Putting safety first in Surbiton



A new controlled pedestrian crossing is planned on Upper Brighton Road.

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Lib Dem Councillors organise road safety meeting for residents



An open meeting has been organised by local Lib Dem Councillors after residents raised concerns about road safety in New Malden.

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Kingston Council wants to hear from you



Lib Dem run Kingston Council will be hosting several "Let’s Talk" events across the Borough. 

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Kingston appoints disability champion



Kingston Council has appointed Chessington and Lib Dem Councillor Christine Stuart as their first Disability Champion.

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New affordable homes for New Malden



Kingston Council has given the green light to a new development in New Malden where EVERY new home will be available for affordable rent*

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Christmas tree for Surbiton



Lib Dem Councillors have managed to secure a Christmas tree for Surbiton Town Centre after months of work.

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Making Berrylands station better, together



Local Lib Dem Councillors have been supporting the work of the Rose Walk Residents Association for the “Adopt a Station” scheme.

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Liberal Democrats lead exciting on-the-go recycling proposals for Kingston's street bins



Kingston's Liberal Democrat Councillors are spearheading a revolutionary way to recycle rubbish from street bins in and around Kingston.

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Millions of pounds saved as Lib Dems fight Kingston Council bankruptcy



In the battle to save Kingston Council from bankruptcy, the Liberal Democrat administration has SLASHED the projected overspend for the year.

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Lib Dem frustration at hospital disabled parking charges



Kingston Hospital to charge ‘blue badge’ holders despite Lib Dem backing for free parking.

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Parking permit implementation



A resident permit parking scheme has recently been approved by the Surbiton Neighbourhood Committee for roads in Berrylands after a consultation.

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New Malden – London’s Little Korea



New Malden has been home to a large Korean population since the 1980s with approximately 20,000 now living in the local area. Below is a bitesize history of New Malden and how it became London’s Little Korea.

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Consulting residents on Kingston's future



The first consultation on Kingston Borough's Local Plan will begin early spring 2019.

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Building a business-friendly Kingston



Kingston Council has pledged to “make things easier and better for businesses” in the borough.

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Kingston Council officially supports a People’s Vote on Brexit



At this year’s State Of The Borough debate, held yesterday at the Guildhall in Kingston, the often-contentious topic of Brexit was discussed, specifically how it would affect the Borough.

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