A new crossing on Old Malden Road

A new crossing is will be introduced on the Malden Road after residents asked for one

A petition to the Council from local residents has led to approval being given for a new crossing on the Malden Road outside St John’s Church Hall.

In addition the Mayor’s Transport office have asked for a review of the entire stretch of the Malden Road from Worcester Park station through to the Plough, and beyond, to look at what other improvements can be made.

Local Conservative campaigner, Jason Hughes, said:

It’s good to hear that when local residents raise issues then our Council responds to it. A new crossing on Malden Road will definitely improve road safety and is to be welcomed.


Malden Manor roundabout project

Malden Manor Roundabout
We want your help to improve the Malden Manor roundabout

Local Conservative Councillors are asking for residents views on the  the long-term layout of the Malden Manor roundabout area.

As your local councillors we want to work with local residents to look at what can be done to improve the parking, access to green space and enhancement of the shops with a view towards a bid to the Mayor of London to support the scheme. This is an important area in the Ward and it is vital that we get the right scheme for the area.

Cllr Kevin Davis said:KMO Davis

There have been a number of suggested schemes but none that really transformed the area enough to allow safer access for pedestrians, cars and buses as well as provide a more pleasant environment. We hope this community led approach to designing a scheme will be successful.


Supporting the Malden Manor Community Mosaic

Local residents have been working with the Safer Neighbourhood Police team

Local residents have been working with the Safer Neighbourhood Police team to see what can be done to eradicate graffiti under the railway bridge at the end of Sheephouse Way.

A community mosaic project has been put together and they are seeking money to complete it. It is hoped that the vibrant mosaic mural will create safe access to an area of beautiful unused open space.  If you would like to find out more about this exciting community project and donate then visit https://www.spacehive.com/maldenmanor

Local Conservative campaigner, Nicola Sheppard said:

Communities coming together and funding small local projects is an exciting development in Kingston. We can do so much more than the Council and at a lower cost, if we work together. This really is an exciting community project to get involved in.


Working to ensure that Old Malden looks its best: Improving derelict sites

Worcester Park Tavern
Local Councillors are working to improve old derelict sites

Residents have been in touch over the state of the former Plough Green public toilets and the Worcester Park Tavern. Whilst the council doesn’t own either property (and has no right to enter and clean them) your local councillors are working on getting these sites cleaned and used to make Old Malden cleaner and nicer for residents.

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Nicola Sheppard

Local Campaigner

Nicola has lived in Old Malden since 1996, raising her 3 sons here. A former school governor for over 7 years, serving as Vice Chair and Chair. She is passionate about education and encouraging young people, particularly children needing literacy support. Nicola works in the Interior Design industry and has organised charity fundraisers for Macmillan, The Little Princess Trust, The Lily Foundation and Shooting Star Chase Children’s Hospice.

email Email Nicola at nicola.sheppard@kingstonconservatives.com

Jason Hughes

Local Campaigner

Jason is a former school governor at Malden Parochial School where he sat on the Resources & Finance and Personnel Committees. He is determined that local council services strive to meet residents’ needs and expectations. Knowing that Old Malden is a great area, Jason’s priorities will be representing its best interests on the Council. Outside of local politics, he works for a national criminal justice charity and has raised money for Help For Heroes. 

email Email Jason at jason.hughes@kingstonconservatives.com

Cllr Kevin Davis

Leader of the Council

Kevin was born in New Malden and brought up in Old Malden having attended Burlington and Beverley Schools. He is a school Governor in Kingston and has run and established a number of innovative charities in the education sector. He has run a Kingston-based business as well as being the Chairman of a Trust in the centre of Kingston that is raising the profile of Kingston as a place of national historic importance.

email Contact Kevin at kevin.davis @kingstonconservatives.com

tel Call Kevin on 07789 920 493

2014 election results:

Conservatives 50%
LibDems 23%
Labour 16%

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