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  • North Kingston Healthy Streets

    Our vision is to create a cleaner, greener Kingston and our streets play a major role in this plan. We want everyone to feel our streets are spaces where they can breathe clean air, walk safely and feel connected to the local community. For several years, residents living on King’s Road, particularly the part between Park Road and Queens Road, have expressed concern about the traffic conditions in the area. We have previously engaged with communities to find a solution and considered... More
    Closes 29 July 2024
  • Leisure Centre for Kingston Town Centre

    Kingston Council is committed to building a new swimming and leisure centre in Kingston town centre. The leisure centre will deliver the range of activities that residents and stakeholders said they wanted to see, in an efficient, accessible and sustainable two-storey building that will be designed to ensure the project can be delivered within an affordable budget. The plans for the new centre include an 8 lane swimming pool and a teaching pool with spectator seating, as well... More
    Closes 4 August 2024
  • Cambridge Road Estate Phase 2

    The Cambridge Road Estate regeneration received consent in July 2022, and Phase 1 of construction is now well underway. Outline Planning Permission has been approved for Phase 2, setting the rules for where buildings go, how tall they can be, and what they are used for. Now, the project team will be developing and consulting on the detailed designs for Phase 2. This will focus on the look and feel of the buildings, accessibility, ensuring the size is right and creating a landscape... More
    Closes 16 August 2024
  • Reviewing our gambling policy

    We are gathering views on our draft Statement of Policy and Principles 2025-2027, which regulates gambling in Kingston. Under the Gambling Act 2005, the council is required to have a policy which sets out how licensed businesses are regulated including betting shops, bingo halls and amusement arcades, the provision of gaming machines in clubs and alcohol licensed premises and registration for small society lotteries, raffles and prize draws. We are not responsible for the National... More
    Closes 1 September 2024
  • Appointeeship Service Charging Proposal

    Kingston Council provides an Appointeeship Service, for people using social care services, who are unable to manage their benefits. This can be because they lack mental capacity or are severely disabled. People may lack mental capacity for a number of reasons. For example: they have dementia they have a learning disability they have a mental health problem they have had a serious brain injury or illness The appointee is usually a relative or a trusted... More
    Closes 1 September 2024
  • Reviewing our street trading policy

    In 2020 we introduced a new Street Trading Policy to provide a framework to control street trading in the borough. Street trading is the sale or offering for sale of items in a street. It can include trading from established locations or as part of a one off event. It also includes placing items on the highway including tables and chairs, advertising boards and shop front displays. We oversee street trading to ensure our communities are kept safe and that traders don’t... More
    Closes 1 September 2024
  • Do you use Kingston's green spaces?

    Whether you do or you don't use Kingston's green spaces we want to hear your views. Kingston’s parks and green spaces are vitally important for our health and wellbeing but not everyone is benefiting from them. We want to find out what people like about our green spaces and also what would help more residents to use them. When we say green spaces, we mean anything from our local parks and green squares, to smaller green areas across the borough. For this piece of work we... More
    Closes 15 September 2024
  • Toilets in Canbury Gardens

    Canbury Gardens is an historic Green Flag park hosting a range of actvities and events enjoyed by the local community and visitors. Via the Canbury Gardens Working Party and in other forums park users and the community have requested public toilet facilities to be made available within the gardens. Toilets are particularly required during the peak summer months when many people are using the Gardens attracted by events such as Sunday bandstand concerts and the annual dragon boat race. ... More
    Closes 30 September 2024
  • Neighbourhood Community Infrastructure Levy

    Neighbourhood Community Infrastructure Levy (NCIL) provides a funding source which local community groups, residents’ associations, registered charities, infrastructure providers and charitable companies as well as council departments and other public sector organisations can access in order to fund/part fund local infrastructure projects. NCIL is a portion of the Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL), a charge that councils and the Mayor of London collects from new developments like new... More
    Closes 16 October 2024
  • Your ideas for Surbiton

