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  • Towering infernal…

    Towering infernal…0

    The proposed second and third Tolworth towers, alongside the original 1960s skyscraper, would damage the area, be too high, ugly and ‘blocky’ and are just not right for the Broadway. That was the opinion of Ada Simpson, a resident giving evidence to the public inquiry into Kingston Council’s refusal of permission to triple the tower

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  • Call of the sea as pair set sail on big adventure around the world

    Call of the sea as pair set sail on big adventure around the world0

    Tatum Diamond always said she loved the ocean. And from now, and for the next few years if everything goes according to plan, the sustainable handbag and purse designer is going to be seeing a lot more of it… from the deck of a 40ft catamaran called Nautilus. Named after Captain Nemo’s submarine in Jules

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  • Meet artist Peter Fodor at launch of show on the light and the dark

    Meet artist Peter Fodor at launch of show on the light and the dark0

    Meet artist Peter Fodor at a special event to launch his Where Dark Meets Light exhibition which runs at the cornerHOUSE until November 7. The Hungarian-born artist will be talking about his work at the Meet the Artist night at the arts centre in Douglas Road, Surbiton, on Tuesday next week (October 19) from 7-9pm.

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  • Watch ‘hush-hush’ Tower inquiry

    Watch ‘hush-hush’ Tower inquiry0

    The public inquiry that nobody seems to want the public to know about continues on Thursday morning (Oct 14) at 9.30am, with inspector Yvonne Wright taking evidence to decide if Tolworth Tower will be joined by two more tower blocks in the Broadway… and just how much ‘affordable’ housing should be included. The developer originally

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  • Tower block inquiry starts

    Tower block inquiry starts0

    • News
    • 12th October 2021

    One of the least publicised local public inquiries got underway this morning – the examination of plans to build two more tower blocks in Tolworth Broadway to go alongside the original 1960s Tolworth Tower. It began at 10am on Tuesday, with no fanfare and only a complex notice in the local paper to alert residents,

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  • Prof Kayoss and chums fight climate change from a yurt

    Prof Kayoss and chums fight climate change from a yurt0

    Professor Kayoss will be entertaining children in a Mongolian Yurt on Sunday. The Tolworth-based professor (aka Des Kay) will be performing to crowds as part of Kingston Arts Festival’s Green Zone event. Other activities in the tent on the field in Wheatfield Way next to Kingston Museum include yoga with Joanna Blundell, readings from local

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