- Objectives for Farnham
- Current Town Centre Consultation
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- Farnham Board
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The Farnham Infrastructure Programme (FIP) was formed in 2019 when Surrey County Council, Waverley Borough Council, Farnham Town Council and Jeremy Hunt MP committed to work together to tackle the town's air quality and congestion issues.
The programme vision is to deliver attractive, well-integrated, future focused and high-quality infrastructure for Farnham that enables a connected and vibrant town, where people choose to live, work, study and spend their leisure time in more sustainable ways. This is critical for Surrey to meet the targets set out in its Climate Change Strategy and to improve the quality of place in the town.
People who live, visit, study or travel in Farnham are all encouraged to engage in a major consultation which is proposing substantial changes to the town centre.
The proposals are:
Visit the consultation site for full details Have Your Say Today - Farnham Infrastructure Programme - Commonplace
Read further information on the Farnham Infrastructure Programme key documents, including the Farnham Vision Statement and Optimised Infrastructure Plan.
As part of the FIP, Surrey County Council are currently working to deliver a number of improvements to Farnham.
For further information on each of the projects, please see dedicated project pages below:
The Farnham Board is where the programme partners come together to discuss progress. Visit the Farnham Board page to see agendas, reports and minutes.
Read the Farnham Infrastructure Programme frequently asked questions on the Farnham Infrastructure Programme.
If you have any questions or comments about the programme, please email: email@example.com
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