News published December 2015
Kingston challenges central government after grant settlement exceeds worst expectations
Kingston to become one of London’s lowest funded boroughs and challenges central government after grant settlement exceeds worst expectations.
Sutton and Kingston Councils share more services
A new Human Resources service, to kick off in the spring, is the most recent addition to the collection of services shared by Sutton and Kingston councils.
Kingston celebrates sporting stars
Athletes and coaches alike were celebrated at the annual Kingston Sports Awards on Wednesday 9 December 2015.
Council asks landlords to offer homes to help 50 Syrian refugees
We are appealing to landlords in the community to come forward and offer self-contained properties for Syrian refugees, identified by the United Nations as vulnerable.
Residents encouraged to ‘Bring your Bills’ to Hook and Chessington Library
Kingston residents are being encouraged to see whether they could save money on their gas and electricity this winter by coming along to a free, independent ‘Bring your Bills’ advice session.
Share your views on plans to pedestrianise Memorial Square
In a move to create a safe, seamless pedestrian route between Clarence Street and the Ancient Market Place, we've launched a consultation on proposed plans to pedestrianise Memorial Square.