We are back into Lockdown and while it is not quite as restrictive as last time, many local people will still need assistance with shopping, prescriptions and other supplies during this period. Here is the latest information for local residents during this time.
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Over the last few decades as traffic and number of cars has increased dramatically in all cities, towns and villages, parking on or half on pavements has become common practice.
In August this year, The Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government launched a consultation period for its White Paper – Planning for the Future, which proposes a fundamental and wide-reaching reform of the current planning process in England.
The Consultation period has now ended and Limpsfield Parish Council has submitted its response to the proposed reforms…
We are very happy to report that following previous communication about the implementation of an Appraisal and Management Plan for the Limpsfield Village Conservation Area, this project is now underway.
Please be aware that the railway crossing section of footpath 68 in Limpsfield, that runs from Grants Lane through the fields and out near Orchard Farm at Red Lane, will be closed until 30 November 2020 for repairs to the bridge.
Surrey County Council advise the use of the adjacent footpath 67 instead. This runs from Grants Lane just opposite Itchingwood Common Road to Red Lane.
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Please find following an update from the National Trust on the “Animal Houses” at Ridland’s Grove, Limpsfield Common, regarding a temporary closure of some of the houses to the public…
As part of our ongoing campaign to help protect our most precious community assets and ensure they can continue to serve the community for years to come, Limpsfield’s Memorial Stores has now been officially registered as an Asset of Community Value.