News published February 2015
A step closer to winning the war on housing fraud
A crackdown on housing fraud that has prevented approximately £2 million of fraudulent ‘housing’ applications in Richmond and Kingston has won a prestigious national award.
170 say ‘no’ to teen abuse at SafeFrom event
Teenagers were treated to performances, entertainment, drama, a film and short presentations addressing the topic of abusive relationships last week.
Message of condolence from the Mayor to families of murdered Christians in Libya.
Kingston awarded nearly £4.5m in grants for school places
Kingston education bosses have been given the news that the borough has been granted an additional £4,478,921 from central government to help address the need for extra school places in the future.
Results of All in One survey published
The All in One borough survey results show we are beginning to successfully address your concerns. More work is needed, which the survey will help to inform.
Register to vote today and make sure you have your say
Less than 100 days to the General Election. We're encouraging any local residents not yet registered to vote, to take advantage of National Voter Registration Day and go online now to register.