Open engagement opportunities and consultations

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  • Community Safety Survey

    The Safer Kingston Partnership brings the police, council, fire brigade, health and probation service together to coordinate community safety activity at a strategic level to: Deal with crime and disorder Tackle substance misuse Prevent and reduce serious violence Reduce reoffending in their area. Take a look below at what we have already achieved with your support: More
    Closes 22 April 2024
  • Making Kingston healthier and more active

    We want to create a thriving and active community to enable everyone to lead healthier lives. We want to transform our borough into a place where residents of all ages and abilities have the opportunity to embrace a healthy and active lifestyle. To make this happen we have recently created the Active Kingston Framework . This brings together three plans: the Indoor Leisure Facilities Strategy the Outdoor Leisure Facilities Strategy a Physical Activity assessment ... More
    Closes 24 April 2024
  • Green spaces

    Kingston’s public greenspaces, including our parks, woodlands and riversides, are important for our physical and mental well-being. But not everyone who lives, works or studies in the borough has good access to a green space or is able to enjoy and benefit from them. Last year a new vision for our public greenspaces was published. It highlights 11 areas where we want to make improvements over the next 10 years. As a council we cannot achieve this on our own and will need to work in... More
    Closes 24 April 2024
  • Revitalising Kingston’s Ancient Market Place

    The Ancient Market Place is the historic heart of Kingston town centre, and is highly valued by local communities. It hosts one of London’s oldest street markets, with the first recorded in 1242. We heard how important the Market Place is during the community engagement to create a Vision for Kingston Town Centre , which was adopted in 2023. In response to this feedback and recent engagement with stakeholders and market traders, the council is now seeking to revitalise the... More
    Closes 19 May 2024
  • 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
  • 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 The 2023/24 programme is now closed. The programme will reopen in 2024/25. The first meeting of the 2024/25 municpal year will take place on 5th June. Applications for this meeting will need to be submitted by 5th May. 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... More
    Closes 31 December 2024
  • Neighbourhood Community Grants (Surbiton)

    Surbiton The 2023/24 programme is now closed. The programme will reopen in 2024/25. The first meeting of the 2024/25 municpal year will take place on 11th June. Applications for this meeting will need to be submitted by 11th May. 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... More
    Closes 31 December 2024
  • Neighbourhood Community Grants (New and Old Malden)

    New and Old Malden The 2023/24 programme is now closed. The programme will reopen in 2024/25. The first meeting of the 2024/25 municpal year will take place on 6th June. Applications for this meeting will need to be submitted by 6th May. 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... More
    Closes 31 December 2024
  • Neighbourhood Community Grants (Kingston and North Kingston)

    Kingston and North Kingston The 2023/24 programme is now closed. The programme will reopen in 2024/25. The first meeting of the 2024/25 municpal year will take place on 4th June. Applications for this meeting will need to be submitted by 5th May. 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... 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
  • 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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