State of the Borough Debate 2019 - the choice is yours...

The annual State of the Borough debate will take place on Thursday 21 November 2019 at Chessington School.

As part of our commitment to community engagement and working together with you, this year we want to give you the choice of which topic we discuss on the night!

We have now counted up all the postcards and online votes and the winner is:

Growing Kingston Together - eg. regeneration, the changing nature of the high street, the role of culture and tourism, economic development, skills and culture, housing and development, affordable housing

Final voting figures are:

More events details will be announced shortly.


The annual State of the Borough debate will take place on Thursday 21 November 2019 at Chessington School.

As part of our commitment to community engagement and working together with you, this year we want to give you the choice of which topic we discuss on the night!

We have now counted up all the postcards and online votes and the winner is:

Growing Kingston Together - eg. regeneration, the changing nature of the high street, the role of culture and tourism, economic development, skills and culture, housing and development, affordable housing

Final voting figures are:

More events details will be announced shortly.


CLOSED: This quick poll has concluded.

Which topic would you like to discuss at the State of the Borough Debate this year?

Making our environment better - eg.improving air quality, trees, sustainable transport, biodiversity, climate change, recycling, single use plastic
32%
Keeping everyone safe - eg. crime and antisocial behaviour, helping homeless and other vulnerable groups, domestic violence, modern day slavery
12%
Keeping everyone healthy - eg. health and mental health, wellbeing, happiness, increasing independence, reducing isolation, living well, mindfulness
5%
Growing Kingston together - eg. regeneration, the changing nature of the high street, the role of culture and tourism, economic development, skills and culture, housing and development, affordable housing
31%
Making Kingston better together - eg. active citizens, community budgeting, commissioning, volunteering, community engagement, Connected Kingston
8%
Keeping Kingston moving - eg. sustainable transport, cycling, walking, parking, 20mph zones, school streets
12%
Total Votes : 209