Welcome to the website of the Hoe Valley Neighbourhood Forum

Explore the vibrant heartlands of Woking and its cherished historic villages: Old Woking, Kingfield, and Westfield.

At the Hoe Valley Neighbourhood Forum, we’re dedicated to preserving the rich heritage and fostering the unique community spirit of our area. Rooted in tradition yet embracing modernity, our forum serves as a hub for residents, businesses, and stakeholders alike.

Forum area

Our Forum area covers the whole of the Hoe Valley ward covering Westfield, Kingfield and Old Woking.

Our area encompasses a number of open spaces and recreation spaces including Westfield Common, River Wey environs, Hoe Stream, Loop Road, and others.

About the Forum

Formed in 2018 the forum represents the interests of residents in Old Woking, Kingfield & Westfield.

The Forum was set up to produce a Neighbourhood Plan for Hoe Valley on order to  influence development and prioritise community infrastructure investment based on our community’s need.  

We are currently drafting our plan Plan, conducting consultations and evidence gathering.

You can follow our progress and/or get involved via this website.

Review our local Plan

The Hoe Valley Neighbourhood Forum has published a full draft of out local Neighbourhood plan and now invite all local residents and businesses to review the plan and comment on upon it.

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Our Area

The forum covers the following village areas:

Old Woking

Old Woking is the original village settlement predating the modern town by 1000 years and containing a number of historic buildings predating 1700.

Kingfield

Kingfield is a village community in south Woking predating the Norman conquest recorded as one of the ancient tithings of the Manor of Woking Rectory.

Westfield

Westfield is a semi-rural settlement in south Woking – one of three ‘open fields’ of the ancient town of Old Woking first recorded in 1548.