Nikki Barton – Independent councillor for Surrey County Council (Haslemere Ward) and Haslemere Town Council (Haslemere South Ward). Serving community interests and not political interests. Haslemere first.
Thank you for your enquiry reported on 12 Jul 2019 09:20 which has been logged as follows:
Reference number: ME-687134 Location: COLLEGE HILL, HASLEMERE Details: Carriageway Defect – Loose material (a copy of the original enquiry can be found at the very bottom of this email)
Just to confirm I have spoken to Waverley Borough Council’s Environmental Services Team to request that they send out a road sweeper to deal with the loose material deposits on College Hill, Haslemere, as per photographs attached.
In September 2015, Waverley’s Local Area Committee agreed to proceed with formalising the public footpath that leads from the High Street (next to Lloyds Bank) and goes up to College Hill. Here are the committee papers for that decision. The footpath had been blocked by a local property developer, to the anger of residents. The developer appealed the decision.
In December 2016, a decision was made for a Map Modification Order – Footpath 604 Haslemere, meaning the developer had to open up access again. This decision followed a public inquiry held at Haslemere Museum, with representation from Surrey Council Council, The Haslemere Society, The Half Moon Estate Residents’ Association and many residents. More here.
For a long while residents have campaigned to have signage on the footpath.