Surrey Police crime bulletin for Surrey Heath: May 2017: 5th Update

Surrey Police Community Volunteer, Steph Edwards, reports on recent thefts, burglaries, and criminal damage in Surrey Heath in the latest InTheKnow Bulletin for Surrey Heath,

  • Surrey PoliceCrime No.45170051223 – Between 16/05/2017 from 20:00 to 17/05/2017 at 05:00, at Curtis Close, St Pauls, Camberley. Vehicle (white BMW 320 convertible P13MDC) has been stolen during the night.
  • Crime No.45170051594 – Between 17/05/2017 from 18:00 to 18/05/2017 at 13:47, at Fairfield Drive, Frimley. Car (grey Skoda Fabia OE09OCF) has been keyed across front and back door of car whilst parked overnight.
  • Crime No.45170051362 – Between 16/05/2017 from 21:00 to 17/05/2017 at 15:50 at Burrow Hill Green, Chobham. Vehicle (white Mercedes Sprinter van KP12XMC) has been stolen whilst parked on public road.
  • Crime No.45170051600 – On 18/05/2017 from 07:45 to 10:38, at Newark Road, Windlesham. Rear French door has been smashed to gain entry. Drawers searched and jewellery taken. Under investigation.
  • Crime No.45170051871 – On 18/05/2017 from 05:30 to 18:50 at Newark Road, Windlesham. Offenders have entered three bedroom house, entered through side door causing no damage, untidy search of two upstairs bedrooms, have left via same side door, leaving property insecure. Under investigation

Surrey Police crime bulletin for Surrey Heath: May 2017: 4th Update

Surrey Police Community Volunteer, Steph Edwards, reports on recent thefts, burglaries, and criminal damage in Surrey Heath in the latest InTheKnow Bulletin for Surrey Heath,

  • Surrey PoliceVehicle Crime. Between 12/05/2017 from 22:00 to 13/05/2017 at 17:05, at Gilbert Road, Frimley. All four hubcaps had been stolen from Blue Renault Megane DS06 EAA.
  • Crime No.45170050425 – On 15/05/2017 from 16:00 to 16:45, at Beverley Close, Heatherside. An attempt had been made to try and gain access of front door causing tool mark damage. Van had been broken into tools had been stolen.
  • Crime No.45170050797 – Between 15/05/2017 from 21:00 to 16/05/2017 at 12:10, at Bicknell Road, Parkside. Have gained access to house via front window, have made tidy search. (Under Investigation)

Surrey Police crime bulletin for Surrey Heath: May 2017: 3rd Update

Surrey Police Community Volunteer, Steph Edwards, reports on recent thefts, burglaries, and criminal damage in Surrey Heath in the latest InTheKnow Bulletin for Surrey Heath,

  • Surrey PoliceCrime No.45170048930 –  Between 10/05/2017 from 19:15 to 11/05/2017 at 07:55, at Grand Avenue, Camberley, roof top (box) stolen from on top of vehicle (a Red Vauxhall Corsa).
  • Crime No.45170047879 –  Between 02/05/2017  from 19:00 to 08/05/2017 at 16:30, at near Frimley Park Hospital, victim’s vehicle (a Yamaha Why motorcycle LK55FCE) broke down and he left it in a wooded area near to the hospital.  When he returned to collect, it had been stolen.
  • Crime No.45170048920 – Between 07/05/2017 from 21:00 to 08/05/2017 at 09:00, at Blackstroud Lane East, Lightwater, padlock on shed has been cut and two generators stolen.

Surrey Heath Borough Council’s update on Camberley Town Centre developments

Surrey Heath Borough Council update on Camberley Town centre projects, [click on images to expand]

Exciting progress has been made in crucial Camberley Town Centre projects over recent months.

  • The Mall, Camberley
  • Following the Council’s purchase of The Mall last year, work is now underway to begin updating and transforming the shopping centre. Haskoll have been appointed as architects to oversee an exciting refurbishment scheme, and designs are being finalised for the interior. The work will be phased, with the first phase starting in mid-summer in Grace Reynolds Walk, followed by The Square, then other parts of the centre. In the meantime repainting of the roof has already begun as part of the work to brighten up the shopping centre.

    Changes are also underway to the branding, with a temporary website already available (www.camberleyshopping.co.uk), and further work is underway to improve the marketing of the shopping centre both to customers and potential retailers when it is relaunched later in the year.

  • Ashwood House, Pembroke Broadway
  • As previously announced, Berkeley Homes has been appointed as developer of the site. The upper floors of the building will be transformed into high quality residential accommodation, comprising around 100 flats, subject to planning permission.

    A planning application is due to be submitted in June 2017 following public consultation, with the aim of starting on site at the end of the year.

  • Public spaces in Princess Way and the High Street 
  • Plans for improvements to the ‘public realm’ and amenity areas have progressed with surveys of services and ground levels in the High Street completed. Design work is underway, with public consultation to begin shortly on ideas for changing these areas of the town.

  • London Road Block
  • Consultants have been appointed to undertake feasibility work for the new development and submit an outline planning application by the end of 2017.

  • Pembroke House, Frimley Road
  • As with Ashwood House, Berkeley Homes has been appointed as developer for this scheme, which has the potential to offer around 25 flats and ground floor retail space, subject to planning permission. It will provide affordable housing for local people and retail space for Camberley’s businesses.
    A planning application is due to be submitted in June 2017 following public consultation, with work on site aiming to commence at the end of the year.

