Keep up-to-date with all the latest news and press releases.
We have started to review the Guildford Local Plan and the evidence behind it.
Residents can again save money on their energy bills with a 'Green Jump Surrey' grant of up to £15,000
Over 60 local residents and groups who have made a real difference to their communities year have been recognised and celebrated by the Mayor of Guildford.
New information on population estimates, and its effect on the number of houses we need to build, will be included in our review of the 2019 Local Plan.
We are asking residents of West Clandon for their views on our new 2020-2034 Neighbourhood Plan.
Residents are again able to support each other with donations of fresh food to reduce waste and tackle food poverty in our borough, with the reopening of our Community Fridge at the Park Barn Centre.
We are continuing to support vulnerable residents through our Community Helpline as Coronavirus (Covid-19) restrictions begin to ease.
We are helping to tackle climate change by almost tripling the amount of solar energy we generate for use in our buildings.
Guildford Museum is inviting all residents to record these memories in pictures and words for the new Guildford's Quilt community project, whatever your age or sewing ability.
Work to widen parking spaces and improve surfaces at Leapale Road multi-storey car park begins next week.
Statement of Persons Nominated for local elections - Thursday 6 May
Residents, workers and students in Surrey who do not have Coronavirus (Covid-19) symptoms are now able to get a free test at our Millmead House offices in Guildford town centre.
Book for sessions starting on Saturday 24 April 2021 at https://tennissurrey.com/courts or email@example.com.
Sessions are for children under 12 and start on Tuesday 20 April 2021. View this page for locations.
The project aims to help the delivery of new housing and infrastructure in the Ash and Tongham area.
Managing Director of the Council, James Whiteman provides an update on our Local Plan:
Our Community Lottery has raised over £25,000 for Guildford Philanthropy since its launch in 2018.
We have been working hard supporting our businesses to be ready for opening as government restrictions ease today.
A hand-written letter of condolence on behalf of the borough of Guildford from the Mayor of Guildford.
Let us know how you feel about visiting Guildford town centre again as restrictions change.
We are restoring over 40 hectares of historic farmland at Tyting Farm for residents to enjoy.
Do you have any items which could help us to document life in Guildford during the Coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic?
Our Farmers' Market returns to Guildford High Street on Tuesday 30 March from 10.30am - 3.30pm.
Fines have been introduced for landlords who do not meet electrical safety standards.
The Right To Buy Review Executive Working Group has written their first report. Read their findings here.
Tuesday 23 March marks one year since we were asked to stay home to stay safe and protect our NHS.
The Castle, Guildhall and Tunsgate Arch will join more than a hundred buildings and landmarks across England.
Cllr Jan Harwood, ward Councillor for Merrow, is the new Deputy Leader of the Council.
Some of our borough's most vulnerable residents will get extra help thanks to funding of more than £40,000 from our 2021-22 Aspire Voluntary Grants.
Call regulatory services on 01483 505050 if you think an HMO is not licensed or is a risk to resident's health.
Brief for independent KPMG Report to be reviewed by Working Group this week
Five of our borough Councillors have been appointed to Normandy Parish Council on a temporary basis until 6 May.
Read about the improvements the group will make to monitoring and reporting procedures.
Find out what the council is doing to help minimise the impact of Traveller encampments on residents and green spaces.
Lead Councillor for the Environment, Cllr James Steel provides an update on Spectrum Leisure Centre:
The census is a unique survey that happens every 10 years.
Executive Committees at both Guildford and Waverley have endorsed working more closely together and have agreed to explore potential options for the councils to share resources, which could potentially lead to combining services and administrative functions.
New support grants are available for local businesses affected by the Coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic
Renewable energy, air quality action plans and better pedestrian and cycle paths are helping us to fight climate change.
It is with great sadness that we can confirm the death of former Mayor Jenny Jordan earlier this week (Tuesday 9 February).