Standing Committee of Residents Associations - Local Government in  Epsom and Ewell


Standing Committee of Residents' Associations (SCoRA) - liaison committee formed from the chairmen and secretaries of each R.A.

The chairmen and secretaries of each R.A. meet together six times a year under the umbrella of the Standing Committee of Residents Associations (SCoRA) to discuss common problems and issues which may transcend R.A. boundaries. Individual councillors or council chairmen may be invited to attend to provide an update on specific activities or to answer questions on council policy.



Officers

Chairman:
Hugh Ricketts, 3 Daleside Road West Ewell KT19 9SR
Tel: 020 8394 1251
Email: hugh.ricketts@btinternet.com
Vice Chairman:
Natalie Rogers, 30 Amberley Gardens Stoneleigh KT19 0NH
Tel: 0208 393 6968
Email: natrlie@googlemail.com
Treasurer:
Chris Pilcher, 39 Hays Walk Cheam SM2 7NQ
Tel: 020 8642 7249


 
 

New Police and Crime Commissioner elected

Residents of Surrey have elected a new Police and Crime Commissioner more...


Continuing success in Borough Council elections

The Residents Associations have controlled Epsom and Ewell Borough Council for the past 78 years. On Thursday 7 May 2015, the electors of the Borough again showed their faith in the RA ethos by voting for the RA Councillors to retain control of the Council for another four years. more...


Developments at Nescot

Planning applications for building on the Nescot Animal Husbandry land on the corner of Reigate Road and Ewell Bypass were submitted for over 90 houses and a care home for at least 150 senior citizens. A lot of houses and a lot of people on quite a small site, with very restricted road access. more...


Surrey County Council elections

On Thursday 2 May 2013, the electors of the Borough again showed their faith in the RA ethos by voting for RA Councillors to hold three of the five County Council seats in the Borough for the next four years. more...


Independent Police and Crime Commissioner elected

Residents of Surrey have elected Kevin Hurley to be Police and Crime Commissioner for Surrey. Mr Hurley who is a former police officer stood for Zero Tolerance, and is independent of any national political party. more...


Changes for Epsom Hospital have been put on hold

The future of Epsom Hospital is again in doubt. It had been proposed that the current arrangement with St Helierís Hospital should cease and that Epsom Hospital should be acquired by Ashford and St Peterís Hospitals but this change will not take place. more...


75th anniversay of the Borough of Epsom and Ewell

The year 2012 marked the 75th anniversary of the founding of the Borough. During the whole of that time the Borough Council has been controlled by Residents' Associations Councillors. The success of all those Councillors in making and keeping the Borough such a splendid place to live is a clear demonstration that local government can exist very satisfactorily without being controlled by national political parties. more...


Agreement to 125-year lease for Nonsuch Park

On 25 March 2008 Surrey County Council agreed to give a lease for 125 years on Nonsuch Park and Mansion House to Epsom and Ewell Borough Council and the London Borough of Sutton jointly. This was the culmination of a long battle fought by the Residents Associations to save Nonsuch Park. more...


Possible Development of the Durdans and Lavendou Stables

Plans were put forward for the redevelopment of the Durdans and Lavandou Stables. Opposition to the plans was led by Woodcote RA Councillor Teresa Cass with substantial local support. more...


Dame Annis Barn application opposed

College Ward Residents Association mounted a vigorous campaign to stop development on the Dame Annis Barn and 18 Burgh Heath Road site. more...