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Gone in 60 minutes

Seven new homes sold within an hour of going on sale.

Tolworth Tesco Planning Consultation Forum

Jan '70
Thu 1st

Tesco have now formally submitted their planning application for the Tolworth development. Kingston Council have arranged a public forum to discuss the proposal, 'The Planning Consultation Forum gives you the opportunity to ask the applicants and their advisors and Council officers, questions about the proposals and planning policies relating to the site.'

5 million pound upgrade plan for Grand Avenue School

Plans to replace the two existing buildings is getting near to formal application.

Tolworth Tesco superstore: a public exhibition of their plans

Jan '70
Thu 1st

Your Move estate agents
142 Tolworth Broadway

Tolworth Tesco superstore: a public exhibition of their plans

Jan '70
Thu 1st

Your Move estate agents
142 Tolworth Broadway

Tolworth Tesco superstore: a public exhibition of their plans

Jan '70
Thu 1st

Your Move estate agents
142 Tolworth Broadway

Quiet as a lamb

Resident resist proposed opening hours extension for The Lamb in Brighton Road

Tesco try again with Tolworth development

After last years protests by local action group, Tolworth Residents against Over Development (TROD), Tesco have submitted new plans to Kingston Borough Council for the proposed redevelopment of their Toby Jug site on the South side of the A3 in Tolworth.

Surbiton house prices up 14% in 3 months

According to the latest Land Registry information release last week, the average house price for the borough had risen 5% between April and June 2006 compare to last year.

Surbiton flood protection plan discussed

Environmental Agency considers £100,000,000 plan to dredge The Thames to alleviate flood risk for lower Thames flood plain.

The plan is similar to those forwarded and dismissed in the 1990s. However, increased population and infrastructure in the risk areas have given the problem a higher priority.

An Environment Agency spokesman said that a public enquiry would almost certainly be conducted before any plan approval.

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