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Extension of Licensing for Landlords and Letting Agents
Guildford Community Lottery - get involved
West Horsley Neighbourhood Plan - consulting you
Great step forward for local democracy as Guildford Joint Committee established
Council adopts East Horsley Neighbourhood Plan
Another great year for Guildford's parks and green spaces
Travellers at Bellfields Green
Green light for infrastructure improvements and community bike scheme
Future £8.5 million budget gap means more savings and local investment
Travellers at Shalford Park
Local Plan hearings finish - more opportunities to shape our borough's future
LGiU's annual Councillor Achievement Awards 2018
Now in their ninth year, the LGiU awards are the only awards to celebrate the important work of councillors across England. If you would like to nominate a councillor please visit the LGiU website and make your nomination. Nominations can be made by councillors, officers, MPs, residents or other stakeholders - but councillors may not nominate themselves. Categories include; Community Champion, Finance and Transformation Award, Health Care Award, Leader of the Year, Place-shaping and Environment Award, Technology and Digital Award and Young Councillor of the Year. The closing date is 14 September and the winners will be announced on 6 November.
Published on Friday 6 July.
Travellers on Shalford Common
Tunsgate improvements complete
Guildford celebrates sporting success
Guildford in Bloom schools celebrate gardens from around the world
Armed Forces Day Flag Raising and Parade
Another step forward for Slyfield regeneration
Guildford's Library of Things Now Open
Changes to councillors on the Executive - June 2018
Traveller encampment update - Bellfields Green, Bannisters Field and Compton
Traveller encampment at Bannisters Field
Council Leader reacts to Wisley Airfield planning appeal decision
Local Plan public hearings start for independent inspection
Protecting the food on your plate and eating out in Guildford
Tunsgate improvements to complete by June
Statement: Guildford maintains high standards
Councillor resigns from Conservative Group
Councillor Tony Rooth has resigned from the Conservative group on the Council to become an Independent Councillor. He has been a Borough Councillor for 15 years, representing Pilgrims ward and has held various appointments including Leader of the Council and being Lead Councillor for Housing and Social Welfare.
The political balance of the Council, which has 48 councillors, is now 33 Conservative, 9 Liberal Democrat, 3 Guildford Greenbelt Group, 2 Labour and 1 independent.
Published on Wednesday 23 May