Kingston Focus



Massive win as Lidl is rejected


Local Lib Dem Cllrs have rejected Lidl's application to build a supermarket in quiet residential Manorgate Road.

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Norbiton residents unlock a problem at Cemetery



Your Liberal Democrat Councillors have helped set up a community group to take responsibility for the pedestrian gates at Kingston cemetery.

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New All-Weather Pitch for North Kingston

“It was great to see so many local people there to see the opening of the new all-weather pitch”

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New Lidl for North Kingston?



Local Lib Dem Councillors spent a cold Saturday morning out speaking to residents on roads surrounding where a new Lidl could be built.

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Number of Council homes on Cambridge Road Estate to rise



History was made this evening when the Liberal Democrats running Kingston Council confirmed plans to build the first council homes in the borough in over 20 years.

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Cambridge Road Estate — Funding secured by Liberal Democrats for more council homes



The Liberal Democrat Councillors on Kingston Council have secured extra funding from London's Mayor to build more council homes on Norbiton's Cambridge Road Estate.

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Cambridge Road Estate ballot — costs explained


(Councillors Olly Wehring and Dave Ryder-Mills discussing the regeneration with a resident from the Cambridge Road Estate)

The Liberal Democrat administration on Kingston Council has committed to giving the residents of Cambridge Road Estate a say on the future of a regeneration project that would have a major effect on their homes.

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Unpopular kerb to go




Councillors have voted to remove an unpopular ‘built out kerb’ at Buckingham Road after concerns were raised by residents.

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Norbiton Hall – A locally-listed asset for Kingston



Councillors have voted in favour of granting local listing status to Norbiton Hall in Kingston at a recent Kingston Neighbourhood Commitee meeting.

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A final say for Cambridge Road Estate residents

Photo of Norbiton’s Councillors, Dave Ryder-Mills and Olly Wehring, talking to a resident in Cambridge Road Estate.


Local Liberal Democrats have committed to working with the community on the proposed regeneration of Cambridge Road Estate, and to hold a ballot of residents on the final regeneration deal.

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