Cranleigh Civic Society was set up by residents on 9 October 2014 in response to the huge threat to our village by the deluge of planning applications being submitted for residential development on Cranleigh’s Green Fields, with little to no investment in infrastructure.
We hold public meetings in the Band Room, Village Way, Cranleigh.
More about the Cranleigh Society
You can read our constitution here.
We are a members’ organisation, run entirely by volunteers and are involved in a number of key areas in our village.
- Planning applications
- Cranleigh High Street Conservation Area Review Group
- Buildings of Local Merit
- Ongoing sewage investigations with Thames Water
- Supporter of the Cranleigh Conservation Group
- Protecting green open spaces for the community
- Liaising with Environment Agency concerning flood history and the pollution in Cranleigh Waters
- Part of the Community Liaison Group for Cranleigh Brick and Tile
- Member Alfold Flood Forum
If these are areas that you think are important too please join us in “Speaking up for Cranleigh”
You Must Report Sewage Incidents!
Thames Water does not automatically inform Waverley Borough Council, or the Environment Agency when there is a sewage leak.
It is up to residents to report sewage incidents to Thames Water (24-hour customer service team on 0800 316 9800 or 0800 0093960)
Other helpful numbers: Thames Water leaks (Operations team) – 0800 3169800
You also need to contact Waverley Borough Council’s Environmental Health on 01483 523393, or email email@example.com.
Finally you need to report incidents to the Environment Agency (0800 807 060), if you think that a culvert and/or a watercourse is threatened by sewage.