    We want to hear your ideas! How do you think we can improve Surbiton’s parks, streets and open spaces? Is there a local project which you think would improve the lives of residents and attract businesses to the area? We are updating the Surbiton Neighbourhood Community plan, which is almost three years old, and want to find out how you think we can continue to make Surbiton an even better place to live, work and study. The community plan is used by the Surbiton... More
    Closes 25 November 2024
  • Neighbourhood Community Grants (South of the Borough)

    South of the Borough Neighbourhood Community Grants of up to £3,000 per application, are available to fund projects/ activities/ services to benefit communities in South of the Borough. £20,000 in total is available per annum, which is reduced as Neighbourhood Community Grants are awarded throughout the financial year. Groups are able to submit one grant application every year. Events can include: events in community halls to celebrate or raise awareness of important... More
    Closes 31 December 2024
  • Neighbourhood Community Grants (Surbiton)

    Surbiton Neighbourhood Community Grants of up to £3,000 per application, are available to fund projects/ activities/ services to benefit communities in Surbiton. £20,000 in total is available per annum, which is reduced as Neighbourhood Community Grants are awarded throughout the financial year. Groups are able to submit one grant application every year. Events can include: events in community halls to celebrate or raise awareness of important causes events to support... More
    Closes 31 December 2024
  • Neighbourhood Community Grants (New and Old Malden)

    New and Old Malden Neighbourhood Community Grants of up to £3,000 per application, are available to fund projects/ activities/ services to benefit communities in Surbiton. £20,000 in total is available per annum, which is reduced as Neighbourhood Community Grants are awarded throughout the financial year. Groups are able to submit one grant application every year. Events can include: events in community halls to celebrate or raise awareness of important causes events... More
    Closes 31 December 2024
  • Neighbourhood Community Grants (Kingston and North Kingston)

    Kingston and North Kingston Neighbourhood Community Grants of up to £3,000 per application, are available to fund projects/ activities/ services to benefit communities in Kingston and North Kingston. £20,000 in total is available per annum, which is reduced as Neighbourhood Community Grants are awarded throughout the financial year. Groups are able to submit one grant application every year. Events can include: events in community halls to celebrate or raise awareness of... More
    Closes 31 December 2024
  • Budget Planning 2025-2028

    We provide essential support for those most in need and services for everyone to help make our borough a great place to live, work and study. Along with most councils across the country, we are facing a huge challenge to find money to deliver current services, and the pressure is increasing. More people, families and children are struggling and need help, while the costs of delivering services continue to rise. Currently 60p of every £1 of your council tax is spent on these... More
    Closes 31 December 2024
  • Canbury Gardens shared pedestrian and cycle path trial

    A shared path for pedestrians and cyclists has been installed in the historic green flag park Canbury Gardens for a one year trial period. The shared path has been created on the existing footpath so that cyclists and pedestrians can both use this route. The aim is to make the park safer and more enjoyable for all users. During the trial we want to hear feedback from park users about your experiences using the shared path. The shared path, if it becomes permanent, will allow... More
    Closes 9 May 2025
  • Kingston Let’s Talk Residents' Panel

    Join our Kingston Let’s Talk Residents’ Panel and share your views and experiences to help improve our services and continue to make Kingston a great place to live, work or study. A residents' panel is a group of people who are actively willing to engage with us either face-to-face, over the phone or online to help improve council services and our borough. We run the Kingston Residents’ Panel to consult with, carry out research and inform people on matters of local interest... More
    Closes 28 August 2026
  • Electric Vehicle Charging Point Suggestions

    We want to hear your suggestions for future on-street Electric Vehicle (EV) charging point locations. We are committed to supporting residents and businesses as they make the switch to cleaner, greener vehicles. We want to create a sustainable green economy for Kingston, with everyone taking responsibility for their impact on the environment, and our work on helping residents' transition to EV is part of our wider package of measures to encourage greener and sustainable travel, improve... More
    Closes 5 January 2028
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