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Keep up to date with all the latest news from Business Runnymede and the surrounding area.

Spending Review for 2020-21 Announced on 25 November 2020

The Chancellor, Rishi Sunak, delivering the spending review, said his immediate priority was to protect people’s lives and livelihoods as the country continues to battle the outbreak - allocating £55 billion to tackle the virus next year.

25 November 2020

Runnymede Borough Council's Corporate Business Plan 2020-2024 consultation

In Spring 2020, Runnymede Borough Council will launch its new Corporate Business Plan for 2020 - 2024. A consultation for businesses is now open. It will be live until 24th November 2019. To help the Council set the direction and draw up priorities for the next four years they would like to ask your views. Therefore, they are going to randomly select one person who completes this survey to win One4all multi-store gift vouchers to a value of £100 (which can be accepted by thousands of shops and over 130 high street brands). Terms and conditions for the prize draw can be found at:

1 October 2019

Get ready for Brexit: workshops

The Department for International Trade are running a series of workshops to help exporting businesses prepare for Brexit.

13 September 2019

A320 north corridor improvements are a regional priority

A 'top ten' list of high-priority road improvement schemes to cut congestion, speed up journeys and support economic growth across the South East has been submitted to government as part of a £3.5 billion, five-year investment programme - including the A320 in Runnymede.

5 August 2019

Surrey's greener future: local action for global impact

Following the declaration of a climate emergency by Surrey County Council (SCC) in July, they are now running a community design challenge to identify and prototype community-led ideas for tackling climate change. The County Council are looking for businesses and local organisations to support the design challenge.

31 July 2019