Representing Burpham on Guildford Borough Council
Christian was elected to represent the Burpham on Guildford Borough Council in May 2011. "I am delighted to be given the opportunity to represent Burpham on the Council. Burpham has faced many challenges in recent years and I look forward to assisting the residents of Burpham with their challenges in future."
On 6th December 2016 the Planning Inspectorate issued its appeal decisions relating to certain planning conditions governing the running of the Aldi store in Burpham.
The appeals were successful and as a result the store can now open until 10am on weekdays. Deliveries may also commence from 6am, with no restrictions on type or number of vehicle. Only 1 HGV may be present on site at any one time.
Mrs Doris Oliver, a Burpham resident of 50 years, turned 100 years of age this week.
The youngest of 15 children, Doris worked as a telephonist during the war, meeting Queen Elizabath (later the Queen Mother) on a morale boosting tour.
A keen swimmer earlier in life Doris won swimming contests along the Thames. Being keen on singing and amateur dramatics the blowing out of candles on the birthday cake was followed by a good old fashioned sing song of war time classics.
(Photo: Me, Doris and her daughter Christine).
The Council is still on course to implement parking restrictions at London Road parade and also on Burpham Lane by the end of November. These changes will go a long way to freeing up parking spaces that are often occupied by persons not patronising the shops. Further information can be found here.