After the Conservative-run Council published a development brief for Kingston’s Eden Quarter, encouraging proposals for a new tower block on the corner of Brook St and Wheatfield Way, private developers have submitted a new planning application for a twenty-one storey building.
Kingston's Athelstan Recreation ground is in desperate need of improvement.
The playground has not seen any investment since 2010, and it needs upgrading to provide a valuable resource for the local community.
Liberal Democrat Councillors Rebekah Moll, Jon Tolley and Bill Brisbane are trying to raise funds but we need your help!
Petition calls on the leader of Kingston Borough Council to
1. Pressurise private landlords to clear up and maintain Broad Oaks, Tolworth
2. Prevent further fly-tipping, and
3. Ensure access to properties is made safe.
Liberal Democrats and Chessington residents call upon the Mayor of London to oppose plans to build on our Green Belt. We want to ensure that housing developments continue to be decided in consultation with local residents by the Royal Borough of Kingston.
The youth service in Kingston, run by Achieving for Children, have launched a consultation on closing Kingston borough's youth centres. Chessington's Devon Way Youth centre is vital for children and young people, not only in the south of the borough but for many across the borough.
Many New Malden residents have told us what a nightmare the Fountain roundabout can be for driving, cycling, walking or on public transport. We want Conservative-run Kingston Council to make improvements - based on YOUR feedback.
Recent reports suggest there are plans for 100's of houses, a swimming pool and a stadium on a Green Belt site at Garrison Lane, Chessington. Take our 1 minute survey on whether Green Belt development is acceptable.
Block the Tory Council’s proposals to get rid of Kingston’s iconic tumbling phone boxes at the junction of Old London Rd and Clarence St.
The phone boxes, which feature in many photos and postcards of Kingston, have become a popular and recognisable feature of Kingston town centre.
The residents of Woodgate Avenue and the surrounding North Chessington area call on Kingston Council to invest in the playground on Woodgate Avenue. It is a health and safety hazard, badly neglected and has extremely poor facilities.
Kevin Davis and his Kingston Conservatives have refused to allow public scrutiny of how FOUR MILLION POUNDS of council tax payers' money will be spent on Kingston Futures, the quango that markets Kingston to property developers.
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Overflowing green boxes? Oversized, leaking blue bins?
Storing recyclables for two weeks? Worried about Kingston's good record on recycling? Emily Davey launches a petition against Kingston Council's cuts to your recycling collections.
Berrylands is one of the safest wards in London. Cuts proposed by the Conservative Mayor of London put this record and reputation at risk. Sign the Lib Dem petition against closing the police front desk at Millbank House.
Local Lib Dem MP Ed Davey has launched a petition to stop the Tory-run Council from paving over a section of the Fairfield opposite Kingston Library. The proposals are set out as part of a Council commissioned development brief for the “Eden Quarter”.
To help the Police deal with alcohol related anti social behaviour in Kingston Town centre at night, Kingston's Liberal Democrat Council Administration is calling for a new Designated Public Places Order (DPPO.)
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