Campaigns

Environmental Champion chosen for Tudor by-election


Marilyn planting a community garden in the Borough.

Marilyn Mason for Tudor ward

The North Kingston Liberal Democrats have chosen Marilyn Mason, a local environmental champion, to fight the Tudor ward by-election on 16th October.

Tudor Ward survey

Please take 60 seconds to fill this survey in. It will really help us with our campaigns to make our area better.

Marilyn Mason
Liberal Democrat candidate for the by-election in Tudor ward

20mph speed limits in Surbiton - sign the petition

On 2nd September 2014 at Surbiton neighbourhood meeting the local Tories reached a new low and showed their true colours on local decision making.

20mph proposals for Surbiton

Open the Richmond Road entrance to Kingston Station

Robin Meltzer, the Liberal Democrat Parliamentary Campaigner for Richmond Park and North Kingston, has met with Network Rail to discuss the opening of the Richmond Road entrance to Kingston station, particularly during peak hours. It is currently open open late at night when the main entrance is closed.

Threat to Chessington Green Belt - sign the petition

Plans backed by the Conservative Deputy Mayor for Housing at City Hall propose to build up to 70,000 homes in Chessington and create a new London ‘suburb’ across the green belt.

Petition to improve the K4 bus service


According to the Mayor of London, every Londoner should live within 400m of a bus stop with a good bus service. Many residents in Surbiton and Chessington not only live over 400m from a bus stop, but the service is very poor. The K4 bus only runs every half an hour with no service on Sunday!

Stop the pink shop petition

The Building of Townscape Merit that was Turners Jewellery Shop has been turned pink!

Red Lion Road Industrial Estate petition

The Red Lion Road Industrial Estate has long since grown past being a small, local industrial area employing people from the local community. Like many other industrial estates, it now comprises

Save Millbank House police front desk – update

Councillors Sushila Abraham, Malcolm Self and Liz Green

Fix the Gap

Anyone who uses Norbiton Station will know about the dangerous gap between the train and the platform. Mothers with small children and older people, in particular struggle to get on and off trains daily.

Join our campaign to persuade South West Trains and Network Rail to address the dangerously wide gap between the platform and the trains at Norbiton station.

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