Caterham Valley Parish Council
As a Parish Council, we are the level of government that is closest to the community.
The most common topics that we get involved with are planning matters and campaigning for and delivering better services and facilities.
We have only limited powers to make decisions ourselves, but we are able to negotiate with, and influence organisations that do make the final decisions, and those organisations know that as your Parish Council, we can best reflect how a community feels about something and our views are taken seriously.
Caterham Valley Parish Council meets at the Caterham Valley Library, Stafford Road. Please see calendar or noticeboards for time of meetings. All meetings start with an opportunity for public questions.
Caterham Valley Parish Calendar
Find out what is already on the Caterham Valley Parish Council calendar this month and next month.
Your council undertakes a wide variety of activities, such as providing public benches, hanging baskets and christmas lights.
We are able to give grants to local bodies and community projects.
We maintain local notice boards and erect signposts.
Councillors represent the Parish in various public duties.
You are entitled to see how the Parish Council is spending your money so you can click here to view annual accounts, receipts, payments and budget plans.
The Parish Council Planning Committee plays a crucial role in providing democratic and transparent decisions on sometimes controversial issues.
The committee considers applications at its meetings and makes representations to Tandridge and to Surrey. The Planning Committee also considers major local and regional planning issues, and planning policy matters.