News published March 2019
Pupils push boundaries to complete Bikeability scheme
Seventy children with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) from Dysart School saddled up and are now Bikeability trained thanks to our cycle trainers.
Kingston announces modernisation of children’s centre services
Following consultation with residents, services at four children's centres in Kingston will be remodelled as part of plans to provide more outreach services and create family-focused hubs.
Parking permit phone line and website - now working
The issues with the parking permits website https://rbk.nsl-apply.co.uk and phone line 020 8547 1333 have been fixed.
New water fountain will help to tackle plastic waste
A new water fountain has been unveiled in Kingston Town Centre.
Cambridge Road Estate ballot and development partner confirmed
Kingston Council has confirmed that the ballot for the Cambridge Road Estate regeneration will be held in Autumn this year.
Mayor's Community Awards Winners 2019
Kingston Council has recognised the work of outstanding individuals in the borough, who have given up their time to help those in their communities.
Statement from Leader of Kingston Council on the New Zealand terror attacks
I am deeply saddened to hear about the events in New Zealand today and my thoughts are with the friends and families of those affected.
Outcome of our LGA Corporate Peer Challenge
To support our transformation and to learn from best practice, the council asked the Local Government Association (LGA) to conduct a Corporate Peer Challenge of our strengths and areas for improvement
Kingston Council and the community set to work together to be #LitterHeroes
Kingston Council is calling on local communities to come together and become #LitterHeroes as part of the Great British Spring Clean campaign.
Norbiton residents and Kingston Council team up for key cemetery partnership
Residents in Norbiton have stepped up to help keep Kingston’s Cemetery gates open for longer.