Cranleigh Parish Council

About Cranleigh Parish Council

Parish Councillor Vacancy

Could you contribute your business or personal skills and expertise?

Do you want to represent the views of local people?

If you would like to make a difference and help shape the future of Cranleigh, then why not consider joining the Council?

Closing date for co-option at the September Council meeting: 08 September 2017

Application Form

Information Form

Cranleigh Parish Council is responsible for:-
Cranleigh Parish Council OfficeThe Cranleigh Parish Council office is open from 9.30am to 12.30pm, Monday to Friday. If you would like to see a specific member of staff you are advised to telephone in advance to make an appointment.
Local planning applications are considered by members of the Planning Committee on a three weekly basis.
There are twelve Parish Councillors who take an active part in village life and who are elected to represent the community.
In 2014 the Quality Status for Town and Parish Councils was replaced with the Local Council Award Scheme. In January 2015 Cranleigh Parish Council was accredited with the Foundation Award. It is a three tiered scheme and the Parish Council is committed to achieving the Quality Gold award as soon as possible - more information 
If you are interested in the Cranleigh Coat of Arms, we have information on the meaning of each part. 
If you have a problem regarding highways, health, education or libraries please contact Surrey County Council.
Local Council Award Scheme