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Work has now started on the Runnymede Roundabout in Egham situated at the junction of the A30, Egham By-pass, A308 the Causeway and next to the junction 13 of the M25 Egham.

 

As you can imagine this is one of the busiest junctions in Surrey.

 

Work began on improving this junction for vehicle, pedestrian and cyclists at the beginning of July 2017, the construction work is believe to continue until March 2018

 

For more information on the planned improvements, the newsletter, plans and how to keep up to date please visit 

 

https://www.surreycc.gov.uk/roads-and-transport/road-maintenance-and-cleaning/our-major-maintenance-projects/a30-runnymede-roundabout-egham-improvement-scheme

Only one year remains to allocate £800,000 worth of grant funding for rural businesses, communities, farmers and Foresters in Rural Surrey.

 

Rural Surrey Leader is calling all those who are eligible for funding to apply. Applications need to be completed by the end of 2018

 

Read more on our bulletin page

Rural Surrey Leader Grant Funding 

Rural Surrey leader

Apprenticeships Work!

 

Find out how apprenticeships can help you recruit new and retain existing staff!

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Breakfast Forum, Thursday 18th January 2018

Budget Proposals, Business Rates and Breakfast’

Business Bulletin Edition 5

You are invited to come along to our next free breakfast forum meeting, on Thursday 18 January at 7.45am, hosted by Runnymede Borough Council to update local businesses on their regeneration strategy, consult and update on their 2018-19 budget proposals and the business rates bills for next year.  The Chief Executive, Paul Turrell, will give an overview on what the budget will be funding and the direction of travel etc.

 

The meeting will be held in the Council Chamber in the Civic Centre, Addlestone. The speakers will include the Leader of the Council, Councillor Nick Prescot, Paul Turrell, Chief Executive and Peter McKenzie, Corporate Head of Resources.

 

Your views are essential to the process.

Your questions and comments will be welcome during the Q & A session or after the meeting, when staff from the Runnymede finance team will be on hand.

After the business meeting finishes, there will also be a 5 minute introduction to how the Council purchasing system works and how businesses can register.  Staff will be on hand afterwards to give full details and information sheets.  

 

Book your place now!

Ensure that you don’t miss the opportunity to have your say on the Council’s proposed financial plans for 2018-19.  As usual, priority will be given to businesses based in Runnymede, and will be on a first-come-first-served basis.

 

To reserve a place now email joanna.swatridge@runnymede.gov.uk 

please give your full name, job title and name of organisation*,

by Tuesday 9 January.  

Confirmation and directions will be emailed in due course.

 (*This is essential to ensure that your details on the delegate list and your name badge are correct.)

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