Your local services

Below you will find a wide range of information relating to this Woking address. In addition to a map of the area, you will also find: details about your local councillors, dates when your rubbish is going to be collected and the streets are to be cleaned, and a link to the PublicAccess for Planning system.

Oak Cottage
Church Road
St Johns
Woking
Surrey
GU21 7QN

Part of the St Johns ward.

Map: CHURCH ROAD, WOKING (Bing Maps).

Your Polling Station

St Johns Memorial Hall, St Johns Lye, St Johns, Woking, Surrey, GU21 7SQ

Refuse collections

Woking Borough Council operates an alternate weekly collection service, with weekly collections of food waste. For more information on refuse collections, visit the Waste and Recycling pages.

Your collection details are as follows:

Refuse collections (non-recyclables)

Your next refuse (non-recyclables) collection will be made on Thursday, 4 May.

Recycling collections

Your next recycling collection will be made on Thursday, 27 April.
After this, collections will be made every two weeks, with the following collection taking place on Thursday, 11 May.

Including:

  • Mixed paper & card
  • Plastic bottles, pots, tubs and trays
  • Mixed glass
  • Foil
  • Food tins & drink cans

Food waste collections

We don't have any weekly food waste collection data for this address.

Garden waste collections

Your next garden waste collection will be made on Thursday, 27 April, the same day as your recycling.
After this, collections will be made every two weeks, with the following collection taking place on Thursday, 11 May.

Including:

  • Grass cuttings
  • Hedge trimmings & prunings
  • Dead plants & flowers
  • Fallen garden fruit
  • Twigs and branches
  • Leaves

Textiles

Your next textiles collection will be made on Thursday, 27 April, the same day as your recycling.
After this, collections will be made every two weeks, with the following collection taking place on Thursday, 11 May.

Textiles of all conditions (securely tied in carrier bags), including:

  • Clothes (any condition)
  • Shoes and slippers (paired)
  • Towels and blankets
  • Curtains and bed sheets

Small Waste Electricals and Electronic Equipment (WEEE)

Your next WEEE collection will be made on Thursday, 4 May, the same day as your refuse (non-recyclables).

Small WEEE (securely tied in carrier bags), including:

  • Kettles & toasters
  • Games consoles, remote controls and DVD players
  • All household batteries
  • Mobile phones, cameras and chargers
  • Radios, Hi Fi's, MP3 players and earphones
  • Power tools

Street cleaning

The following activites will take place over the next three months.

Historic environment

This property is not statutory listed. It is, however, in the CS20 and BE9: Ashwood Road/Heathside Road, Basingstoke Canal (East And West), Brookwood Cemetery, Fishers Hill, Hockering, Holyoake Crescent, Horsell Birch, Lower Knaphill, Mount Hermon, Old Woking Village, Pond Road, St Johns, Sutton Park, Waldens Park R Conservation Area.

If you are in any doubt whether a property is statutory listed or within a conservation area always check with the Council's Planning service. Remember: it is a criminal offence to demolish, alter or extend a listed building without consent and the penalty can be an unlimited fine or up to 12 months imprisonment. It is a criminal offence to undertake demolition in a conservation area, where approval is required, or any works to a listed building, without prior consent. Conviction is punishable by fine or imprisonment. It is also an offence to undertake works on a protected tree without prior consent, or to undertake works on a tree in a conservation area without prior notification. Undertaking such unauthorised works is punishable by fine.

Tree Preservation Orders

This search has not revealed any TPO records, however this search is for guidance only. You are strongly advised to check with the Council prior to undertaking any tree works.

Any trees at this property will be protected by the Conservation Area.

Trees and hedges may be protected by Planning Conditions if a property has been recently built or extended. If you are in any doubt whether a tree is protected, always check with the Council's Council's Planning service before carrying out work on a tree. Remember: it is a criminal offence to cut or fell a protected tree without the Council's consent, and may result in a heavy fine. Be a good neighbour and tell your neighbours if you are planning to cut back trees or hedges.

Planning applications

For information on planning applications within this area please use the PublicAccess for planning system.

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