News published September 2015
Statement regarding Kingsmeadow Stadium
A petition has been set up on the Kingston Council website calling on the Council to ensure that in the event of a sale of the 'freehold' of Kingsmeadow Stadium, a 1989 covenant on the land is upheld.
Could you volunteer to clear snow from your local street?
We're calling out to local residents who may be willing to volunteer to help clear snow from their streets if needed during the coming winter months.
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.
Struggling to get your home ready for the winter months? Kingston Council might be able to help
Grants and loans of up to £10,000 are available to homeowners and private tenants who need to carry out works and renovate their homes.
Revised plans submitted for the Old Post Office Site
Revised proposals have been submitted by St George plc for the planning application at the Old Post Office site, Ashdown Road.
Free health checks and advice at community health event on Thursday 17 September
Our Public Health team is holding a day of free advice and support on health and wellbeing, confidential sexual health screenings and NHS health checks (for over 40s) on Thursday 17 September.
Share your views on parking services and be in with a chance to win £100 John Lewis voucher
Residents are being asked to share their views on parking services in the borough and be in with a chance to win one of five £100 John Lewis vouchers it was announced today.
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.
Free WiFi for all of Kingston’s libraries and Kingston Museum
Kingston’s seven libraries and Museum now offer visitors free access to WiFi.
Kingston Council statement on Syrian refugees
In June 2015, the Leader of the Council, wrote to Kingston’s faith group Leaders and their communities asking for their help in finding suitable accommodation for 50 Syrian refugees.