In an non emergency you can ring 101 and ask to speak to the Reigate and Banstead Neighbourhood Team based at the Reigate Town Hall. If we are not available, the operator can be asked to leave us with a message or you can directed towards our voicemail if we are not on duty when the call comes through. You can also come to the front desk of Reigate Police Station between 8am and 10pm or use the yellow phone outside the police station outside these hours.
The Safer Neighbourhood Team are based at the Town Hall so that we can liaise with other agencies and members of the public are welcome to contact us there if they require a face to face conversation or we can try and visit at the home address or even somewhere else if necessary. The team are also available via email at
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Banstead Village is governed by a two-tier local government structure, with the local Reigate and Banstead Borough Council and the overall Surrey County Council. At the local level we are represented by councillors Eddy Humphreys, Sam Walsh and Nadean Moses and on Surrey County Council by Mr Ken Gulati. BVRA works closely with RBBC on planning matters, the Local Development Framework and other matters relating to the village. We also work with Surrey County Council (SCC) which is responsible for the local infrastructure. We meet regularly with representatives of the local authorities, including councillors, either at the Town Centre Management Committee or in our own committee meetings.