Sutton is London's First for zero-carbon homes

Sutton Council is leading the way on green innovation by becoming the first London borough to trial a zero-carbon approach to heating and insulating homes.

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Liberal Democrats launch their May election campaign

Liberal Democrat Leader Ed Davey has officially launched the Liberal Democrats Local Elections campaign. Ed, at the Lib Dems digital launch, asked voters to send a message to the Conservatives to do more to support Sutton's local communities. 

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Covid Garden of Remembrance

A year on from the first lockdown, Sutton Council has announced a garden of remembrance will be planted opposite St Helier Hospital.

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Redevelopment brings more homes

Sutton's Lib Dem-run Council will shortly discuss the delivery of more sustainable housing and cut carbon emissions by converting the Council's Denmark Road office into new homes.

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Sutton and Cheam's Tory MP shifts cladding bills to residents

Sutton and Cheam's Tory MP has voted against an amendment aimed at protecting leaseholders and tenants from the ruinous costs of fireproofing their homes. 

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Paul Scully slammed for backing “dangerous & draconian” Police Bill

The Sutton Liberal Democrats have called for the bill which takes away our freedoms to be stopped in its tracks.

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Local Tory MPs restrict right to protest


Local Tory MPs this week voted for an authoritarian police power grab which will significantly curtail the right to peaceful protest.

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Sutton Council Fastest to fix Potholes

 

Sutton Council has been recognised as one of the best in the country at fixing potholes.

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Sutton Tories snub St Helier nurses with 1% pay "insult"

Sutton's two Conservative MPs have come under fire again this week after the Government's budget proposed a pay increase for nurses at St Helier Hospital of just 1%- equivalent to £3.50 a week.

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Residents praised as Sutton in London’s TOP FIVE for recycling

Lib Dem councillors have praised Sutton residents after government data revealed the borough had one of London’s highest recycling rates.

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