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No go for Southborough development

Sunrise loose appeal to build old peoples home.

Berrylands wants weekly collection back

Wheelie bin

Conservatives claim once a fortnight is rubbish according to their recent poll.

Yet another Surbiton school excels

Highest possible Ofsted praise for Surbiton Children's Centre Nursery.

Surbiton's new Tory opposition

The Conservatives choose their new parliamentary candidate for Kingston and Surbiton.

Berrylands recycling trial a success

After the first six weeks of the recycling trial, Kingston council have announced that the collections have been successful, with green box recycling almost doubling, more than 3.5 kg of additional organic and cardboard waste collected per household, and a reduction in waste sent to landfill from 7.73 kg to 4.47 kg per household per week.

Planned Southborough nursing home rejected again

Council report shows that the plan was over the density limit for the area.

Council appeals for public money for Clock Tower

£100,000 needed for centenary restoration.

Berrylands recycling trial: 1st fortnight

While figures need analysis, up to 75% of households in the trial area are taking part in the weekly recycling and fortnightly rubbish collections - 50% of eligible residents take part in the green box scheme.

Protest over unfair financial settlement for Kingston Council

Edward Davey MP has secured a short debate in the House of Commons about the unfair financial settlement granted to Kingston Council this year. It is to held on Friday 23rd Feb 2007 at 2.30pm.

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