News published June 2019
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.
Kingston Council focused on improving Special Educational Needs services
Kingston Council accepts the findings of an independent review carried out to look at services for children with special educational needs or disabilities (SEND) in the borough.
Kingston one of safest boroughs in London
The Metropolitan Police Service’s (MPS) annual crime data shows that Kingston is still one of the safest boroughs in London to live and work.
Burst pipe at Hampton Water Works
UPDATE: Thames Water have confirmed that they have fixed the leak and that water pressure across all affected areas is returning to normal over the next 4 - 6 hours.
Final designs for playground revamps and new outdoor gym announced
Final plans for a revamp of three parks and the creation of a new outdoor gym have been unveiled, following consultation on the next phase of the Community Parks Programme.
Time to Change: Kingston Council pledges to tackle mental health stigma
Councillor Liz Green, Leader of the Council, and Ian Thomas, Chief Executive, are encouraging local employers to follow suit following the signing of the Time to Change pledge.
Kids take action on speeding drivers as part of Child Safety Week
Transport for London (TfL), the Metropolitan Police and Kingston Council have given children the opportunity to educate drivers about the dangers of speeding.