Residents and business owners are calling for the borough council to lower the costs at the Garfield Road site in Addlestone, after labelling the £1.50 per hour parking charges as "unreasonable"

In October 2015 we finalised the terms with Bouygues Development to reach financial close.

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To Weybridge and Woking: Station Road (B3121) Bus Stop H by Level Crossing

Addlestone Moor has a public house, now closed 08/2013, now a Day Nursery, flood meadows, a sports pitch and a mobile home park.[2] Its roundabout marks on the closer side of town has five exits and is used for motorway access from primarily Addlestone, Weybridge, Shepperton, Laleham and Chertsey.

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Addlestone, including St George's College's grounds of Woburn Park and the remaining farms and water meadows designated Green Belt were the western strip of Chertsey Manor or Chertsey Beomond Manor (to distinguish it from others), possessed by Chertsey Abbey from the grant of land by Frithwald, subregulus of Surrey, at a date between the years 666 and 675 CE until the Dissolution of the Monasteries.[4]

Soil is predominantly "loamy soil with naturally high groundwater".[10] Woburn Hill has "slowly permeable seasonally wet slightly acid but base-rich loamy and clayey soil". New Haw, the southern part of the Addlestone post town and historically a part has "freely draining slightly acid loamy soils"; so does Great Grove Farm.[10] West of the M25 as far as the centre of Ottershaw is a belt of "slightly acid loamy and clayey soils with impeded drainage" soil.[10]

Michael Duxbury, of Caselden Close in Addlestone, has been imprisoned for nine years for three sexual assaults and a rape

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One onlooker said the plane was "louder than a chinook" as it went over before making an emergency landing at Heathrow Airport

"I sympathise with the enormity of the difficulty they face, as Zane’s devoted parents, in accepting any link between their use of the pump in the house and his death"

Source: *Omniture (UK 6-month average Sept 2014-Feb 2015). **JICREG 01/05/13

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New Library opening hours are now in operation. Addlestone hours are now as listed below. Why these changes have been made (PDF).

Serviced double bedroom with double bed (£158/wk) available for let in luxury mixed shared house

Ms Maunders, 26, was reported missing on Friday but was located in London on Sunday

Schools across the borough welcomed pupils to open their long awaited GCSE results

We appointed Bouygues Development in November 2012 as our preferred development partner. Bouygues has hosted a number of public consultation events to shape the exciting new plans.

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The name Addlestone probably means "Attel's Denu": the valley belonging to a Saxon named Attel.

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Narrow green buffers separate the town of Weybridge and town of Chertsey and a larger green buffer including a farm, M25 and a golf course separates the village of Ottershaw. No fixed southern boundary with New Haw exists which has had signs at various points but not on all approaches[2]

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Police said officers carried out a warrant at an address just off Church Road on Tuesday afternoon where a number of people were questioned

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As you get older finding, moving, and settling down in a residential care or nursing home in Addlestone is a stressful time.  Trying to understand how to fund a move to a care home in Addlestone can be even more stressful for you or your relatives.

Heading north from the town, towards the Addlestonemoor five-way, two-lane roundabout is a Grade II listed building at the renaming Brighton Road to Chertsey Road, the George Inn,[12] almost opposite which are another listed building split into two houses: nos 114–116 Chertsey Road, early 19th century, slate-roofed houses with sash windows.[13] This Inn is a Tudor Period building with 18th century and later alterations and has three gables facing the road.[12]

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The new shops, leisure facilities, homes and public spaces reflect the Council's aspiration to create a vibrant environment for people to work, visit and live. It will also boost the daytime and evening economy for the town.

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Its main road is Station Road which has many shops, two supermarkets, Addlestone Methodist Church, a doctors' NHS surgery, the Aviator business park and the Eileen Tozer Day Centre; the civic centre of Runnymede borough council is on this street.[17]

Addlestone Victory Park Bowls Club was formed in 1931 and has played at the facilities maintained by Runnymede Borough Council since then. The club offers both indoor and outdoor short mat bowling facilities to members of all ages and levels of experience.

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Station Road hosts a 2011-completed business (office) estate, Aviator Park, in glass and steel which has landscaped verges with trees, shrubs and grass.[18]

The £90m new development is due to be completed in October 2017.