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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 



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

Consultation: Future of rail services into London


Direct trains from Addlestone and Chertsey to central London could be a thing of the past as operator South Western Railways launches its new timetable consultation.


The franchise holder, which took over from South West Trains this year, is looking to stop direct trains from Addlestone and Chertsey into London Waterloo and vice versa.


Direct trains from these stations are currently offered as part of the Weybridge-London Waterloo service.  However, under the new proposals, passengers from Addlestone and Chertsey who want to travel to London Waterloo will first need to get on a half-hourly train shuttle service to Virginia Water or Weybridge before connecting to a London Waterloo service.


The timetabling of the proposed shuttle has yet to be confirmed.


The hourly Sunday service from Staines to Weybridge would be maintained, operating to/from Woking in the morning as it does now, the consultation document said.


The new timetable is intended to come into effect on Sunday, 9 December, 2018


Runnymede residents can have their say on the plans until Friday, 22 December 2017


If you would like to respond to the consultation, or have any issues that need to be addressed, please respond via email to timetable.feedback@swrailway.com


Ensure all comments are with South Western Railways no later than Friday, 22 December 2017.


A special consultation event is also being held on Monday, 27 November, from 4.30pm to 7.30pm at Egham railway station.


Other key points to note:


Currently the first train from Weybridge into the capital via Staines ( serving Addlestone, Chertsey, Virginia Water and Egham) leaves at 6.32am. This would also end under the new plans.


SWR hopes to reintroduce an all-day semi-fast service, Mondays to Saturdays on the Hounslow Loop, calling only at Vauxhall, Clapham Junction, Putney, Brentford and Hounslow. This would maintain connectivity from the Hounslow Loop to Feltham and Staines while also improving journey times, from Hounslow and Brentford to London, by up to seven minutes.


Rail users on that route would also benefit from earlier and later trains and an increase in off-peak Windsor Lines services from 12 trains per hour to 16.


To read the consultation document visit: Future of SWR rail services


Over the last 6 months the EM3 Local Enterprise Partnership have been looking afresh at our local economy and talking to partners about their views on what our future priorities should be.


They now want to consult more widely to continue this debate, set priorities and identify projects that can deliver for our area.

rowth to 2030.


Further details of the consultation can be found here   Read more about the Strategic Economic plan here

Join the dialogue & have your say on the region’s future Strategic Economic Plan

 deadline 17:30 on Monday 11 December 2017