Lib Dems 'upset the people in power' as Conservative Leader silences debate

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Lib Dems are left reeling after their motion submitted for debate at Full Council later this month has been withdrawn by senior officers following a complaint from the Conservative Leader of the Council, Kevin Davis.

The motion highlighted concerns raised by many local people and sought to ask the Leader of the Council to choose between his role as Leader of the Council and his employment as Chief Operating Officer of a public affairs company that works with property developers.

Lib Dem candidates chosen for Council by-elections on May 7th

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There will be two Council by-elections on May 7th, the same day as the General Election.

Following the resignation of long serving Councillor Vicki Harris, Tom Davies will be standing in Tolworth & Hook Rise ward.

In Grove ward Rebekah Moll will be hoping to replace Councillor Stephen Brister who has also resigned.

Tories want more motorists fined

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In this year’s budget, Kingston’s Conservative Administration have plans to introduce eight more bus lane and box junction cameras, to raise more funds for the Council. The extra unattended cameras will be in locations where frequent contraventions take place, but not necessarily where safety is the primary concern.

Why should residents pay twice for the police?

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Liberal Democrats raise concerns

The Conservative Administration has made a budget announcement that Kingston Council, with the support of the Mayor of London, Boris Johnson will fund extra police in the town centre of Kingston.

Councillor Liz Green, Leader of the Liberal Democrats said:

Money for Tory priorities should be spent to keep weekly recycling

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First sight of Conservative Budget

George Osborne’s Autumn Statement brought more bad news for Kingston’s residents. Public spending in the next Parliament will fall to the lowest level for 80 years.

Thames Agreement well and truly sunk - leaves large budget hole for future years

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Today shock waves went through Kingston Council as an announcement was made that will see both Conservative Boroughs of Richmond and Wandsworth now sharing council services. The announcement brings to an end any plans the Conservatives had locally to merge services with Richmond.

Councillor Liz Green, Leader of the Liberal Democrats said

Residents urged to make their views knows at the Public Exhibition for Kingston’s Old Post Office planning application

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Kingston Liberal Democrat Councillor for Grove Ward, Stephen Brister, is urging residents to make their views known on the planning application for the Old Post Office Site in Kingston.

The plans for St George’s planning application are on display later this week (15 Jan, 16 Jan and 17 Jan) at a Public Exhibition at the Old Post Office building.

Lib Dems launch petition to save Kingston’s iconic “tumbling telephone boxes”

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Click here to sign the petition.

Kingston Liberal Democrats have launched a petition to save the tumbling telephone boxes at the junction of Old London Rd and Clarence St. The telephone box installation is one of the best known symbols of Kingston, featuring on many postcards and photos of the town.

Help us save Kingston’s tumbling phone boxes

Sign the petition to save the phone boxes

Lib Dem councillors Stephen Brister and Chrissie Hitchcock, alongside MP for Kingston and Surbiton Ed Davey, have launched a campaign to 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.

21 storey tower block for Kingston?

Sign the petition against this development

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.

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