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Surbiton Crescent traffic restrictions to be made permanent

The controversial Surbiton Crescent traffic restrictions are set to be made permanent, after councillors voted in favour at a residents committee meeting last night.

Surbiton Crescent is on two of the cycle routes in the council’s £30 million ‘mini-Holland’ Go Cycle programme: Surbiton to Kingston and Kingston to Tolworth. Installed in September, the trial scheme was implemented to determine the effect to traffic flows.

Go Cycle developments shortlisted for two London awards

Kingston’s Go Cycle scheme has been short-listed for two awards for architecture and design.

Kingston and Surbiton candidates outline their approaches to Brexit

With the general election today, the Surrey Comet has asked all the candidates for Kingston and Surbiton for their positions on four important issues: health, the economy, Brexit and education.

Kingston and Surbiton candidates outline their approaches to the economy

With the general election on Thursday, the Surrey Comet has asked all the candidates for Kingston and Surbiton for their positions on four important issues: health, the economy, Brexit and education.

Kingston and Surbiton candidates outline their approaches to health

With the general election on Thursday, the Surrey Comet has asked all the candidates for Kingston and Surbiton for their positions on four important issues: health, the economy, Brexit and education.

Kingston and Surbiton candidates outline their three local priorities

The general election candidates in Kingston and Surbiton have outlined their three local priorities for if they are elected.

Co-op announces Surbiton store opening

A new Co-op convenience store will be opened in Surbiton towards the end of June.

MP James Berry will not be prosecuted over election spending

The Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) has announced it will not charge any Tory politicians over the alleged breeching of expenses rules during the 2015 election campaign.

First phase of Kingston Council's £30m mini-Holland scheme completed

Kingston Council's £30m mini-Holland scheme will be officially opened this weekend after the first phase of the cycling programme was completed.

Dad campaigns for access to operations for babies with tongue-ties

Babies suffering from tongue-tie are facing a lack of access to operations and one father is campaigning to help them after being asked to wait months for his infant son’s procedure.

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