News published July 2013
Counterfeit shoe sellers ordered to pay back £80,000
A Kingston couple jailed in 2011 for selling fake designer shoes online from their Hook Rise home have been ordered to pay £80,000 of the amount identified as their profit from the crime.
More to do to improve children’s services, say inspectors
Twelve months on from the original report, child protection services in Kingston are still inadequate despite significant improvements according to independent inspectors.
Transport for London consults on Malden Rushett junction improvements
Transport for London (TfL) is consulting on plans to improve the junction at Malden Rushett between the intersections of the A243 Leatherhead Road junction, B280 Fairoak Lane and Rushett Lane.
Primary school offers – 95 per cent get a school of their choice
More Kingston parents than ever before have been offered a primary school place at one of their preferred choices despite soaring demand for places.
Makeovers for Surbiton streets
Five Surbiton streets will be given makeovers this month in a new programme of essential road maintenance and cleaning.