Ian Thomas set to become Kingston Council’s permanent Chief Executive
Ian Thomas is being recommended to Full Council tomorrow (11 December), as Kingston’s permanent Chief Executive Officer (CEO).
Kingston’s annual debate sees focus on community involvement, culture and growth
Kingston Council, local communities and the Greater London Authority were among those gathered at the Guildhall at the annual State of the Borough debate on Tuesday 14 November.
First ‘State of the Borough’ debate in seven years to tackle the issue of growth
Kingston Council’s first State of the Borough debate to be held in seven years will take place on Tuesday 15 September, and the topic under the microscope will be growth.
Changes to the Council’s constitution to give residents a greater voice in local decision making
We're introducing changes to the way we conduct our business and involve local people, giving them more influence in decision making and building greater trust in local government and elected reps.
£2.5 million agreed to provide more places at two borough schools
A £2.5 million plan to expand two of the borough’s schools was agreed at the Children, Youth and Leisure Committee on 9 June.
Local residents have their say on proposals for the Old Post Office site
Residents were invited to a special meeting of Kingston Council’s Development Control Committee to express their views on proposals for the Old Post Office site in Ashdown Road, Kingston.
Statement by the Mayor, Councillor Ken Smith, regarding Full Council on Wednesday 22 April
At a meeting of the Council on 22 April 2015, a group of Councillors chose not to participate in discussions.
Highlights from Residents, Health and Care Services Committee
Highlights from the Residents, Health and Care Services Committee meeting held on Thursday 27 November 2014.