The civil Parish of Shere is the largest in area in the Borough of Guildford, Surrey.
The Parish lies in the Green Belt, the Surrey Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and an Area of Great Landscape Value. It also includes three Conservation Areas (parts of the villages of Holmbury St. Mary, Peaslake and Shere). The total population is approximately 3,500.
Shere Parish Council serves the four villages of Gomshall, Holmbury St. Mary, Peaslake and Shere and also a large part of Abinger Hammer (excluding the village centre).
Clerk/Finance Officer: Joy Millett
30 Station Road
Telephone: 01483 203431
The Parish Council seeks an enthusiastic, organised and diplomatic person to work in the Parish Office, alongside the Parish Clerk. Suitable candidates will have a successful track record in responsible administrative roles.
Experience of dealing with the public, meetings administration and a keen eye for detail are essential. Previous experience in a similar role is desirable.
GBC is currently consulting on this document which is part of the development of the new Local Plan. The document proposes in excess of 800 new homes per year for the borough. The consultation closes on 21st February 2014.
Shere Parish Council has produced the following document - click here.
The response to the SHMA from Shere Parish Council - click here.
See further details at https://getinvolved.guildford.gov.uk.
Guildford Borough Council has been consulting on its new Local Plan. The Plan sets out a vision for the whole borough for the next 20 years. It proposes that Shere and Gomshall are removed from the Green Belt and makes it easier for developers to get permission for build houses in the area.
A public meeting was held on the 22nd November 2013 in Shere Village Hall for residents to debate this issue. The meeting was attended by 163 residents.
The link below opens a copy of the submission sent to Guildford Borough Council.
Traffic Management in Shere: new proposals.
There will be full public consultation on these new proposals, this summer. Click on the tab above for background documents, including photographs of problem areas and diagrams with some suggested solutions.
Watch this space for any further developments and up-dates on the consultation process.