Laleham and Shepperton Division

The Conservative Councillor for the Laleham and Shepperton Division (which includes Charlton Village) of Surrey County Council is 

Richard Walsh

Richard was re-elected in the 4th May 2017 County Council elections with a 1506 majority

Richard is currently the Cabinet Member for Localities and Community Wellbeing on Surrey County Council.

Watersplash Farm campaign


We continue to fight the gravel application at Watersplash Farm and stop a further 300 HGV’s per day on Shepperton roads.

Station Road campaign


We have constantly been improving the roads and pavements and we have been working towards fixing the drainage/flooding problems in the area.

HGV campaign


We want the Littleton Lane Industrial site to go (due by 2019) to reduce the number of HGV’s on our local roads.

Latest News

Improvements to play area on Shepperton Studios Estate

No to further gravel extraction.

Traffic calming in Laleham Villiage

Improving Laleham and Shepperton Villages

Opposing gasifier at Carlton Lane 



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Street Lighting InTouch April 2017 601.95 KB
Introducing Richard Walsh (SCC election May 2017) 1.96 MB
Manifesto for the May 2017 election to Surrey CC 2.15 MB
Richard Calling Card Feb 2017 1.19 MB
InTouch Spring 2016 1.21 MB


Floods - Rising to the challenge


As a community we have faced one of our biggest local crises in years with the flooding of the Thames in January and February this year.  The waters are still receding and sadly many local residents are either currently homeless or suffering great hardship. 

ECO Park

On 19 March 2015, approval was given by Surrey County Council to SITA Surrey to commence the construction of the Eco Park. This was despite objections by Spelthorne Borough Council and local councillors.


ECO PARK: our position and the facts (spring 2016)


Richard Walsh

Richard Walsh is the Surrey County Councillor for Laleham and Shepperton

Cabinet Member for Localities and Community Wellbeing on Surrey County Council

Richard was re-elected to Surrey County Council on 4th May 2017 with a 1506 majority