4-step plan to make Foresters Drive safer

Over the last year, the Lib Dem team in Beddington South have organised speed surveys, site visits with Council engineers and secured funding for a study to see what can be done to reduce speeding and make the junction at Foresters Drive and Sandy Lane South safer.


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Policing: "A ‘one size fits all’ approach is not good enough" say Sutton Lib Dems

Today, Sadiq Khan, Mayor of London, announced dramatic and damaging changes to local policing for Sutton and London. The changes would replace the Met’s current 32 borough model, by merging local policing across boroughs.


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Join us for tree planting in Cheam Park

Cheam Councillor Mary Burstow is organising a tree planting event in Cheam Park on Saturday 24th February and needs your help.


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Renovation of The Lodge in Carshalton set to begin

We are delighted to report that the lease for The Lodge - situated next to the Ecology Centre by Carshalton Ponds — has been signed by the Council and local residents’ charity Ecolocal.


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Accessible toilet secured for Carshalton Beeches Station

A step in the right direction for Carshalton Beeches Station, as Southern Rail commit to installing a new accessible toilet following an intervention from your local Lib Dem team.


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Sutton Lib Dems : Doing more with less in the face of Tory cuts

At the beginning of a New Year it's natural to look back, think about the past and look ahead to the future.

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Statement on the sad death of Cllr Adrian Davey

I am very sorry to have to tell you that Adrian Davey, Liberal Democrat Councillor for Stonecot ward since 2010, has passed away. Following a long illness, he spent his final few days in St Raphael's Hospice and died there peacefully on Friday 24 November. Our condolences go to his wife and family.

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Whitehall to re-open after £1.5m revamp

Whitehall Museum in Cheam will re-open in 2018 after undergoing a £1.5 million revamp.


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£12 million St Helier facelift

St Helier Hospital is being upgraded thanks to a multi-million pound development. The £12 million project on B and C blocks will include 133 windows being replaced, the roof repaired and insulated and a new concrete render added to the outside of the building.


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Top marks for Sutton students

Good news for pupils across the borough with another round of excellent A-Level and GCSE results.


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