Tesco has revealed a ‘master plan’ for the old Toby Jug site in Tolworth, including shops and community use areas.
Public health bosses have only themselves to blame for determined opposition to a planned move of drug rehab services in Surbiton, residents and business owners have said.
Treatment for addiction could be moved from Surbiton Health Centre to Hollyfield House in Hollyfield Road, alongside services for people with mental health issues. More than 500 people have signed a petition opposing the plans. Mary Marshall, who runs nearby Avondale gym, said Kingston Council had put up a “smokescreen” and failed to consult properly.
Thames Water is still working to fix a huge water main that burst on Saturday, leaving thousands without water.
The 30in pipe burst at the Hogsmill sewage works at 7.30am, and left about 2,000 people with either low water pressure or no water at all. A Thames Water spokeswoman said this morning: "The pipe is still being fixed as it's a large pipe and we have to work slowly and carefully to avoid it bursting again.
Plans to expand and refurbish Tolworth Girls’ School and build 106 new homes on its former playing field have been submitted to Kingston Council.
A headteacher, who vowed to change the fortunes of a primary school rated inadequate by Ofsted inspectors within a year, will not be returning "for a period of time".
Emma Kelty joined Knollmead Primary School in Tolworth last September, weeks after inspectors visited the school and placed it in a category of concern with several "serious weaknesses". In October, Ms Kelty gave an interview to the Surrey Comet in which she pledged to turn Knollmead into an outstanding school within a year of her headship.
A historic medieval farm, which once hosted an illegal rave, could become a new country park for Kingston.
Three people have been arrested after two women were assaulted on a night out in Surbiton.
Tolworth Hospital is to get a £60m makeover, including a major redevelopment of the site with new wards being built.
Tesco is planning a massive residential development of about 700 homes on the Tolworth Toby Jug site.
Barely a year since works estimated to have cost £3 million were finished on Tolworth Broadway – the new Greenway is being redeveloped.