Car Parks Refurbishment Project

£2 million project to refurbish all of Mole Valley District Council’s car parks

We’ve refurbished all car parks in Mole Valley. Improvements include a complete resurfacing of the car park, improved drainage to prevent flooding, clearer signs, improved lighting to make the car park safer, and work to ensure all the spaces meet modern size standards.

We’re also installing 90 Electric Vehicles Charging Points in 10 of our car parks.

You can find more information on individual projects below and if you would like to discuss anything in more detail, please call our Property Team on 01306 879193.

90 Electric Vehicles Charging Points for 10 Mole Valley Car Parks

EVCPs have been installed in car parks across the district in Dorking, Leatherhead, Ashtead and Bookham:

  • Woodfield Lane (Ashtead Peace Memorial Hall and Grove Road) – 12
  • Pippbrook, Dorking – 6
  • Wathen Road, Dorking – 8
  • Reigate Rd, Dorking – 10
  • Southside, Dorking – 10
  • Randalls Rd, Leatherhead – 10
  • Lower Shott, Bookham – 10
  • St Martin’s Walk, Dorking – 8

Swan Centre (8) and Station Road (8) car parks in Leatherhead will follow.

Swan Centre customers are encouraged to use EVCPs in Randalls Road in the meantime.

Download Blink Charging App or check Zap Map to see the EVCPs closest to you. More information can be found on our EVCP page.

Major refurbishment of St Martin’s Walk car park in Dorking and Lower Rd Bookham car park completed

Improvement works to both car parks are now completed and include new surfacing, cleaning, new line markings, concrete repairs, decorations and drainage.

Residents, businesses and visitors to St Martin’s car park can also benefit from eight Electric Vehicle Charge Points that will be installed in the car park later this summer.

And don’t forget, that our wonderful Dorking Friday Market is on every Friday from 8.30 am to 2 pm.

Southside Car Park Refurbishment

The improvements worth £375,000 including resurfacing, relining, new handrails and drainage have now been completed. New signage has also been installed throughout the car park and the parking bays have been widened. Parent and child bays have also been added, including a 30 minute free one.

The next step for Southside will be fitting Electric Vehicle Charge Points to support MVDC’s Climate Change Strategy

Junction Road, South Street and West Street Car Parks Refurbishment

All three Dorking car parks have been refurbished and the works included:

  • New surface
  • Relining to ensure that larger spaces are created where possible
  • Clearing overgrown vegetation
  • Conducting water drainage surveys to identify flooding hot spots

New signage has been installed later this year.