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Low-rise Kingston properties could turn into 3-story terraced houses. Credit: Stevekeiretsu

Housing Secretary Robert Jenrick has backed a £34billion suburb redevelopment plan, which aims to replace post-war bungalows in Greater London with Georgian-style terraced housing.

The proposal comes from right-wing think tank Policy Exchange, who have described how their new plans will help solve the housing crisis and trigger a 'post-Covid housing boom.'

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Decisions on whether or not to close public toilets in Kingston will be finalised on 25th February

This week, Kingston Conservatives have accused the Council of voting through plans to "permanently close the last 4 public toilets in the borough" at a committee meeting on 11th February.

The Conservatives claim that the Liberal Democrats were trying to "spin the news saying that the toilet closures were due to Covid-19 lockdown precautions" when it was in fact a "permanent cost-cutting measure."

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Vaccines against the coronavirus are now being delivered

Plans for more mass vaccination sites in South West London have been unveiled.

People could soon be asked to attend appointments at Centre Court and AFC Wimbledon (Merton), Battersea Arts Centre (Wandsworth), Centrale Shopping Centre (Croydon), Queen Mary's Hospital (Wandsworth) and the St Nicholas Centre (Sutton).

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