Chipstead, a land with curved valleys, is a village in north-east Surrey, England. It has been a small ecclesiastical parish since 1086. Its rolling landscape shows that its development was late and restricted compared to other nearby parishes from London. Chipstead had 66 homes in 1831 and now the village has 1,212 homes spread across the landscape. Housing and parks span the east slopes of a narrow valley and known as Chipstead Valley or Chipstead Bottom, a dry valley. Till 1934 Chipstead was considered as a part of Reigate Rural District.
Chipstead had a population of 6,912 as at the United Kingdom 2011 Census, which is 2.3% of the borough’s population and it has occupied 7.4% of the borough’s total area. Less than 33% of the borough’s population has own dwelling, 8% of Chipstead homes were flats or apartments. In total 380 Chipstead residents, 24% of the population in 2011 was retired.
Chipstead railway station lies on the Tattenham Corner Line. There are no bus services through the village. A route passes its suburban northern edge to serve neighbouring Woodmansterne, run by Arriva London for London Buses. Another route passes through Hooley, a short walk from the church. Other services are at Banstead and Coulsdon. These all connectivity fulfils the requirement of the population of this city.