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Another Great Litter Pick
ANOTHER GREAT LITTER PICK
1. Don’t forget to have your say on the Local Plan early engagement- deadline 31 July. Key issues are how the opportunity areas are defined and how they were chosen, and why the criterion of being near a station with frequent trains is not used consistently (New Malden is required to have much more housing, but Surbiton is not). Also why Kingston is required to have much more housing than, for example, Richmond. There are discussions on different topics scheduled on 10 July in NM, 22 July in Surbiton, and 25 July in Chessington; details and sign-up are at www.kingstonletstalk.co.uk/local-plan
2. We have only just heard about a Royal Parks consultation- deadline 14 July. https://www.royalparks.org.uk/managing-the-parks/park-strategies/the-royal-parks-transport-and-movement-strategy
If Richmond Park is closed to cars it will adversely affect north Kingston; Liz Meerabeau has responded that Royal Parks should consult on each royal park separately, since they are quite different from each other, and has asked whether RBK has been consulted.
3. Plenty of time to respond on Heathrow- deadline 13 September. www.aec.heathrowconsultation.com
Exhibition at Penrhyn Road 27 August, 2-8 pm.
4. Consultation on Cocks Crescent www.kingston.gov.uk/cockscrescent
Deadline to register for workshops was 8 July but they may stretch this; they are on 13 and 27 July at the Malden Centre.
And lastly, an air quality drop-in session:
Come along to our Air Quality forum and share your ideas
Air quality is one of the biggest issues we face. It has huge impacts on our health and we need to take action to tackle it. We are committed to improving air quality across the borough by working together with residents, communities, businesses and partners to find solutions and ideas that will improve all our lives.
As you may know, we’ll be holding a drop-in session this Thursday (11 July) to hear your ideas and thoughts about air quality, and to share with you some of our current initiatives. This Air Quality Forum will be the start of a sustained programme of activity focused on improving our air across the borough for years to come.
You are invited to attend at any time between 4pm and 7.30pm at the Guildhall. If you haven't already done so, please register for the event on our engagement portal to give us an idea of numbers. No need to tell us what time you plan to come along.
Please feel free to bring children and family members with you too.
We look forward to seeing you on Thursday!
Bee Friendly Planting.....
In September planting will start on the verges either side of the
New Malden to Raynes Park Go Cycle Route with Bee Friendly
For all the details and to become involved please use this LINK
Lidl - Costa - Greggs UPDATE
Village Voice Article - February 2019
'New Malden Matters
Our article June 2019
A new magazine for an ethical and informed Kingston
Their vision: To produce a magazine for ethically-minded
people who live and work in the Royal Borough of Kingston
and the surounding area. It will encourage 'localism and
...sustainability and be endoresed by the Kingston Pound.
The current issue
June Newsletter - HERE
Malden Manor Mosaic
Saturdays unvailing of the Mosaic was a great success......
13 Raby Road