No more robbing Peter to pay Paul with Kingston's children



The Liberal Democrat administration on Kingston Council has vowed not to take any money out of the schools budget next year.

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Kingston Hospital considers Liberal Democrat-proposed blue badge parking solution



Liberal Democrat Councillors have put forward an alternative to car parking charges for disabled blue badge holders at Kingston Hospital.

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School creates “no dog fouling” posters



Art is being used to help stop persistent dog fouling in Kingston.

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Kingston’s battle against bankruptcy



An irresponsible approach to finances by the previous Conservative administration has left Kingston Council battling against bankruptcy.

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Tree-mendous: trees to be planted across Kingston



Kingston Council have confirmed that 500 new trees will be planted across the borough this Autumn.

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Why has development on Toby Jug site get the green light this time?



“New planning laws gave Council no choice” — Ed Davey MP

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"One less knife on our streets means a safer Kingston for us all" Cllr Munir Ravalia

 

Photo of Councillor Munir Ravalia

Sadly, our Borough has succumbed to the tragedy our youth are facing, that of senseless killings due to knife crime.

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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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World Car-Free Day success (despite the rain)



World Car-Free Day comes to Kingston

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Creating a better New Malden



Kingston Liberal Democrats have been engaging with an organisation called "Create Streets" to help develop a scheme at Cocks Crescent in New Malden that will be fit for the whole community.

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Liberal Democrats agree vision for Kingston’s historic riverside



The newly-elected Liberal Democrat administration on Kingston Council has set out its vision for the long-term future of Kingston’s riverside.

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Kingston says "YES" to a final say



‘Brexitometers’ across the Kingston Borough have shown an overwhelming support for a final say on Brexit according to local Liberal Democrats.

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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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Kingston’s water rates inquiry confirmed

Kingston Liberal Democrats have reiterated their commitment to holding an inquiry into whether council tenants have been paying too much in rent payments and water rates combined.

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