Consultation hub

Welcome to Surrey Says. This site will help you find and participate in consultations that interest you in Surrey. Open, forthcoming and recently closed consultations are displayed below. Alternatively, search for consultations by keyword, postcode or interest. Our 'We Asked, You Said, We Did' section below highlights main findings from some closed consultations and also what happened as a result of the consultation.

Open consultations

  • Dementia Strategy Survey

    People with dementia, their unpaid carers and families have told us what is working well and where we need to improve our service offer. This draft strategy has been brought together by the dementia strategy action board in Surrey, which includes unpaid carers of people with dementia... More

    Closes today

  • Renfree Way, Shepperton - 30mph Speed Limit Proposal

    Thank you for your interest in our 30mph Speed Limit proposals in Renfree Way, Shepperton. The legislation we must follow before introducing this scheme means that we need to allow objections and comments from the public to be considered before a final decision is reached about whether... More

    Closes today

  • Community Energy in Surrey

    Community energy is about people coming together to generate, own, manage or reduce consumption of energy. Community-owned low carbon and renewable energy projects focus on local engagement, local leadership and control, and the local community benefitting collectively from the projects. ... More

    Closes 28 January 2022

  • Worple Road, Staines - Traffic Calming Proposal

    Thank you for your interest in our Traffic Calming proposals in Worple Road, Staines-Upon-Thames. The legislation we must follow before introducing this scheme means that we need to allow objections and comments from the public to be considered before a final decision is reached about... More

    Closes 28 January 2022

  • A244 Esher Road - Pedestrian and Active Travel Improvements

    On 25 June 2020, Surrey County Council was granted funding by the government to implement emergency schemes to promote alternative ways to travel such as walking and cycling. The Government’s Active Travel Scheme provided an opportunity to deliver a scheme on the A244 Esher Road. The... More

    Closes 31 January 2022

Closed consultations

  • Proposal to expand Manor Mead School & change school designation from a single designation of SLD to a dual designation of SLD and ASD

    Surrey County Council and The Federation of Manor Mead and Walton Leigh Schools are proposing that Manor Mead School will expand by 60 places, from 83 places to 143 places. It is also proposed that the school will change from a single designation of Severe Learning Difficulties (SLD) to... More

    Closed 14 January 2022

  • Chertsey Road, Ashford, Traffic Calming Proposals

    Thank you for your interest in our Traffic Calming proposals in Chertsey Road, Ashford. The legislation we must follow before introducing this scheme means that we need to allow objections and comments from the public to be considered before a final decision is reached about whether or... More

    Closed 14 January 2022

  • Crowhurst Road, Crowhurst speed limit proposal

    Thank you for your interest in our speed limit proposals in Crowhurst Road, Crowhurst. The legislation we must follow before introducing this scheme means that we need to allow objections and comments from the public to be considered before a final decision is reached about whether or... More

    Closed 13 January 2022

  • Draft Budget 2022-23 Survey

    Thank you for choosing to take part in this consultation on Surrey County Council’s draft budget for the 2022 – 2023 financial year. This survey will take no more than 20 minutes to complete. You will be asked to share your thoughts on key proposals in the budget and the... More

    Closed 7 January 2022

  • Oriental Road Woking - Puffin Pedestrian Crossing

    Thank you for your interest in our Puffin Pedestrian Crossing proposals in Oriental Road Woking. The legislation we must follow before introducing this scheme means that we need to allow objections and comments from the public to be considered before a final decision is reached about... More

    Closed 6 January 2022

We Asked, You Said, We Did

Here are some of the issues we have consulted on and their outcomes. See all outcomes

We asked

Do you agree or disagree with the proposal for additional lighting, widening the path and creating a new surface on Dagley Lane as part of a proposed active travel scheme?

You said

Analysis of the results showed very little support for additional lighting, widening the path or adding a tarmac surface to Dagley Lane. Many residents were keen to keep Dagley Lane as natural as possible and there were concerns around disrupting the local wildlife. However, there was support for improving the surface of the path to improve accessibility, particularly at certain points where there are steps or excess mud. 

We did

We have revised our proposals, removing additional lighting and a tarmac surface from plans. We will instead now use a gravel type surface that is more in keeping with the rural nature of Dagley Lane. The path will no longer be widened but some essential cutting back of areas that are very overgrown will take place. We will continue to work closely with Surrey Wildlife Trust who will assist us with delivering the scheme with minimal disruption to the environment.

 

We asked

Do you agree with the proposal to expand St Peter and St Paul Church of England Infant School from September 2022? 

You said

There were 230 responses to the consultation. Respondents were asked “Do you agree with the proposal to expand St Peter and St Paul CE Infant School from September 2022?” and were given the option to select Agree, Disagree or Don’t know. In total out of all the responses 89.13% agreed, 8.7% disagree and 2.17% don’t know.

We did

The Cabinet Member for Education and Learning has given approval of the Statutory Notice, and the education proposal to expand and change the age range of St Peter and St Paul Church of England Infant School from September 2022. 

A permanent planning application for the expansion will be pursued and determined in accordance with relevant planning legislation.

We asked

 

Do you agree with the proposal to expand St Andrew's Catholic School?

 

 

You said

A total of 601 responses were received and analysed.  Of the 601 responses, 96.5% agreed with the proposal, 3.16% disagreed with the proposal and 0.33% did not know or offer a position.

We did

We will now approach the Lead Cabinet Member for approval of the proposal to expand St Andrew's Catholic School.