Open activities

  • Pools on the Park Group Exercise Studio

    Richmond Council has approved plans for a new group exercise studio at Pools on the Park to enable greater community activity and improve access to services as part of the work to promote healthier, more active lifestyles for all residents. Group exercise sessions at Pools on the Park are often fully booked. The proposed new facilities will also see improvements to the changing facilities and will increase the popular leisure centre’s capacity to deliver a... More
    Opened 1 February 2024
  • Richmond Bikehangars Consultation 2024

    Richmond Council is seeking views on the introduction of up to 41 additional bikehangars throughout the borough. There are currently 53 bikehangars in Richmond. The introduction of additional bikehangars will help to alleviate some of the demand for the existing units while also improving geographic coverage. What is a bikehangar? A bikehangar is an on-street cycle parking apparatus that securely houses six bicycles and takes up the space of about half of a car parking... More
    Opened 26 February 2024
  • Milestone Green

    Richmond Council recognises the importance of ensuring that the trading environment of its town and district centres must be of a quality to attract and retain residents of and visitors to these areas. Consequently, as part of a Public Realm Improvement Fund (PRIF), the Council has identified the area known as Milestone Green as one of a number of these areas for investment. Proposals have been developed to create a more welcoming and greener space that facilitates people... More
    Opened 15 February 2024
  • Barn Elms Southside

    As part of the Council’s continued commitment to improve our parks and open spaces, the Council are proposing to introduce a new all abilities outdoor gym that will have a range of equipment. The proposed area for the gym is marked in the yellow box below. The equipment will include a mixture of static and moving items including a phone charging spin bike. These items have not yet been finalised, so we encourage feedback from respondents on their preferred... More
    Opened 12 February 2024
  • Hampton Wick Controlled Parking Zone Review

    In 1987, the Council implemented the Hampton Wick Controlled Parking Zone (CPZ), Zone X, operating 8.30am to 6.30pm, Monday to Saturday. Please click here to see a map of the zone. In the 36 years since the scheme was introduced, shopping habits have changed and Sundays and Bank Holidays are now amongst the busiest shopping days in Kingston. Over the years, some Hampton Wick residents have reported parking difficulties on these days in particular, when the CPZ does not... More
    Opened 26 January 2024
  • Reduced chemical street weeding trials

    As part of our response to the climate emergency, Richmond Council is committed to reducing our environmental impact and ensuring our borough is a place that is safe and healthy for people to live and work in. Like other councils, Richmond Council has historically used a weed killer containing a chemical herbicide called glyphosate to control street plant growth, but has reduced the quantity in recent years, including no longer spraying around the base of street trees. ... More
    Opened 10 January 2024
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