Residents

 Residents

Mayors' Awards 2020 - Nominations now open

The Mayor would like your help in finding people who make an outstanding contribution to life in Kensington and Chelsea and who add significantly to the quality of life of those they help. Perhaps they’ve made their mark working with a voluntary organisation or through some other community activity, paid or unpaid.  

If this sounds like someone you know, then now’s the time to put them forward for a Mayor’s Award.  

Public Meeting

Kensington and Chelsea Social Council and Grenfell Network Group want to take the opportunity of Purdah, when all structured politics grinds to a halt, to ensure momentum is not lost in our challenge to Council to consider how their Charter for Public Participation. can be a real exemplar through adopting our proposed Charter developed in partnership with the Grenfell Network Group.

JSNA highlight report on Kensington and Chelsea

The Joint Strategic Needs Assessment (JSNA) group created a highlight report for Kensington and Chelsea.

The report is a summary of the public health challenges and opportunities for those living in, working in or visiting the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea. This highlight report puts the existing programme of Joint Strategic Needs Assessment (JSNA) into context, and encourages local priority setting around public health and wellbeing. It links to a number of information sources that can be used for more detailed information.

KCSC receives funding from Trust for London to deliver the Stronger Voices programme over the next 3 years

Trust for London has granted KCSC a total of £130,000 over the next 3 years to deliver the Stronger Voices programme.  

Based on the current work of KCSC delivering community development and engagement activities since the Grenfell fire, the funding will contribute to the funding of our Community Development role and will enable KCSC to work closely with local organisations, particularly grassroots/social action groups, to build and sustain the voice of the community within North Kensington.

Equality and Human Rights research on the Grenfell fire tragedy

As the UK's National Human Rights Institution, the Equality and Human Rights Commission has carried out research, in partnership with Race on the Agenda, to look at the human rights and equality dimensions of the Grenfell fire tragedy.

Their work has been to determine if the state is fulfilling its duties under human rights and equality law. They are thankful to everyone who has helped with this work.

Distributed Governance proposal for North Kensington Recovery Group

The Grenfell Network Group, a collaboration of residents, councillors and voluntary agencies wrote up a proposal for RBKC - Governance Review. The proposal is to provide a solid foundation for a community-led recovery within the five wards of North Kensington, and a model for increased public participation in decision-making across Kensington & Chelsea.