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Welcome to Reigate Liberal Democrats

Layout of Reigate and Banstead Borough with major towns and roads.

Reigate and Banstead Borough Map

Reigate Liberal Democrats are the constituency party of Reigate.

This covers the towns of Banstead, Redhill and Reigate, as well as the villages of Burgh Heath, Chipstead, Earlswood, Kingswood, Lower Kingswood, Merstham, Salfords, Southpark and Meadvale, Tadworth, Walton on the hill Woodhatch and Woodmansterne.

The constituency is divided into the wards of Banstead Village, Chipstead Hooley & Woodmansterne, Earlswood & Whitebushes, Kingswood & Burgh Heath, Meadvale & St. Johns, Merstham, Preston, Redhill East, Redhill West, Reigate Central, Reigate Hill, Salfords & Sidlow, Southpark & Woodhatch, and Tadworth & Walton.

Reigate Liberal Democrats always work hard to keep in touch with local people with local news.

Along with the FOCUS leaflets, this website is part of that ongoing work.

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Recent updates

  • Dene Street
    Article: Dec 12, 2017

    Council plan to sell off properties still shrouded in secrecy say Surrey Lib Dems

    On Thursday 14 December 2017 the Conservative Cabinet of Surrey County Council is expected to agree to enter into a Joint Venture with an external company to redevelop the Council's own land and buildings for housing for sale and rent.

  • NHS
    Article: Dec 12, 2017

    Lib Dems call for scrutiny investigation over Surrey County Council pay off to Virgin Care

    Liberal Democrat county councillors have called for a scrutiny investigation following the disclosure that Surrey County Council have paid an undisclosed sum to Virgin Care, following legal proceedings over the awarding of a health contract.

  • Angela Goodwin & Chris Botten
    Article: Dec 5, 2017

    Liberal Democrat county councillors celebrated today after Surrey County Council unanimously backed their call to increase the level of places for pupils with Special Educational Needs within Surrey. A motion, tabled by Liberal Democrat county councillors, was accepted unanimously by all council members at a meeting today at County Hall. The County Council spends a total of £237 million on SEND services for children and young people, educates 822 SEND students outside of the county, and spends nearly £27 million on travel costs for SEND students.

  • Surrey signs
    Article: Dec 4, 2017

    Liberal Democrat Councillors on Surrey County Council are calling for an end to the council relying on members of the public to report missing or damaged road signs and instead are calling for a sign inspection policy to be developed and implemented.


    Cllr Hazel Watson, Leader of the Liberal Democrats on Surrey County Council said today:

  • By Election wins
    Article: Dec 1, 2017
    By Steve Kulka

    The Liberal Democrats won all four of the council by-elections that were held in November.

    gaining seats from the Conservatives, Labour and UKIP

    A total of 9 seats (2 holds, 7 gains, 0 losses).

    Maidstone BC, North - Lib Dem gain from Conservative
    LD Rob Field 719
    Con 364
    Lab 270
    Grn 47
    UKIP 0
    Torridge DC, Torrington - Lib Dem gain from UKIP
  • Woking Train Station
    Article: Dec 1, 2017
    By Will Forster

    Woking has been completely ignored in the Government's latest rail strategy. The Conservative Government announced its new rail strategy today, but Woking was not mentioned once - despite Woking being a key transport hub and having some of the most over overcrowded trains in the country.

    Despite years of debate over Crossrail 2, a new railway line to connect stations in the North of Surrey with Hertfordshire via Central London which is key to relieving congestion in and out of London Waterloo, is still unfunded. A rail link to Heathrow Airport, refurbishment of Woking Station and widening of Victoria Arch were also not referred to in the rail strategy.

  • Wasting your money
    Article: Dec 1, 2017

    The highly respected Centre for Economic Performance, based at the London School of Economics, has published research that estimates the cost of BREXIT so far at £404 per household. The researchers, four top UK academics, sought to put a cash value on the impact on individuals of Brexit.

    According to the research, the nearly 10% currency depreciation is responsible for an increase in inflation of 1.7% - equivalent to £404 pa or £7.74 per week - THIS IS WHAT HAS ALREADY HAPPENED.

  • Vince Cable speaks at Claygate
    Article: Dec 1, 2017

    It was standing room only on Thursday evening, as Liberal Democrat leader Sir Vince Cable spoke in the village hall at Claygate.

    Seating capacity there is 400, but despite the cold evening even more than that turned up to hear his message.

    Later, Liberal Democrats in Caterham celebrated victory in two by-elections, one for their Parish Council and one for the Tandridge District Council.

  • Chris Botten
    Article: Nov 30, 2017

    Commenting on the letter published by OFSTED today, Councillor Chris Botten, Liberal Democrat Spokesperson for Children & Families, said:

    "These are very serious criticisms of Surrey County Council, 3 years after the County Council's Children's Services were inspected by OFSTED and subsequently rated as "inadequate". There is a long list of failings that have been identified: the poor quality of social work, weaknesses in managerial oversight, children not receiving the right help at the right time and, in some cases, children being at risk of harm.

  • Angela Goodwin & Chris Botten
    Article: Nov 30, 2017

    Liberal Democrats have called upon Surrey County Council to improve and expand its provision of services to children with Special Educational Needs & Disabilities (SEND). The County Council spends a total of £237 million on SEND services for children and young people, educates 822 SEND students outside of the county, and spends nearly £27 million on travel costs for SEND students. Liberal Democrat county councillors have tabled a motion, to be discussed at Council next week, calling for the Conservative-administration to invest in more SEND provision within Surrey, in order to reduce the number of placements outside of the county, as well as reducing travel costs and times for children and parents alike.