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The issue of the lack of affordable space for voluntary and community organisations in Kensington and Chelsea has hit the headlines in the local press.

The Joint Strategic Needs Assessment (JSNA) identifies the current and future health needs of the local population to inform and guide commissioning of health, well-being and social care services locally.

Following the recent staffing changes at the Social Council and some desk swapping the new team is almost settled.

The Royal Borough of Kensington & Chelsea (RBKC) Safer Neighbourhood Board (SNB) is now recruiting six Community Representatives to join the Board. Can you help improve local policing and community safety by joining this influential new body?

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  • Thu 27/02/2014

    A new body that will have a major influence on local policing and community safety is being formed and you or your organisation could be part of it.

    Introduced by the Mayor of London, Safer Neighbourhood Boards are intended to give Londoners a bigger say in how the Capital is policed....

  • Thu 27/02/2014

    The government has set out a new three year plan to tackle child poverty. 

    Plans to reduce energy bills by £50 for families on lower incomes, cutting the cost of food bills through vouchers and extending free school meals are all believed to be part of the measures which the...

  • Wed 12/02/2014

    The controversial Lobbying Bill received Royal Assent on 30 January and is now an Act of Parliament (law).

    The legislation has been heavily criticised by charities who claim it will muzzle them and prevent them speaking out on issues of legitimate concern for fear of being regarded as...

  • Fri 31/01/2014

    The next couple of months will see some changes behind the scenes here at Kensington and Chelsea Social Council.

    After more than six years as Chief Executive, Mary Gardiner will be moving on from her role and will be succeeded by her Deputy, Angela Spence.

    Angela has the full...

  • Tue 28/01/2014

    The Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea is asking for comments on its draft budget for 2014-15. You have until midday Friday 14 February to respond with your views.

    The Cabinet will finalise its budget proposals at its meeting on 20 February 2014. The full Council will then be invited...

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