A plan to fill in Covers Farm Quarry in Westerham could see up to one hundred additional heavy lorries a day coming through Warlingham Green over 5 years. This would cause appalling disruption and highway safety issues and is unacceptable for our village.

The Parish Council has written to Kent County Council to express its gravest concerns. We have requested that Warlingham receives the same protection from HGV traffic that has already been given by Kent to Westerham, Brasted and Sundridge. We are also asking East Surrey MP, Claire Coutinho to use her influence to support our request.

Anyone interested can find full details of what’s planned for Covers Farm on Kent County Council’s website – Planning Application https://www.kentplanningapplications.co.uk/Planning/Display/KCC/SE/0495/2018

Warlingham Parish Council Council reports potholes to Surrey County Council as soon as it becomes aware of them but, if you are concerened about potholes in the area, use the link available on the home page of this website to report the pothole directly to Surrey County Council.  Surrey's reporting page also provides information on how to report the pothole and, depending on the severity of the damage, the priority it will get in the repair programme.


The Parish Council has been working for some time on a project to improve and refurbish The Green. Last year a consultation was held on a design which was then amended to reflect residents’ comments. The main elements of the scheme are new road and pavement surfacing incorporating attractive paving, new crossings to enable pedestrians to reach the central Green from all three sides, improved drainage, new street furniture and planting.

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