A major road into Kingston town centre was close from 8pm for last-minute Ride London preparation and furious residents claim they were given only a few hours’ notice.
Three fire crews were called to the derelict Toby Jug site behind Charrington Bowl where piles of rubbish had caught light.
A woman was flashed while out jogging in Berrylands close to Hogsmill River last month.
An outline planning application for 705 new homes in Tolworth has been refused, five votes to six.
A huge display of amply-stuffed bras has caused titters of amusement among Surbiton commuters.
The WI want people to take photos of themselves looking after the bras and post them on social media.
More than 20 brightly coloured hanging bra-skets were attached to railings in Victoria Road, full to the brim with plants and flowers.
Developers faced a grilling as they presented renewed plans to build 705 homes on Tolworth’s Toby Jug site – more than a decade after designs first surfaced.
Plans to build European-style cycling tracks through Kingston could see the borough’s road network completely transformed.
Construction on the first phase of the project in Portsmouth Road
Plans to build 46 homes on the site of a former petrol station in Surbiton have been unanimously approved by councillors.
Developer Indigo Scott revised the Brighton Road plans to include nine affordable homes after originally saying that providing them was “not viable”. The Brighton Road site has been closed since September last year.
A spate of fly-tipping behind shops on Tolworth Broadway has led to renewed calls by business owners for Kingston Council to clamp down.