is a town in Surrey
, part of the London commuter belt
It came into being when a road was built in 1818. The settlement was originally known as Warwick Town and became known Redhill when the post office moved from Red Hill Common in 1856.
It is part of Reigate and Banstead District Council. As of October, 2003 Redhill's MP is Crispin Blunt, the Conservative MP for Reigate.