News published February 2019
Upgrading your library service
As part of planned improvements there will be no access to some areas of the library website from 1 to 11 March while we upgrade.
Council agrees budget to help meet the growing needs of the borough
Kingston Council has agreed a budget that focuses resource on those who need it most, promotes independence and local democracy, as well as helping to improve air quality in the borough.
Join in the celebrations for International Women’s Day 2019
Residents and communities are being invited to join in this year’s celebration of International Women’s Day 2019 on 8 March.
Kingston awarded funding to tackle mental health stigma
Kingston has been named as one of eight areas to tackle mental health stigma locally after receiving funding to become a Time to Change hub.
Kingston moves forward with greener transport plans
Kingston Council have agreed plans to create a healthier environment for residents, visitors and businesses by install more electric vehicle charging points.
Kingston’s ward boundaries to be reviewed for electoral equality
Kingston Council’s ward boundaries are set to be reviewed this year by The Local Government Boundary Commission for England.
Council and residents working together for the future of New Malden
An independent report published today outlines recommendations to take forward a redevelopment opportunity to provide new homes at the Cocks Crescent site in New Malden.
Plans for new dementia nursing home gather pace
Plans by Kingston Council to build a new 80 bed dementia home in Browns Road, Surbiton are gathering pace.
Multi-million pound investment to deliver road safety and environment improvements in Kingston
Kingston Council have announced multi-million pound plans to improve the borough’s road and transport networks over the next 3 years.
Kingston parking charges set to change to improve air quality
Charges for resident permits, on street parking and in council-owned car parks are set to change.