Tolworth Focus


Tolworth Action Group to launch Judicial Review

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Tolworth Action Group (TAG) to launch Judicial Review against Kingston Council over Tolworth Tower plans

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Tories let you down again - Boris rubber stamps Tolworth Towers

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This afternoon, regrettably, the Conservative London Mayor, Boris Johnson, has not used his powers to help residents of Tolworth. Instead, he has rubber stamped the decision by Kingston's Conservatives for the overdevelopment of the Tolworth Tower site.

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Cllr Tom Davies: Why I oppose the Tolworth Towers

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Huge disappointment at Tolworth Tower decision

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Kingston Liberal Democrats are hugely disappointed that the Tolworth Tower planning application was approved last night.

Cllr Liz Green said:

"I believe this is overdevelopment for this site,

  • will increase traffic,
  • reduce air quality, and
  • there was not nearly enough of a contribution for affordable homes.
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Petition launched as Conservatives force through Tolworth tower plans

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Tory councillors have forced through the planning application which will see four further towers alongside Tolworth Tower on the Broadway. The towers will be 5, 12, 15 and 19 storeys high.

Local residents told them they were concerned about even more traffic, pressure on local schools and doctors, lack of affordable homes for local people and deteriorating air quality. But every single Tory councillor voted for the controversial development.

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More Kingston Tory double standards - surely Kevin Davis must now sack Cllr Hudson!

Kingston Conservative Leader's 2005 words come back to haunt him. This week, Liberal Democrat Leader, Cllr. Liz Green, is making public a letter sent from Cllr.Kevin Davis. 

Councillor Green explains.......

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An open letter to Cllr Kevin Davis

Lib Dem councillors Rachel Reid and Malcolm Self pen an open letter to Conservative Leader Kevin Davis, appealing for residents voices to be heard before the Conservative Council considers major Tolworth planning applications.

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Tom Davies, Lib Dem candidate in Tolworth & Hook Rise ward, writes

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I am sure like me, you value our local community in Tolworth, Hook, Chessington and Surbiton. We live in a fantastic location within the Royal Borough of Kingston. I am proud to be a part of this community and want to ensure that the local people who make up this community, have their say in how it is shaped.

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'Your Money, You Decide' event as South of the Borough celebrates 20 years of local decision making

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From left: Cllrs Thay Thayalan, Vicki Harris, Lorraine Rolfe, Rachel Reid, Tricia Bamford, Margaret Thompson

It is a well established fact that local Liberal Democrats are committed to the local communities they represent. And celebrating twenty years since they devolved local decision making to Neighbourhoods, the mantra to listen and involve residents is still very much alive in Lib Dem run South of the Borough Neighbourhood.

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We win! Tesco abandons plans for Tolworth superstore

Liberal Democrat campaigners are celebrating at the news that Tesco have decided against building a superstore by Tolworth roundabout. Instead, Tesco plan to develop the whole site for much-needed housing.

For full details of the Lib Dem campaign, led by local councillors and Edward Davey, see www.everylittlehurts.co.uk.


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