GE2019 Results



2019 General Elections results


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Kingston Liberal Democrats thinking globally, acting locally on Climate Change



The Liberal Democrats on Kingston Council have backed up the recent declaration of a Climate Emergency in the borough by committing to strongly encourage efforts to address environmental issues locally.

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Primary School Expansion Approved



Liberal Democrats have approved the expansion of Burlington Junior School in New Malden

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New primary school to open in Kingston


Lib Dem run Kingston Council has approved the sale of King Charles Centre in Surbiton to develop a new primary free school.

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Liberal Democrats launch 'Clean Air for Schools' trial



Kingston is set to launch a 'Clean Air for Schools' trial within the borough, as the Liberal Democrat-run council continues to push for improved air quality for residents.

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A constitution fit for the modern age

Kingston Liberal Democrats have proposed a review of the council's constitution that will see the Royal Borough into the twenty-first century, allowing new ways for local residents to engage with democracy.

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Lib Dems win fight for better redevelopment in Kingston



Liberal Democrats welcome rejection of high-rise development planning

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State of the Borough Debate 2019



For the first time, local residents are being invited to cast their votes on the topic of this year's State of the Borough Debate happening on Thursday 21 November 2019.

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Lib Dem run Kingston Council to mark Pride in London



Pride Flag has been raised above Kingston's Guildhall for the first time ever on Monday, 1 July to mark Pride in London.

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Kingston Council to retain financial support for The Rose


Kingston's Liberal Democrat Council has reiterated its commitment to The Rose Theatre, and will continue its financial support.

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Green light for new Dementia Care Home



Last night the Liberal Democrat controlled Council gave the go-ahead for an 80-bed Dementia Care Home to meet a pressing need in the borough.

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New review of Temporary Accommodation



Councillor for Norbiton Ward, Emily Davey, has announced a wholescale review of Temporary Accommodation in Kingston.

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Mental Health Awareness Week



Last Monday, to mark Mental Health Awareness Week, Kingston Council had a stall in the Marketplace to promote good mental health, making the point that over 35% of our waking hours are spent in our workplaces to underline the importance of good mental health practise in the workplace.

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Rose Theatre - Statement from Cllr Liz Green, Leader of the Council

We remain committed to seeing the Rose Theatre thrive whilst balancing the need to be financially prudent to match our reduced income and look forward to working with the current management team and trustees to achieve this aim.

The Liberal Democrats were proud to help set up the Rose Theatre over 10 years ago. A new five year funding deal was agreed with the council in 2015, and since then over £1.6 million funding for the Rose will have been provided by the council by March 2020.

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Lib Dems withdraw permit charge proposals, but fight goes on to clean Kingston's air



A well-attended meeting of Kingston Council earlier this week gave residents the opportunity to voice their concerns about the proposal to introduce emissions-based charges for parking permits in Controlled Parking Zones (CPZs) across the borough.

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