WELCOME to the website for Chobham Parish Council and the Chobham Recreation Ground Charitable Trust.
You will find information here about the community of Chobham and Valley End and the work of the Council and the Trust in looking after the village and its amenities.
Chobham people are proud of history of the village and its continuing sense of community. Chobham was mentioned in the Domesday Book of 1086 and its story long predates that. Today we are part of the modern borough of Surrey Heath.
There are nine elected parish councillors. Their monthly council meeting and committee meetings usually take place in the Parish Pavilion at the Recreation Ground and are open to the public.
ANNUAL GOVERNANCE & ACCOUNTABILITY RETURN 2018/19
Notice of conclusion of audit 2018/9, see here
Certified Annual Governance and Accounting Statements 2018/19, see here
CHOBHAM PARISH COUNCIL AND FAIROAKS
Chobham Parish Council sent an expanded LETTER of objection to Surrey Heath and Runnymede Borough Councils in respect of the planning application for Fairoaks Airport. It has also been noted that Surrey Heath Borough Council has agreed a further time extension for determination of the application until 15th November 2019 and re-consultation of application revisions is likely to follow. The Parish Council will consider any additional or replacement material and may submit further representation in due course.”
Fairoaks Garden Village Ltd has a public exhibition of its proposals on Thursday 19 September and Friday 20 September 2019, 3pm and 8pm at the airport.
REPORT A POTHOLE
Potholes can be reported to Surrey County Council - for contact details, see our highways information page.
Planning meeting | Tuesday 17th September
Chobham Recreation Ground Trust | Thursday 24th September
Chobham Parish Council | Thursday 26th September
Full 2019 calendar of meetings
Meetings are at Chobham Parish Pavilion, Recreation Ground, Station Road, GU24 8AJ 7.30pm (unless otherwise indicated)
View the agendas (from three working days before the meetings) and minutes of previous meetings
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