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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"Since we took control of Kingston Council, we have not cut any police budgets"

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  by Liz Green, Leader of Kingston Council


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Lib Dems have now run Kingston Council for 100 Days

The Liberal Democrat Council in Kingston - The First 100 Days, by Olly Wehring - Councillor for Norbiton


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Today marks 100 days since Kingston Liberal Democrats regained control of Kingston Council, following the local elections on 3 May.
The turnaround, from 18 Lib Dem and 26 Conservative Councillors to 39 Lib Dems and 9 Cons, swept the Lib Dems back into The Guildhall. We have a mix of experienced and new Councillors in our group that brings together the wisdom of the ages and the wisdom of the age.


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Explore Kingston on foot this August

The Liberal Democrats at Kingston Council are encouraging residents to get out and explore our wonderful Borough on foot this August.

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"Your Kingston" Grant

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Apply now for a 'Your Kingston' grant

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"Votes at 16" Kingston Lib Dems

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In a motion proposed by Cllr Sam Foulder-Hughes, Kingston’s youngest Councillor, at a Council meeting earlier last week, the Council supported the decision to extend the voting age to 16 and 17-year-olds.

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Kingston to install free public water fountains

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Thirsty Kingstonians, look out for new public water fountains, after it was announced they will be popping up across Kingston. 

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Christine Stuart, 'We live in difficult times with stretched budgets'


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I stood for the election on the Council not to damage lives but with a burning passion to help people of Kingston, and more specifically, people of Chessington.

I did not seek an election to hurt the most vulnerable within society.

Tuesday evening was my second Council Meeting as an elected Councillor.


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A final say for Cambridge Road Estate residents

Photo of Norbiton’s Councillors, Dave Ryder-Mills and Olly Wehring, talking to a resident in Cambridge Road Estate.

Local Liberal Democrats have committed to working with the community on the proposed regeneration of Cambridge Road Estate, and to hold a ballot of residents on the final regeneration deal.

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Cleaning up the Tories’ financial mess

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