Waverley Tenants have their say.

If you’re a #Waverley Council Tenant, have your say at the Landlord Services Advisory Board Meeting next Thursday, 30 March 2023, at 10 am at The Burys, #Godalming. 📍
This is the perfect opportunity to speak to councillors/staff, ask questions and make recommendations which impact you!
What to expect at this meeting:
➡️ An introduction to the new Customer Experience Group
➡️ An update on the Tenant Satisfaction Measures Project
➡️ Details on our Housing Operations Plan
For more details, visit 👉 https://orlo.uk/PfaVp

Spring 2003 – 2023 How things have changed in Farnham!

As Waverley acts against the developers, The Farnham Theatre Association has turned its spotlight on Brightwells Yard and House – and after 20 years, finds it wanting.

On 22nd April 2003, Crest Nicholson/ Sainsbury’s signed the original Development Agreement with the Tory Administration of Waverley Borough Council for the regeneration at East Street, Farnham.

Twenty years later, these parties have managed to create the half-finished site called Brightwells Yard. The finishing date moves ever forward as yet another problem emerges with this poorly thought-through development. The latest disaster is the unforgivable trashing of the historic architectural features of Grade II listed Brightwell House – and this miserable situation was achieved at the expense of losing the Redgrave Theatre.

Tomorrow we will post the comments of Waverley’s Portfolio holder made on Tuesday at the last Full Council meeting before the May polls.