Raj Haque

District Councillor for Fetcham

21 Dawnay Road,
Bookham, Surrey
KT23 4PE

tel; 01372 457861

Raj Haque is a well-known face in Bookham and Fetcham, having lived here for over 40 years and as owner of the popular Fetcham Tandoori restaurant. Since his election to Mole Valley District Council in 2010, Raj has worked hard for residents, both in his own ward of Fetcham West and across Mole Valley as Chairman of the Council in 2018-19. Raj believes in working with other councillors and residents to get things done, and is always willing to help those in need, whether during the floods of 2013/14, supporting key workers during the pandemic, or through charity work. His proudest achievements include getting Cock Lane repaired, a 20mph zone for Fetcham's schools, and saving Fetcham's Molebridge surgery from closure.

Most of the complaints Raj has to deal with relate to the failings of Surrey County Council. Raj shares residents' frustration at the wasted costs and lack of investment in Surrey's crumbling roads and infrastructure, the slow progress in replacing Bookham Youth Centre which was closed by Surrey County Council in 2019, and the lack of support for local schools including SEND provision. Raj believes we all deserve and can do better.

Raj is committed to tackling climate change and protecting our environment. On Mole Valley's Development Management Committee, Raj has helped protect our Green Belt from inappropriate development. He now wants to extend this work to Surrey-wide issues such as promoting more active travel, addressing the lack of public transport and improving the energy-efficiency of Surrey services and buildings.

Raj Haque

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