What has changed since the incident started - Nork Residents' Association

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What has changed since the incident started

  • Surrey County Council have closed the Community Recycling Centres
    Surrey Environment Partnership
  • The first emergency welfare packages have been assembled and sent out to vulnerable residents from the Community Support Centre
  • Surrey County Council declared a Major Incident
    Reigate and Banstead Borough Council is no longer operating business as usual
  • All Play areas are closed until further notice Parks and open spaces will remain open for the time being
  • Public toilets in the borough will close until further notice due to problems keeping them clean to help reduce the spread of the virus.
  • Private hire Knowledge test bookings are suspended.
  • Our bulky waste request service has closed for new bookings.
  • The leisure centres - Horley, Tadworth and Donyngs, Redhill - are closed from Friday 20 March following latest government advice.
  • The Harlequin Theatre has closed until further notice and is being repurposed as a community support centre
  • Community Centres at Banstead, Horley and Woodhatch have been closed by the current operator, Staywell.
  • Council Committee meetings have been cancelled but new legislation could mean councillors attend committees remotely.
  • Events Council’s key events, including ‘Star for a Night’ and the ‘Festival of Sport’ are cancelled
  • Mayoral engagements have been cancelled until further notice.
  • Household waste and recycling collections are currently operating as usual
  • Town Hall reception remains open for urgent matters only. If you do come, please ensure that you are following the latest safety advice around home isolating, social distancing and hygiene. For all other enquiries please contact us in another way.
  • Council Tax queries are currently being dealt with online - where you can use the council tax checker.
  • Benefits and support for those experiencing financial hardship – visit the I need help page.
  • Business rates, financial support and advice – visit Supporting businesses page.
  • County wide services such as Libraries are closed - Surrey County Council services.
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Last Edited: 08/05/2021
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