State of the Borough Debate 2022

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This year's debate took place online during the evening of Tuesday 22 March 2022. The theme was ‘Covid impact and recovery’, and discussions included how the borough came together in response to the pandemic and how the community and the economy are recovering.

The panel included:Two pink and blue speech bubbles, Text reads state of the borough debate, covid impact and recovery, Tuesday 22 March 2022

  • Forbes Low, Chief Executive, Kingston Chamber of Commerce
  • Dr Naz Jivani, Clinical Chair for Kingston, South West London Clinical Commissioning Group
  • Cllr Andreas Kirsch, Leader of Kingston Council
  • Peter Mayhew-Smith, Group Principal and Chief Executive, South Thames Colleges Group
  • Archie O'Neill, Community Learning and Participation Lead, Creative Youth
  • Pippa Mackie, Chief Executive, Kingston Citizens Advice Bureau
  • Sanja Djeric Kane, Chief Executive Officer, Kingston Voluntary Action
  • Fiona Tarn, Future Culture Lead, Kingston Stronger Together Hub

Missed the event?

You can watch the recording on our YouTube channel.

If you did manage to join us or have watched the recording, please let us know your thoughts and any ideas for future events by filling in our short feedback form.

Useful resources and information post-Covid



If you need this information in an alternative format (e.g. large print, in another language or an easy read version), please get in touch to let us know via phone 020 8547 5000 or email strategy@kingston.gov.uk.

This year's debate took place online during the evening of Tuesday 22 March 2022. The theme was ‘Covid impact and recovery’, and discussions included how the borough came together in response to the pandemic and how the community and the economy are recovering.

The panel included:Two pink and blue speech bubbles, Text reads state of the borough debate, covid impact and recovery, Tuesday 22 March 2022

  • Forbes Low, Chief Executive, Kingston Chamber of Commerce
  • Dr Naz Jivani, Clinical Chair for Kingston, South West London Clinical Commissioning Group
  • Cllr Andreas Kirsch, Leader of Kingston Council
  • Peter Mayhew-Smith, Group Principal and Chief Executive, South Thames Colleges Group
  • Archie O'Neill, Community Learning and Participation Lead, Creative Youth
  • Pippa Mackie, Chief Executive, Kingston Citizens Advice Bureau
  • Sanja Djeric Kane, Chief Executive Officer, Kingston Voluntary Action
  • Fiona Tarn, Future Culture Lead, Kingston Stronger Together Hub

Missed the event?

You can watch the recording on our YouTube channel.

If you did manage to join us or have watched the recording, please let us know your thoughts and any ideas for future events by filling in our short feedback form.

Useful resources and information post-Covid



If you need this information in an alternative format (e.g. large print, in another language or an easy read version), please get in touch to let us know via phone 020 8547 5000 or email strategy@kingston.gov.uk.

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