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    Burhill Estates' planning application to develop a Rural Business Centre at Norwood Farm, to be accessed via Elvedeon Road, has been refused. The CDRA objected on a number of grounds including Green Belt and traffic issues. (Aug 2014)


    See cobhamgreenbelt for the latest about proposed Green Belt developments around Cobham, including the latest proposal by Cobham Free School for a secondary school + 6th form which would be on a Green Belt site adjacent to Cobham's Leg O'Mutton Field.  (Jul 2014)



    To help with this year’s update of Surrey’s Plan for Waste Management, residents are being asked to complete a short questionnaire online before 12 October 2014.  Surrey Waste Partnership wants to know how they can help residents reduce, reuse and recycle more of Surrey’s waste. (Aug 2014)


    Gas works are underway in Oxshott with the main stage of the work scheduled for mid July through to start of September. There will be various road closures & diversions, with knock on effects on traffic in Cobham & other nearby areas. Check before you travel. (Jun 2014)

Cobham Green Belt Open Meeting 22nd January 2014


Cobham & Downside Residents' Association, together with the Cobham Heritage Trust and Cobham Chamber of Commerce, have formed the Cobham Green Belt Group.  The purpose of this initiative is to promote and encourage retention of the Green Belt in and around Cobham, keeping local people informed of Green Belt issues. Visit to register your interest, to sign up for the free newsletters and to find out about the current threats to our Green Belt.     


COBHAM FREE SCHOOL:  The school has announced that it has secured a permanent site in a Green Belt location in the centre of Cobham. This would be for new buildings to accommodate nearly 900 pupils - a senior department (including sixth form) plus some juniors. This would be subject to planning permission. CDRA representatives, together with the other members of Cobham Green Belt Group Committee, have met to consider the details we have so far and may hold a public meeting at an appropriate time. You can read the school's announcement by clicking here.(1st Jul 2014

 About Cobham & Downside Residents' Association

CDRA is a voluntary, non-political organisation working on behalf of the residents of Cobham and Downside. The aim of the association is to ensure that residents have a strong meaningful voice on matters that have an impact on their community.

If you would like to help us make a difference, we are always looking for enthusiastic local residents to join our committee.  Get in touch to find out what this would involve.  Our contact details are near the top right hand side of this screen.

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