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Grenfell Tower Fund: Listening Project update

May
25

The Kensington and Chelsea Foundation set up our Grenfell Tower Fund Appeal on 14 June 2017 and have raised £6.8 million with more than £5 million already distributed, with most going to the survivors and the bereaved.
 

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RBKC leadership team announced

May
24

The leader of Kensington and Chelsea Council, Cllr Elizabeth Campbell, has formed her new leadership team. At a short and pre-scheduled council meeting on 23 May, and following the outcome of the local authority elections on 3 May 2018, councillors agreed that Cllr Elizabeth Campbell will continue to lead the council.  

Her new leadership team includes: 

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KCSC’s brief response to Centre for Public Scrutiny Report into RBKC Governance

Apr
27

A response from KCSC to the recent report produced by the Centre for Public Scrutiny regarding RBKC's governance. 

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New leadership in place at the Council

Jul
25

On Wednesday 19 July Elizabeth Campbell was voted in as the new Leader of the Council and announced her new leadership team. Many people in the audience including some of the survivors displayed anger at the decision and made repeated calls for the whole Cabinet to stand down.

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What now for the local community after the Grenfell fire?

Jul
11

We know that there are many questions to be answered, some we wish would come sooner than others. No one can imagine the pain and ongoing suffering of those who survived their loved ones. Not knowing the full extent of what happened and why. I hope the public enquiry however controversial it appears right now will uncover the truth. It is probably right to suggest that until this happens the community as we know it will not begin to heal.   

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Planning for the Royal Borough's future

Feb
16

Residents and voluntary groups are being asked to have their say on the latest planning policy document which will help to guide development in Kensington and Chelsea until 2028.

The Council is currently undertaking a review of the ‘Local Plan Partial Review – Publication Policies’ which looks at areas such as infrastructure, planning enforcement, business uses, shopping areas, housing and climate change.

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New sexual health services in Kensington and Chelsea

Jan
20

The Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea has appointed a new local partnership and Central and North West London NHS Foundation Trust (CNWL) to deliver sexual health services from April 2017. The new three-year contracts will deliver sexual health services including sexual health awareness, HIV support, contraception and sexual transmitted infections (STIs) screening.

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Do you know someone who deserves a Mayor's Award?

Jan
05

Each year the Mayor of the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea recognises local people who make an outstanding contribution to life in the Royal Borough with a Mayor's Award.

If you know somebody who you think deserves this accolade you have until Monday 16 January to nominate them.

Perhaps they’ve made their mark working or volunteering with a voluntary organisation or through some other community activity, The Award is for people who provide outstanding service to others, which can be paid or unpaid. 

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What's in the Council budget proposal for 2017-18?

Dec
09

The Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea has published its budget proposal for 2017-18. Residents, voluntary organisations and local businesses are invited to have a say before the proposals are voted on by the full Council on Wednesday 8 March 2017.

The Council's revenue budget for 2016-17 is £408m. The proposal for 2017-18 is a net reduction in spending of £6,160,000. This will include savings of:

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Have your say on the new community centre for North Kensington

Nov
10

The Wornington Green Estate near Golborne road is undergoing a major redevelopment.

Part of the redevelopment by the owners of the estate, Catalyst Housing, involves the demolition of the current community centre on Wornington Road – the space where the Venture Centre currently is – and the provision of a new one on Portobello Road.

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