum and RLC HQ will only be via Deepcut Bridge Road.

The closure allows for the connection of a 6m deep foul water sewer at this junction.

The diversion route will be signposted as shown on the plan which can be down loaded here.

Users of the Garrison Community Centre and Portesbery School should pay particular note.

Feedback on the proposed Meadows gyratory improvements

A survey to gather feedback on the proposed Meadows gyratory improvements has gone live on the 'Surrey Says' website for 8 weeks (link below).

Please forward this link to anyone you feel may wish to provide comments.

Surrey Police need our help to locate missing local person

This afternoon I have received a huge amount of communication from concerned residents owing to the large police presence currently in Deepcut which is due to a missing person.

More details can be found here including an image of the missing person, but if you see him please call Surrey Police on 999 immediately -

Meet Michael Gove and get your questions answered ahead of the General Election

My good friend Michael Gove will be holding two events where you can meet him and get any of your burning questions answered ahead of the General Election on 8th June 2017.

The events are as follows:

The Kings Arms Hungry Horse Public House, 42 High Street, Bagshot, GU19 5AZ ( 5th June 2017 8pm - 9.30pm )

Church of St Lawrence, High Street, Chobham, GU24 8AA ( 6th June 2017 7.30pm - 9.30pm )

Likely Disruption - Deepcut Development

While I don't have exact dates for when these works will take place, the new Roundabout and pavements on Deepcut Bridge Road is scheduled between 22nd May 2017 and 23rd June 2017. Southern Electric are also scheduled to install a new high voltage supply Connection to the new development during the same time frame.

If there are any changes to these works I will do my best to let everyone know.

My Meeting with Local Highways Department

This morning I had a meeting at the Highways Depot in Bagshot with a senior Highways officer which was in part an induction for me in order for me to be briefed on the most effective ways to get highways related matters raised by you addressed in the most efficient way.

The meeting was also to get specific matters addressed that have been brought to my attention since being elected to the county council in early May.

I am glad to report that the meeting was very useful and I will be contacting those residents who have brought highways related issues to my attention, to advise on the outcome of their specific concerns.

If I can remind residents that if you spot something in the community that needs to be reported to the Highways team (such as pot holes or damaged street furniture) the 'Report It' feature on the Surrey County Council web site is very easy to use and a great way to get these issues resolved quickly. Just go to and click/tap the "Report it' tab.