Many residents will be aware that the amount of parking enforcement activity around Warlingham Green and our schools is very limited, as there are only two parking wardens for the whole of the Tandridge District. As a result local councillors often receive complaints of cars being parked all day at The Green, where the waiting period is limited to an hour, and of dangerous parking on yellow lines near the schools.

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Readers may recall that the Parish Council has set up a working group including local shopkeepers to work with a local architect to produce a plan for improving the Green which as far as possible meets the Group’s Brief of the improvements required, which include slowing down traffic, better access to the central grassed area, improved drainage, and more attractive seating and lighting, whilst maintaining the ring of trees and number of parking spaces.

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One of the core aims of the Parish Council is to work to protect and improve the appearance of Warlingham, and for this reason “Warlingham Appearance” appears on every Council agenda.  The last month has been particularly notable in this area with improvements made to School Common, Hamsey Green Recreation Ground and the path from Church Lane to Mint Walk.

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The next meeting of the Parish Council will be on Wednesday 10 January at 7.30 in Warlingham Library.

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