Climate change and environment

St Luke's Church will host its very first Kew EcoFair on Saturday 11 March from 10.30am to 2pm. The free event will inspire local residents to action on climate change and make changes in our everyday lives to help protect the Earth.

Community news | St Luke's Church | 23 Feb 23

Residents are invited to attend two consultation meetings with Thames Water, on their plans to abstract up to 75 million litres of water a day from the river Thames some 300m upstream of Teddington Lock and replace it with treated effluent from the Mogden Sewage Treatment Works.

Community news | Thames Water | 16 Feb 23

Following on from the bikehangar consultation in November 2022, the Council have listened to the feedback and will proceed with installing the secure bike storage units in 29 locations.

Council news | 02 Feb 23

Whether it’s for Valentine's Day, Mother's Day or just a special treat, why not give the gift of wellbeing?

Community news | Love Me programme | 02 Feb 23

Thames Water has developed a plan, looking ahead to 2075, to adapt to the pressures on our water resources and ensure we have a secure water supply for future generations and protect our environment.

Community news | Thames Water | 10 Jan 23

220 cameras have been deployed across Richmond upon Thames in 2022, from April to November. This project is part of an internet of things scheme, which is run across five south London boroughs known as the South London Partnership (SLP). The projects must be resident-focused and in Richmond the venture supports the SLP’s response to the climate emergency.

Council news | 28 Oct 22

Richmond Council is encouraging residents to walk and cycle this Car Free Day.

Council news | 20 Sep 22

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Updated: 13 May 2022