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  • Weybridge in Surrey, which has a population of close to 20,000 residents, is situated in the Borough of Elmbridge at the mouth of the River Wey, from which the town gets its name. With its fast links into London Waterloo, Weybridge is a commuter town, and attracts many people working in the City of London as a consequence.

    The town has a number of defined areas including Oatlands Village, Brooklands, St George’s Hill and the shopping area surrounding Monument Hill.

    The main postcode in the area is KT13.

  • The main shopping area consists of Church Street with a mixture shops including antique shops and independent children’s stores, leading onto the High Street which has no shortage of the well known retailers.

    Crockford Bridge farm shop, allows customers to pick their own produce. It also has a garden centre onsite for a relaxing shopping experience. Brooklands shopping centre caters for all shopping needs, with a range of stores, including a large Tesco and Marks & Spencer.

    There is also a prominent shopping area surrounding Monument hill.

    French, Spanish, Nepalese, Lebanese and Thai are just a few of the many types of international cuisine available in Weybridge. There are some independent restaurants, as well as popular chains including Pizza Express and Café Rouge. If late night cocktails are on the menu, RED bar on Queens Road offers a wide selection as well as evening dining before a variety of entertainment.

    St Georges’s Hill is a sought-after exclusive private estate where properties regularly sell for £ millions.

    There are four local Span Estates which were built in the 1960’s by Eric Lyon, designed to engineer a sense of community between residents. These homes remain incredibly popular today, due largely to their practical design.

    Locations vary from riverside to town centre with some properties set in a large amount of land. There are Victorian cottages, bungalows, maisonettes and brand new developments of apartments.

    But any housebuilder seeking to construct more new build homes in the area, will find the Weybridge Society on hand to ensure that the development is in keeping with the local surroundings.

    Weybridge, located 17 miles South West of central London, is very much considered to be a commuter town. There is a regular train service to and from London Waterloo. The journey takes approximately 30 minutes.

    London is reached by car on the A3 and there is easy access to the M25 motorway.

    There are plenty of bus services available in Weybridge itself.

    Weybridge
    (0.70 miles)

    Addlestone
    (1.12 miles)

    Shepperton
    (1.69 miles)

    Byfleet and New Haw
    (1.84 miles)

  • Weybridge has an active community with a vast amount of sports and hobbies available for all ages.

    York column is the dominant feature of the Weybridge skyline. It was paid for by the inhabitants of Weybridge and dedicated to the Duchess of York in 1822.

    The Brooklands Museum has a fascinating collection of airplanes and cars, including a Concorde Supersonic airplane. Mercedes-Benz World is also located on the Brooklands site, offering test drives on the handling circuit, along with other activities. The Elmbridge Museum is the place to visit for a wealth of information about the local area and its history, going back over 1,000 years.

    There are plenty of green open spaces to relax and participate in some fun activities. These include Quadrant and Monument Green, Brooklands Community Park, Oatlands and Churchfields recreation ground.

    Weybridge in the early days was a river crossing. In 1537 Henry VIII built the Oatlands Palace and was married to Katherine Howard. However, it was demolished in 1650 with the materials used to line the canal. In 1838, the local railway station was opened, which encouraged a population increase from 930 to nearly 4,000 in 1891. Weybridge officially became a town in 1895 with the development of the Weybridge Urban District Council. In 1974 Elmbridge Borough Council was formed with the towns of Walton and Esher.

    The annual rate of council tax in Weybridge varies, and is dependant on a property's valuation band. The valuation band is determined by the value of the property and the current rates for the local council.

    Council Tax in Weybridge is levied by Elmbridge local authority

    Band 2013 2012 rise/fall
    Band A £ £1034.89 -100.00 %
    Band B £ £1207.38 -100.00 %
    Band C £ £1379.86 -100.00 %
    Band D £ £1552.34 -100.00 %
    Band E £ £1897.3 -100.00 %
    Band F £ £2242.27 -100.00 %
    Band G £ £2587.23 -100.00 %
    Band H £ £3104.68 -100.00 %
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    Thames Medical Llp Marlborough House
    Marlborough House
    Church Street
    Weybridge
    Surrey KT13 8DX
    Independent Sector Healthcare Provider Sites

    0.08 miles
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    Thames Medical [High Street]
    Marlborough House
    68 High Street
    Weybridge
    Surrey KT13 8BL
    Independent Sector Healthcare Provider Sites

    0.10 miles
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    Weybridge Childrens Centre
    The Pavillion
    Churchfield Road
    Weybridge
    Surrey KT13 8DB
    NHS Trust Sites

    0.14 miles
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    Thames Medical [Church Street]
    Weybridge H'Pital&primary Care C'Tr
    Church Street
    Weybridge
    Surrey KT13 8DW
    Independent Sector Healthcare Provider Sites

    0.14 miles
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    Weybridge Community Hospital
    22 Church Street
    Weybridge
    Surrey KT13 8DY
    NHS Trust Sites

    0.14 miles
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    Weybridge Health Centre
    22 Church Street
    Weybridge
    Surrey KT13 8DW
    NHS Trust Sites

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