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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Retaining visitor scratchcards



Under your new Liberal Democrat council, visitor paper parking permits are here to stay.

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Kingston Conservatives ignore Brexit effect on local residents



Tory Councillors have decided not to attend this evening's meeting of Kingston Council, which will consider the local effects of Brexit.

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Counting the cost of Tory street-trading mistakes



Kingston's Liberal Democrat Councillors have overhauled an out-of-date street-trading framework left by the previous Tory administration that penalises popular farmers markets, and costs the Council thousands of pounds.

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Kingston shoppers have their say on Brexit

A colourful ‘Brexitometer’ gave Kingston shoppers the opportunity to air their views on Brexit over the weekend.

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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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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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