Welcome to the public notice site brought to you by Tindle Newspapers Ltd, we have developed the site with our local communities in mind, enabling you to access directly any potential development plans for the area you live in.

You will find public notices commissioned by; DOLLMAN & PRITCHARD, East Hamsphire District Council, Rathbone Trust Legal Services, Licensing Partnership, Berry & Lamberts , BRUNSWICK LAW, Streeter Marshall, Tandridge District Council, Sevenoaks , Woolsey Morris & Kennedy, Southborough Primary School, Southborough Primary School, LLOYDS BANK PLC ADMINISTRATION SERVICE, Harrops @ Hepburn, PAUL LOGAN, Victoria Hiorns, Streeter Marshall, THOMAS DUNTON SOLICITORS, jevons Riley & Pope, Basildon Council, MAYO WYNNE BAXTER LLP, TG BAINES, SNS Solicitors, judge & Priestley, PURSUANT TO THE TRUSTEE ACT 1925, PURSUANT TO THE TRUSTEE ACT 1925, DMH STALLARD LLP, CO-OP LEGAL SERVICES LIMITED, HOLE & PUGSLEY SOLICITORS, Inheritance Planning Company, CUFF & Gough, Charles Russell Speechlys LLP, MAYO WYNNE BAXTER LLP, Public Protection, GARETH EDWARDS, Hugh James Solicitors, Waverley Borough Council, , Rochford District Council, Superior Access Scaffolding Ltd , Underwood Solicitors LLP , WHITEHEAD MONCKTON LIMITED, MORRISONS SOLICITORS LLP, Trustee Act Section 27, Highways England, Black Box Planning, ODIHAM PARISH COUNCIL, Trustee Act Section 27, Surrey County Council, J E BENNETT LAW, KLR Solicitors, Shield Scaffolding, Southend-On-Sea Borough Council, SANDRA ANNA SAXTON, Traffic Commissioners office, TRAFFIC COMMISSIONER , TANDRIDGE DISTRICT COUNCIL, Glynis A Johnstone, THACKRAY WILLIAMS LLP, TEMPORARY PROHIBITION, DUNN & Baker Solicitors, ALDRIDGE BROWNLEE SOLICITORS LLP, John Frederick Sapsford, CO-OP LEGAL SERVICES LIMITED, public propection, TANDRIDGE DISTRICT COUNCIL, Haslemere Town Council, PURSUANT TO THE TRUSTEE ACT 1925, Public Protection, Licensing and Business Support, these include notices for highways, planning, residential and business applications.

Furthermore the notices on this site are interactive which, means that that you have the opportunity to respond to the relevant council department if you wish to give your feedback, so no need to write letters - you can make your opinions known to the relevant person.

If you wish to remain anonymous you can respond in the strictest of confidence or if you prefer you can make your point of view public.