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Cllr Muhammad Sadiq has been appointed the new Mayor of Sutton
Following a unanimous decision of Sutton Council at its annual general meeting on Monday 20 May, Councillor Sadiq and Councillor Annie Moral have been appointed Mayor and Deputy Mayor respectively.
Ground-breaking school project saved thanks to swift action from council
Sutton Council has acted quickly to rescue a DfE-funded project to build the first Passivhaus primary school in Sutton.
Local school pupils help police promote speed awareness in Sutton
Traffic police stepped aside in Sutton to allow school children to lay down the law.
Not Alone in Sutton - Council launches campaign to help victims of domestic abuse
Sutton Council has today (7 May) launched a domestic abuse awareness campaign
Statement from Chair of Scrutiny Committee
Committee meeting 8 May 2019
Sutton's support for Tram extension shows investment is needed in transport infrastructure
TfL has today published a report showing 81% of respondents support the extension of the London Trams network to the borough.
Notice on European Parliamentary Elections
The European Parliamentary Elections have been scheduled to take place on Thursday, 23 May 2019. The law requires that, as a result of still being a member of the European Union on 12 April, the process of election has to begin.
Getting our high streets ‘Spick & Span’, ready for summer
This week marks the launch of Sutton Council’s ‘Spick & Span Sutton’ campaign – a programme of intensive street cleansing and community clean-ups delivered in partnership with our waste and streets partner, Veolia.