Revamped Mole Valley District Council Website

Mole Valley District Council’s website is displaying a new and more modern look. The new website’s homepage has been refreshed so that users can find the most popular online features more easily, such as searching for a Planning Application.

Councillor Hazel Watson, Cabinet Member for Community, said: “Having listened to comments and feedback about our corporate website, we have responded by making some improvements; particularly to the layout of the homepage and the site’s overall look. 

“Investment in a new site was necessary. Recent events have only further highlighted what we already knew, just how essential the website is for businesses and residents. We will keep working on additional features to build on the improvements made, but this new site already offers greater stability and security.

“Having a modern and intuitive website is absolutely vital in providing users who want to self-serve online the ability to be able to do so quickly and easily. Our customers can of course still contact us over the phone or by visiting our offices, but our website allows greater flexibility for customers to be able to pay or apply for essential services 24/7.

“The new website still retains the popular My Mole Valley and email alert service, My Alerts. These online services allow users to find information relevant to their postcode, in addition to being able to subscribe to receive emails to remind them about their bins collections or alerted to planning applications close to where they live. We always value feedback from users of the website and each page of the site will still provide the option to leave a comment.

“A relatively recent addition to the online services we offer is our news website, which presents all the latest Mole Valley District Council news in one place. Visit to see for yourself.

“The quickest way to find the latest news relating to us and our partners is by following us on Social Media. We are available on Twitter @molevalleydc, Facebook and Instagram too”   

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