Do you think that speeding traffic has become dangerous or having an anti-social impact in Tandridge?
Would you like to take an active role in speed monitoring?
Would you be interested in forming a group?
A Speed Watch scheme requires a minimum of six volunteers who will be trained by police in the use of speed monitoring equipment, health and safety and how to manage enquiries by motorists and/or other members of the public.
If you are interested or have any comments or thoughts, do please contact the Clerk
30.4.21 - Updated:
Please note that the pre-patching works will begin at
Ray Lane, Lingfield on 7th May 2021.
For more information see our News Page
Tandridge Parish Council
Welcome to Tandridge Parish Council's website. Tandridge is a small rural parish in East Surrey approximately six miles long and rarely more than one mile wide. The village of Tandridge is the largest of several groups of houses in the parish and stretches from St Peter’s Church, with its famous yew tree, down past the forge and the Barley Mow public house and restaurant down to St Peter’s C of E Infant School and continues past The Griffin up to the Red Barn and includes the houses around Ardenrun. The village includes small ‘hamlets’ such as Chathill and Crowhurst Lane End.
The parish lies within the Green Belt and the majority of the parish is still used for agriculture.
Our aim is to increase our links with the local community and keep parishioners informed about the work of the Parish Council. If you cannot find the information you are looking for please contact the Clerk Clare Kennedy on 01342 604 338 or email email@example.com
The Parish Council generally meets on the first Tuesday of each month, with the exception of August when there is no Parish Council meeting. For other meetings or changes to scheduled meetings please see the Calendar.
What do we do?
The Parish Council's duties include:
- Reviewing and commenting on planning applications within the parish
- Liaising with relevant authorities regarding infrastructure / policing/ community issues to represent your views and get the best advantage for the local area
- Engaging with all interested parties regarding current and future shape of life in the local area
Who are we?
- The Parish has Councillors who are elected by the residents every four years. For more information on your Councillors click here
When we meet
- For more details on the dates, times and venue of Council meetings, please click here.