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Working to make our streets cleaner

Cleaner Streets
Under the Conservatives Kingston is a cleaner, more brighter Borough

In 2014 when Kingston Conservatives were elected, we made five pledges to residents to help make Kingston a Better, Brighter Borough, and we have delivered. Following on from these we decided to make five more pledges to residents so that we could continue delivering for residents.

One of those new pledges made to residents was to have a Clean Sweep of the Borough.

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Save Our Suburbs: Conservatives Lead fightback to protect our suburbs

Suburbia
Help us save our suburbs by signing our petition 

Kingston Conservatives have today launched a petition to save Kingston’s Suburbs from Mayor Khan’s disastrous draft London Plan after it was revealed that detached, semi detached homes, and even gardens would be at risk of being developed on.

Published last week the Plan clearly stated that “for London to meet its housing needs, small housing developments of between one and 25 homes must make a substantially greater contribution to new supply across the city. Therefore, increasing the rate of housing delivery from small housing sites is a strategic priority.” With this ill thought through approach, Kingston would have to build 625 small homes per year rapidly destroying our suburbs.

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Conservatives demand more affordable homes for Kingston residents

Tolworth Meyer Homes
Local Conservatives spoke out over the development of Meyer Bergman's 950 homes application

Conservative councillors have demanded more affordable homes and a better deal for Kingston. Councillors and residents alike accept that the former Toby Jug site needs to be redeveloped but it needs to done in a way that improves the local area for residents in Tolworth. Which is why Conservatives successfully spoke out against the application last night and refused to accept the current proposal for many reasons including the lack of affordable housing, the design of the scheme, and the potential ramifications of Sadiq Khan’s new London Plan.

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