Changes to Community Recycling Centres - 2017- Live Consultation Print E-mail
Written by County Councillor Eber A Kington   
Thursday, 29 June 2017 11:39

Cartoon car going to recycleSurrey County Council’s consultation on proposed changes to its Community Recycling Centre’s has gone live and will be closing on 7 August 2017. The changes will affect users of the Epsom Recycling Centre in Blenheim Road.

The link to the consultation and the online survey is

The following changes are proposed:

  1. Ending the free daily allowance of non-household waste
  2. Closing CRCs on two weekdays so all sites are open for five days a week
  3. Ensuring CRCs in Camberley and Farnham are only used by Surrey residents
  4. Permanent closure of four smaller CRCs – Bagshot, Cranleigh, Warlingham and Dorking
  5. Restricting users of vans, trailers and pick-ups to larger CRCs only


Hindu Temple Expansion Print E-mail
Saturday, 12 March 2016 13:00

Stoneleigh and Auriol Residents’ Association is very concerned about the planning application that has been submitted to expand the Sri Raja Rajeswari Amman Hindu Temple in Dell Lane Stoneleigh. We discussed the matter at our General Committee meeting on 12 February and voted unanimously to object to the application. Our Chairman, Natalie Rogers, formally lodged an objection on behalf of the Association on the Epsom and Ewell Borough Council planning website on 16 February.

It is clear that our position is strongly supported by residents and Stoneleigh Broadway traders: we have received many messages expressing deep concern about the planning application, which is scheduled to be discussed by the Council Planning Committee at the Town hall on 16 April.

If you wish to register your objection to the application please click on the ‘Make a Public Comment’ button on the Planning Application Page on the Epsom and Ewell Borough Council website.

We will also be discussing the matter at our Annual General Meeting this Friday 18 March at St. John’s Parish Centre by Stoneleigh Station. All members of the Association are invited to attend and doors open at 7.45pm.


Photo Call! Print E-mail
Written by Councillor Hannah Dalton   
Thursday, 07 January 2016 13:21

Saturday, 9 January, at 9.00am at Stoneleigh Station

Thank you to the many of you who have signed the Stoneleigh Station Step Free Access Petition: Stoneleigh Station - Step Free Access.

A photographer from the Epsom Guardian will be coming down to the station this Saturday, 9 January, at 9.00am to take photographs for the story they will be running on the campaign. Please come down to the station this Saturday to show your support for the campaign and be in the photos!

Annual General Meeting 2016 Print E-mail
Sunday, 28 February 2016 14:45

The 83rd ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING, to which all members of the Association are very warmly invited to attend, takes place on FRIDAY 18 MARCH 2016 from 8.00pm to 10.00pm at the Parish Centre, St. John’s Church, Station Approach, Stoneleigh. Doors open at 7.45pm.

Before the formal business of the meeting there will be two guest speakers: Inspector Jackie Elkins from Surrey Police and Jon Sharpe from Epsom and Ewell Borough Council who will be explaining planned changes to waste collection next year.


  1. President’s opening remarks
  2. Minutes of the Annual General Meeting held on 6 March 2015
  3. Matters arising therefrom
  4. Proposed changes to the constitution of the Association
  5. The Chairman’s Annual Report
  6. Matters arising therefrom
  7. The Accounts
  8. Matters arising therefrom
  9. The Accounts of the Stoneleigh Charitable Trust
  10. Matters arising therefrom
  11. Election of Officers and Zone Representatives
  12. Any Other Business


You can download papers for the meeting here.

Paper copies will be avaible at the meeting.

Crossrail 2 Consultation Print E-mail
Written by Councillor Hannah Dalton   
Tuesday, 05 January 2016 11:25

Have you had your say on Crossrail 2? PLEASE READ and RESPOND if you live in the consultation area!

The Consultation for Crossrail 2 is due to close on Friday 8 January 2016 and if you are a resident of Stoneleigh and Auriol who uses the train services, especially to commute, please ensure you take a look and leave your feedback.

Many are making the assumption that Crossrail 2 will mean increased capacity, a more regular service both peak and off peak and another route to other parts of London. However that does not seem to be the intention in the information posted as part of the consultation online.

If you refer to the 'Crossrail 2 fact sheet - Services between Worcester Park and Epsom' on page 1 there is a table showing the number of trains to Waterloo and of which will be Crossrail 2 services. The information seems to imply that there will no longer be trains running directly to Waterloo so people will have to change at either Raynes Park, Wimbledon or Clapham Junction for Vauxhall and Waterloo services. This will also to be the case with other regional branches. Whether these stations could cope with the extra capacity should be questioned.

Please click on the link below to review for the next stage of the Crossrail 2 consultations and the attached documents relating to the proposed scheme and Epsom branch, and leave your feedback before the deadline:


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