    In another significant development, SHBC have appointed Paul Ramshaw in a new role, Head of Investment & Development. Paul’s previous roles include Head of Regeneration and Planning Policy at Eastleigh Borough Council. Reporting directly to the Chief Executive, he will head up a new team, including an applications planner, procurement officer, accountant and lawyer, to deliver the Council’s property acquisition and development plans.

    Paul said: “I am delighted to be joining Surrey Heath at an exciting time in terms of property acquisition and development, and look forward to helping drive forward the regeneration of Camberley Town Centre as one of our key priorities.” SHBC Chief Executive Karen Whelan said: “As can be seen, our work continues to make Camberley an even better place to live, work and enjoy. We look forward to making announcements about further significant plans and developments in the near future.”

Surrey Police crime bulletin for Surrey Heath: May 2017: 1st Update

Surrey Police Community Volunteer, Steph Edwards, reports on recent thefts, burglaries, and criminal damage in Surrey Heath in the latest InTheKnow Bulletin for Surrey Heath,

  • Surrey PoliceCrime No.45170045767 – On 03/05/2017 between 19:45 and 22:00, at Park St, Camberley. Back window of a white Audi Q5 has been smashed, and a laptop, iPad and university notes have been taken from the boot. (Under investigation)
  • Crime No.45170046160 – Between 04/05/2017 from 21:30 to 05/05/2017 at 05:40, at Cambrian Close, Camberley. Theft of tools from Ford Transit van.
  • Crime No.45170045627 – Between 01/05/2017 from 00:00 to 03/05/2017 at 18:50, at St Catherines Rd, Frimley. A white VW Polo that had been reported as being abandoned has since had its window smashed. (Under investigation)
  • Crime No.45170045659 –  Between 02/05/2017 from 18:00 to 03/05/2017 at 06:00, at Sayers Close, Frimley Green. Victim has found the body of her cat without its head in their garden. The vets have since confirmed the decapitation had been caused by a human (Under investigation) (NB.  This is an isolated incident in Surrey Heath)
  • Crime No.45170046213 –  Between 04/05/2017 from 19:30 to 05/05/2017 at 07:30, at Lynwood Drive, Mytchett. Vehicle has been damaged while parked on the pavement overnight.

Surrey Police crime bulletin for Surrey Heath: April 2017: 3rd Update

Surrey Police Community Volunteer, Steph Edwards, reports on recent thefts, burglaries, and criminal damage in Surrey Heath in the latest InTheKnow Bulletin for Surrey Heath,

  • Surrey PoliceCrime No. 45170037701  – On 12/04/2017 between 16:40 and 16:45, at Salisbury Grove, Mytchett “Have entered property and conducted untidy search then seen man at property and run away.”  (Under investigation)
  • Crime Number: 45170037711 – At 13:20 on 12/04/2017, at Newlands Road, Camberley. “Suspect has entered victim’s home and taken handbag containing purse and cigarettes.”  (Under investigation)
  • Crime Number: 45170040759 –  Between 20/04/2017 16:30 and 21/04/2017 01:56, at Alexandra Avenue, Camberley, “Entry has been gained by breaking lock on rear wooden framed door. Three internal doors to rooms have been jemmied open and an untidy search has ensued therein with various items stolen.”  (Under investigation)
  • Crime Number: 45170039326 –  On 17/04/2017 between 19:00 and 19:30, at Bracken Way, Chobham, “Access has been gained to victim’s van and tools stolen.”
  • Crime Number: 45170039874 – On 19/04/2017 from 02:49 to 02:55, at Heather Ridge, Camberley. Suspects have forced entry into newsagents and stolen a large quantity of cigarettes. (Under investigation)
  • Crime Number: 45170040759 – Between 20/04/2017 from 16:30 to 21/04/2017 at 01:55, at Alexandra Avenue, Camberley. Entry has been gained by breaking a lock on the rear wooden framed door. Three internal doors to rooms have been wedged open, untidy search has ensued, with various items stolen. (Under investigation)
  • Crime Number: 45170040545 – Between 17/04/2017 from 15:00 to 19/04/2017 at 13:00, at St. Peters Church, Frimley. Wooden memorial bench has been damaged and plants from the pots have been destroyed

Surrey Police crime bulletin for Surrey Heath: April 2017

Surrey Police Community Volunteer, Steph Edwards, reports on recent thefts, burglaries, and criminal damage in Surrey Heath in the latest InTheKnow Bulletin for Surrey Heath,

  • Surrey PoliceCrime No.45170032437 – On 29/03/2017 from 07:00 to 18:58, at Lightwater Meadow. Lightwater. Returned to property to find rear conservatory door smashed and internal patio door forced open, an untidy search of the property within (Under investigation).
  • Crime No.45170032578 – Between 29/03/2017 from 12:45 to 30/03/2017 at 12:39, at Sturdee Close, Frimley. Front door lock has been picked and entry gained to dwelling where an x-box and £400 cash have been stolen.
  • Crime No.45170032778 – On 30/03/2017 from 15:35 to 22:29, at Forest Hill, Camberley. Garage of property was open a Carrera Mountain Bike had been taken.
  • Crime No.45170033480 – On 01/04/2017 from 19:25 to 23:11, at Lime Avenue, Camberley. Suspects have gained entry to house whilst victim has been upstairs. (Under investigation)
  • Crime No.45170033886 – Between 29/03/2017 from 12:00 to 02/04/2017 at 19:00, at Hamesmoor Way, Mytchett. Property broken into via kitchen window, untidy search throughout, jewellery taken. (Under investigation)