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The Royal Borough of Kingston-Upon-Thames is one of only four Royal Boroughs throughout England and Wales and the second smallest Borough in London measuring 14.3 square miles in total. The Borough as it is known today was formed from the old municipal borough of Kingston in 1965. Its origins can be traced back to Saxon times. In between World War 1 and World War 2 much development took place. This was mainly residential, but also industrial units were constructed for the manufacture of paint and aircraft.
More recent construction completed in Kingston has included a £50 million transformation of the University. There is also a further £80 million worth of building to create residential, commercial and office space that will be undertaken on the estate by 2017. In early 2014, Kingston received £30million pounds from the Mayor as part of a ‘mini-Holland’ scheme to improve facilities and conditions for cyclists.
Get Planning and Architecture offices are based in the adjoining Borough of Sutton and so we have a great deal of local knowledge about Kingston. Get Planning and Architecture has completed a variety of projects both large and small not only in Kingston-Upon-Thames but throughout London as a whole.