Surrey County Council has worked in partnership with many of the borough and district councils for some years to permit roundabout sponsorship by businesses. We do not directly administer the sponsorship of any roundabouts, however we operate a scheme which has enabled councils to:
- improve the appearance of roundabouts
- improve the image of Surrey as a vibrant location for businesses
- promote the range of businesses already located there
We are now pleased to be able to extend the partnership scheme to local town and parish councils.
Information for businesses
If you run a business and wish to sponsor a roundabout in Surrey, please contact the local council for the area which you are interested in. Surrey County Council does not directly administer roundabout sponsorships and it is up to each local council to decide whether or not they wish to provide this service in their respective areas.
Which local councils currently offer roundabout sponsorship?
|Council||Sponsored roundabout position|
|Elmbridge Borough Council||Yes, operates the scheme fully in their administrative area|
|Epsom & Ewell Borough Council||Yes, operates the scheme fully in their administrative area|
|Guildford Borough Council||Yes, operates the scheme fully in their administrative area|
|Mole Valley District Council||No, does not operate the scheme|
|Reigate & Banstead Borough Council||Yes, operates the scheme fully in their administrative area|
|Runnymede Borough Council||Yes, operates the scheme fully in their administrative area|
|Spelthorne Borough Council||Yes, operates the scheme fully in their administrative area|
|Surrey Heath Borough Council||Yes, operates the scheme on three roundabouts in Frimley only. West End Parish also operates the scheme in their administrative area.|
|Tandridge District Council||No, does not operate the scheme|
|Waverley Borough Council||No, no longer operates the scheme|
|West End Parish Council||Yes, operates the scheme on Gordon's and Fellow Green roundabouts|
|Woking Borough Council||Yes, operates the scheme fully in their administrative area|
What do I do if the scheme does not currently operate in my area?
If you wish to sponsor a roundabout in an area which is not currently covered by the scheme, you may wish to contact a local council (borough, district, town or parish) directly to see if they are interested in joining the scheme.
Unfortunately, if the local council does not wish to enter into the scheme, it will not be possible to sponsor the roundabout.
Information for parish and town councils
Since 2014, our partnership agreement has extended to parish and town councils.
Please read the following steps, as well as the full terms and conditions of the roundabout sponsorship agreement (PDF).
- Determine what roundabout/s you are interested in, and check that they are not are not already administered by another council (i.e. does it already have a sponsorship sign?)
- Check the roundabout/s meet the conditions under section 3 of the scheme in the roundabout sponsorship agreement (PDF)
- You may wish to check that the roundabouts you are interested in will produce the income you hope to achieve (local businesses or companies such as Marketing Force Ltd may give you an indication)
- Check you are happy to accept all the conditions in the roundabout sponsorship agreement (PDF)
- Where prior consent is required - for example planning authority approvals - obtain this consent
- Complete and sign section 7 of the agreement and send a copy to us using the contact details found on the form
If you have any questions or wish to negotiate changes to the standard terms, please contact our roads and transport service
Files available to download
Roundabout Sponsorship Agreement (PDF)
The full agreements, including terms and conditions, and the application form