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Mount Browne development plans

In November 2021, the decision was made to retain Mount Browne as the police headquarters, instead of relocating to a new site in Leatherhead.

Since then, a significant amount of work has been taking place to consider how the estate of Surrey Police needs to change to best serve the public in the future.

Mount Browne has been the headquarters of Surrey Police for over seventy years. Consequently, parts of the estate are ageing and are not able to meet the needs of policing our communities in the 21st century. 

Representatives of Surrey Police will be present at the parish council meeting on Monday 11th September (7.00pm). You are welcome to attend the meeting if you wish to ask them any questions about their plans for the site.



Meet your Guildford Borough Councillors

The councillors representing Shalford Ward, Cllrs Dominique Williams and Catherine Houston, will be holding a 'Drop In' opportunity at the Ship Inn on Thursday 14th September between 7.00-8.30pm.

Artington Parish Council Home


Braboeuf Manor development consultations

Elysian Residences held further public consultations in July and you were invited to give feed-back.

Since the information below was produced, Elysian Residences have published more information about their plans on their website:

Artington Parish Council Home
Artington Parish Council Home

Details of the Elysian Residences presentation to the Artington parish meeting in May can be seen below: