How should our local parks and open spaces be improved?

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Kingston Council has borrowed £1 Million for improvements for parks, so we’d like to know what you think are the most important areas for improvements.

“We believe residents who use our parks and green spaces are best placed to let us know what improvements they would like to see,” says Surbiton Liberal Democrat Councillor Diane White.

“Unfortunately, Kingston’s Conservative Councillors just asked themselves! The list they came up with is virtually all in areas with only Tory Councillors, so we want to make sure all residents have a say.”


How should our local parks and open spaces be improved?

Tell us by using the comments box below.

(or email Lib Dem councillor Diane White at diane@stmarkslibdems.co.uk)


 


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  • commented 2017-03-14 13:36:28 +0000
    I’d like to see more wildlife ponds in as many of our parks as possible – as long as they’re safe.

    The play equipment in Alexandra playground is pretty outdated. Given it’s such a busy playground that serves a big area, it should be upgraded to at least the same standard of play equipment as the Victoria rec ground.
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