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Lib Dem manifesto would lead to higher taxes for residents

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The last time the Lib Dems ran the Council residents were plagued by inaction and indecisiveness leaving residents to bear the brunt of their actions

Manifesto lacks vision and detail and would lead to hard working residents paying more

Kingston’s Liberal Democrat party released their manifesto to residents recently but already senior figures have commented that the only way to fund what they want to get done would be to raise taxes on hard working residents.

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New Dementia home to be built in Kingston

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A new dementia home will be built in Kingston helping to provide better care for the elderly and vulnerable

Plans for a new £9m dementia home in Kingston moved a step closer last week after Kingston's Conservative led council awarded Willmott Dixon Construction Ltd the design and build contract for the new specialist facility in the borough.

The care home for older people is set to open by 2020 and will be built on the current Newent Home site in Surbiton. Subject to consultation and planning approval, the 80-bed facility will be owned by the council and run by an independent operating company which will deliver nursing and care services in the home. Works on the site are due to start in winter 2018 subject to planning permission being granted.

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Kingston Conservatives record of Delivery: Roads

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We pledged to invest more money into our roads to keep Kingston moving and we have delivered

When we took control of the Council in 2014, roads up and down the Borough were a mess. Little to no extra investment had been delivered into them meaning that many were unsafe and potholes were everywhere.

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