Many of you have contacted us regarding problems with the Ward’s parks. Our parks should be places of joy for all who visit, and that is why we have carried out a number of improvements to parks across the Borough.
The following improvements have taken place across St James Ward:
- Installed new fencing at Cromwell Avenue Open Space.
- Replaced the old football goals with new facilities.
In the most recent budget, the Conservatives allocated an extra £1 million to improve our parks and repair pavements — a regular concern, especially for older residents. We aim to make Kingston a Better, Brighter Borough, and improvements like these are a key part of that. We are delivering for local residents, and will continue to work hard for you.
Local Ward Councillor Ken Smith said:
The improvements that have taken place to Cromwell Avenue are a great step in making our parks the best that they can be. As Conservatives we care deeply about ensuring that our parks and spaces are the best that they can be, and I hope that residents will be able to enjoy the improvements that have been delivered.