Improving the air you breathe
We know this is important to you - so we’re taking action - we declared a climate emergency in the borough in June this year to show our commitment to improving air quality across Kingston.
Residents invited to help shape Kingston Council’s tree planting plan
Residents are invited to help shape this year’s (2019/20) tree planting programme by selecting locations and picking their favourite tree types*.
Register for the Big London Energy Switch to save money on your bills
Kingston residents will soon have another chance to see if they can save money on their gas and electricity bills, when the next auction in the Big London Energy Switch scheme takes place on 7 October
Kingston’s first ever citizens’ assembly confirmed for Autumn
Kingston Council has confirmed that the borough’s first ever citizens’ assembly will go ahead over the two weekends of 9 - 10 November and 30 November - 1 December 2019.
Clean Air Day: Kingston Council set to declare a Climate Emergency
Kingston Council will be debating a motion which proposes declaring a Climate Emergency at the Environment and Sustainable Transport Committee on 25 June. The motion forms part of the council’s commitment to tackling the issue of climate change and poor air quality.
Kingston announces new electric vehicle charging points in the borough ahead of Clean Air Day
Kingston Council is installing more electric vehicle (EV) charging points as part of its ongoing commitment to improving air quality in the borough, with Clean Air Day on 20 June.
Council fines fly-tipper for dumping rubbish
Kingston Council has successfully fined an individual for fly-tipping waste in New Malden.
Statement on activity at the Seething Wells site
Seething Wells is privately owned land. It is designated as Metropolitan Open Land. The council is the planning authority.