We collaborate with businesses, Kingston Council and other partners in the town to solve street-level problems, keep the town clean and improve the Kingston experience.
If you need to report any street-level issues like graffiti, noise or fly tipping, please visit Kingston Council’s Report page.REPORT A STREET-LEVEL ISSUE
Investing in public spaces
We continue to invest in Kingston’s public spaces, working on several projects to create warm and welcoming spaces within the town centre.
We are working on several projects to reimagine key spaces in the town.
Social Spaces seeks to introduce permanent seating and greening, as well as better wayfinding interventions in three key locations. These are outside the train station, lower Fife Road and Thames Street.
We are working on two major projects with Kingston Council to reimagine and redesign Eagle Brewery Wharf & Memorial Garden to create spaces where local residents, visitors and businesses can unwind, enjoy and connect with nature.
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Arts & culture
Bringing arts and culture to the Town Centre is vital to creating a vibrant town and driving footfall. We work with local artists and organisations to make this a reality, from street art to trails.
We have brought numerous pieces of street art to life throughout the town centre on hoardings and buildings around the town centre, creating points of interest and improving the look and feel of un-loved areas throughout the town.
We have also created art trails in the town which have attracted thousands of visitors. The Kingston Sculpture Trail in 2021, in partnership with Kingston Council, Kingston University and the Canbury Community Trust, which resulted in the permanent installation of winning sculpture ‘Party Animal’ in the Ancient Market Place in summer 2022.
The ‘Chimps Are Family’ trail launched in January 2023 creating a new way to experience the town centre and building on our strong arts and cultural heritage, collaborating with internationally renowned artist Gillie & Marc.CHIMP TRAIL