Bogus builder jailed for fraud
Steven Trendell of Monks Green, Fetcham, Leatherhead, has been sentenced to 18 months in prison at Kingston Crown Court (4 April) after pleading guilty to two allegations of fraud.
Surbiton Restaurant forced to clean up its act
Environmental Health Officers from Kingston Council have forced Sarada Restaurant in Surbiton to close after finding poor hygiene standards and practices.
Huge fine for Kingston 99p store for numerous health and safety offences including mouse infestation
On Friday 22 January 2016, the 99p Stores Limited (who have since been purchased by Poundland Plc) were found guilty of 13 offences, committed in both the Kingston upon Thames and Ealing Stores.
Take part in the Big London Energy Switch and save on bills this winter
Kingston is teaming up with 17 other London Councils to help residents secure cheaper electricity and gas tariffs by taking part in the Big London Energy Switch.
Excellent response from residents to licensing consultation
Kingston Council’s consultation into its revised Statement of Licensing Policy has received an excellent response, with over 170 residents and other interested people taking part so far.
£8,000 - the cost of ignoring Environmental Health Officers
A New Malden business has been fined £3,000 and ordered to pay £4,864.74 in costs for failing to adhere to orders from Environmental Health Officers it was announced today.
Shopkeeper who sold out of date food pays £2,500 penalty
A Kingston shopkeeper must pay more than £2,500 after admitting selling food more than a month out of date.
Pizza and pasta restaurant fined £3,000 for food safety failures
The owner of a Kingston restaurant has been fined £3,000 for failing to keep his premises clean and breaking food hygiene rules.
New Malden shopkeeper fined for catalogue of food safety risks
A New Malden shopkeeper who sold untraceable ready meals, including a sample which tested 'unsatisfactory', amid dirty conditions has been penalised more than £2,200 for multiple food safety offences.
Curry house boss punished after ignoring food safety warnings
The former owner of a Tolworth restaurant who failed to keep his business clean and in good condition is more than £1,000 out of pocket after admitting a string of food safety offences.