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Have your say on Sutton sustainability strategy

by Sunita Gordon on 10 August, 2018

February and March 2018, Sutton consulted on sustainability in the borough. Over 500 people took part – thank you to all those who commented. The results of this can be found in the summary of the sustainability survey. You can get involved Sutton wants to hear your views on our draft strategy. To do this, visit […]

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Points make prizes

by Sunita Gordon on 20 July, 2018

Earn BetterPoints for walking, cycling, running, scooting or even taking the bus on your commute to work or way to school. Then use your BetterPoints to reward yourself, by selecting any of these rewards, or donate them to any of the charities from this list. If you spot a charity you’d like to see on the BetterPoints website let us know by getting in […]

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Need free advice?

by Sunita Gordon on 29 May, 2018

  Here is link to free, confidential, independent and impartial advice on issues such as welfare benefits, debt, housing, employment and social care issues. Advise Link Partnership Sutton is funded by LB of Sutton and the Big Lottery

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Wallington Green traffic lights petition

by Sunita Gordon on 15 May, 2018

Your Wallington North Councillors and local residents are calling on TfL to re-configure the traffic lights at Wallington Green (A232/A237). Sign the petition: I/We the undersigned want a traffic light controlled crossings and additional north & south filter lights at Wallington Green junction. Sign here.

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Results 2018

by Sunita Gordon on 4 May, 2018

Happy Easter

by Sunita Gordon on 29 March, 2018

Wishing your Easter is decorated with love, peace, joys of spring and the seasons blessings!    

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SUTTON LIBRARY ON TRACK FOR RE-OPENING ON 5 APRIL

by Sunita Gordon on 23 March, 2018

  Sutton library, which will re-open as planned on 5 April.  The refurbished library shows the Lib Dem Council’s commitment to Sutton Libraries.  It will make much better use of the space, improve accessibility for all customers and draw in younger people by making use of new technology.  It will also have a modern, safe […]

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Making Veolia perform

by Sunita Gordon on 20 February, 2018

Your local councillors have been working with Veolia and attending site visits on your behalf to get the new bin contract on track. We are sorry that this has not gone as planned, and are determined that residents should receive the service from Veolia that we signed up to. The reason for the new contract […]

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The Mayor’s Office for Policing has just announced that there will be a public meeting to discuss plans for the re-organisation/closure of police stations and counters in Sutton. The meeting is this Friday evening (8 September) so just a few days’ notice which is very poor.  The meeting starts at 6.30pm and is Meeting Room […]

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Sutton Council, as a member of the South London Waste Partnership working with Veolia UK, is introducing a new recycling and rubbish collection service to almost 90,000 homes in the borough. The service started Monday 3 April and for the first time offers food waste and battery and textile recycling to most households, as well […]

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