Lib Dem run Kingston Council will be hosting several "Let’s Talk" events across the Borough.
Let’s Talk sessions aim to involve local residents in the decision making processes which are taking place at Kingston Council.
This will be an opportunity for residents to hear first-hand from a host of councillors about the immediate financial pressures we are facing as a borough and their plans for the budget in 2019/20.
And it will also give residents the opportunity to share ideas and thoughts with others from the local community.
The first Let’s Talk event will take place on the 13th December, and there will be 3 more events in January 2019. A full list can be found below.
|Thursday 13 December 2018||10.00 – noon||Hook Centre, Green End, Chessington, KT9 1AE|
|Tuesday 15 January 2019||19.00 – 21.00||Kingston College, Kingston Hall Road, KT1 2AQ|
|Thursday 17 January 2019||19.00 – 21.00||Surbiton Library, Ewell Road, Surbiton, KT6 6AG|
|Saturday 19 January 2019||10:30 – 12:30||New Malden Methodist Church, High Street, New Malden, KT3 4BY|
Leader of the Council, Cllr Liz Green, said, “With local government facing continued pressure to reduce budgets while striving to improve services, we want to hear from Kingston residents to understand more clearly what their priorities are, so that we can ensure that Council budgets deliver the best value for money and meet residents expectations.”
The Council is planning to host more Let’s Talk sessions next year that will also focus on a wide range of other topics to ensure residents have their say on local matters that are important to them. For more details about Let’s Talk, book your place and submit questions in advance, visit Kingston Council's website at www.kingston.gov.uk/lets-talk.