|Borough of Surrey Heath|
Shown within Surrey
|Region:||South East England|
| Ranked 250th|
- Total ()
| Ranked |
|Ethnicity:|| 95.4% White|
1.4% Chinese or Other
1.4% Mixed Race
Surrey Heath Borough Council
|Leadership:||Leader & Cabinet|
The borough acquired its name because it includes extensive areas of heath and woodland including Chobham Common and Lightwater Country Park. Within the borough there are five Sites of Special Scientific Interest, four of which are part of the Thames Basin Heaths Special Protection Area of European Importance as a habitat for certain endangered bird species.
The western section of the district is urbanised, with Camberley, Lightwater, Deepcut, Frimley, Frimley Green and Mytchett. The east of the district is less urbanised, and contains Surrey Heath's four civil parishes:
See also: Energy efficiency in British housing.
Streamlining services: streamlining and integrating services for planning, building control, land charges and other land and property-related applications has enabled Surrey Heath Borough Council in the United Kingdom to improve on its previous customer service levels.
Apr 01, 2007; When Surrey Heath Borough Council began to experience difficulties with its existing land and property-related GIS facilities, it...
BIRDBRAINED; Building Projects Acrossvast Tracts of Southern England Have Been Halted - over Fears for Our Feathered Friends
Feb 05, 2006; Byline: ROSS CLARK Like many young professionals looking for a home in Surrey, 21-yearold Sarah Meaker, who works in public...
NORVIEW LIONS CLUB RECEIVES BIRTHDAY WISHES FROM BRITAIN THE WELL-WISHES WERE DELIVERED AT THE 50TH ANNIVERSARY CHARTER NIGHT BANQUET.(NORFOLK COMPASS)
Apr 17, 1997; Byline: SAM MARTINETTE, CORRESPONDENT When Gordon Parris, president of the Surrey Border Lions Club in Surrey Heath, England, got...