The Police and Crime Commissioner David Munro and Chief Constable Gavin Stephens visited the site back in March before the Covid-19 lockdown to see the demolition work begin.
The PCC said: “The plans for our new headquarters site have been gathering pace in recent months and we have reached an exciting milestone in the project.
“We want to build a new base that is fit for a modern police force and felt Scott Brownrigg provided a really exciting vision of what that could look like.
“I was delighted to see first-hand the progress that is being made when I visited the site back in March and since then it has been full steam ahead despite the challenges of the Covid-19 pandemic.
“I believe this project will not only provide Surrey Police with a much better working environment for our officers and staff but will also hopefully give a welcome boost to the local economy.
“Since we purchased the site last year there has been a lot of work going on behind the scenes to get to this point and we still have a long road ahead.
“However the project team is now complete and we can look forward to putting those detailed plans in place that will help shape the future of policing in this county.”
Chief Constable Gavin Stephens said: “It’s great to see such tangible progress in our plan to build a state of the art headquarters and operational base.
“Moving to the centre of the county makes good sense for us, as does selling some of our outdated and costly buildings and replacing them with a purpose-built, efficient estate.
“The move will not alter our local policing presence at all; we are committed to making sure our officers are there whenever they are needed. I especially want to reassure residents of Woking and Reigate, where we will be closing sites, that neighbourhood policing teams will still have bases in both areas.
“The new HQ and eastern base will be a high quality, flexible and sustainable building that fulfils our aspiration to become part of the local community and allows us to meet the challenges of providing an outstanding policing service for the people of Surrey.”
Erika Gemmell, Scott Brownrigg Director said: “Scott Brownrigg are delighted to be helping Surrey Police create their new Operational HQ. Focusing on sustainability and collaboration, this new facility will be a home for the invaluable work the Force undertakes across the county. Within a setting that promotes diversity and inclusion, it will offer a new highly efficient and agile working environment.”