1. Woodfield Lane Consultation

    Last Friday Surrey Highways had a consultation at Ashtead Peace Memorial Hall for all Ashtead residents concerning 3 options suggested for the tree-lined avenue of Woodfield Lane down to the level crossing at Ashtead Station.
    We would like to sincerely thank all the residents, over 600, that visited that day in very poor weather, and gave their views and comments on the options put forward. Consultation letters were sent to all residents and the closing date for receipt of those is the end of October – although any views received slightly later will of course be considered.
    Surrey Highways will then take on board all views/comments and prepare a detailed report for our Local Committee. Once a decision is taken, we will then look to implement that decision during 2013.

    Again, thanks to all residents for their support on this important issue.


  2. Phones at the Level Crossing

    After months of  tireless work  by John Northcott, we are delighted to report that the phones at the level crossing by the station are now back in full working order. The handset now connects you directly to a member of the rail staff and will allow you to report an emergency in the unlikely event of one occurring. However we must stress on residents that these phones are for emergencies only and should not be used to enquire why the barriers are remaining closed.

    Emergencies only please