Your Sunbury, Ashford and Shepperton
People in Sunbury, Ashford and Shepperton are taking the initiative and finding creative ways to make the town an even better place to live and work.
From cooking affordable meals with their neighbours, to making streets safer for children to play outdoors, there are lots of ideas that people are planning to get moving as soon as it's safe.
You may want to turn an overgrown patch of grass into a community garden or start a new dance group for young people. There are lots of opportunities and many like-minded people who want to make a difference and are willing to help. It's about building momentum, not perfection. Now could be the perfect time to share your idea and get the help you need to make it happen.
A small selection of the many ideas that people in your neighbourhood think could improve Sunbury, Ashford and Shepperton are here:
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Feature Story: Residents views welcomed on Film studio expansion
Shepperton Studios Liaison Group was formed as a channel through which the studios could consult with the community on key elements of the studio's expansion, including impact on traffic and local infrastructure.
The expansion will create new stages, offices, workshops, car parking as well as an additional access point from Shepperton Road.
The first meeting of the Shepperton Studios Community Liaison Group took place in March and will meet every other month. Membership includes residents' associations and local councillors along with representatives of Shepperton Studios and their contractors. Officers from Surrey Highways and the Environment Agency are also invited to contribute their expertise.
What's going on?
Here is a list of some of the things happening in Sunbury, Ashford and Shepperton in the near future. You can also find out about the vast range of local support in your community by visiting the Surrey Information Point. To see social, environmental, economic and health outcomes in Surrey at a local level, please visit the Surrey Index.