News published March 2018
Kingston Council launches new creative and cultural strategy to encourage inclusive growth across the borough
‘Made in Kingston: a Creative and Cultural Strategy’ which outlines the council’s ambitious plans to ensure culture plays a vital role in shaping growth across the borough was approved on 27 March.
Kingston’s plans for a new housing service receive positive response from residents
Kingston Council’s ambitious plans for a new housing service have received a positive response from tenants and leaseholders.
Surbiton Restaurant forced to clean up its act
Environmental Health Officers from Kingston Council have forced Sarada Restaurant in Surbiton to close after finding poor hygiene standards and practices.
Secondary school places 2018
Achieving for Children to support parents with secondary school place options ahead of September intake.
Statement: The Department for Education’s decision on Kingston Council’s school budget request
The Department for Education (DfE) has agreed to support the Council as it develops its recovery plan to bring the overspend of schools’ funding for children with high needs into line.
Kingston’s ambitious future celebrated as Mayors and Chairs gather for Civic Day
Mayors, their Consorts and Chairs from London and Surrey gathered in Kingston to discover the Royal Borough’s ambitious plans for its future as part of Civic Day on Tuesday 6 March.
Kingston secures GLA funding for community-led regeneration
Kingston Council and The Community Brain Community Interest Company have been awarded £385,239 from the Greater London Authority to deliver SHEDx, a community-led regeneration project in Tolworth.
Derelict house in Tolworth transformed to give homeless family a home
A derelict house in Fullers Avenue in Tolworth has been transformed into a disability-friendly home for a homeless family.