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Kensington and Chelsea Advice Forum

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The local forum for advice agencies operating in Kensington and Chelsea. Members meet on a bi-annual basis for networking and the opportunity to update and discuss advice provision for local residents. Members also link into strategic planning through engagement with officers and councillors.

Agenda topics include: 

  • A workshop on Council Tax enforcement with Nucleus Legal Advice Centre
  • An update from RBKC on Ethical Debt Collection
  • Key updates from the Department for Work and Pensions

See full agenda here

KCSC  has been working with some of our local stakeholders to develop a response to the Council’s consultation on making changes to their constitution.  This will be a new ‘Charter for Public Participation’ which, in due course, will replace the ‘Local People and the Council’ section on pages 4-6 of Part One of the Council’s Constitution

To date, we have developed an initial proposal of our own Charter with accompanying traffic lights asking for commitments from the Council to help the community measure impact of decisions and determine when they should be demanding a role.  We now want to test this version and gather feedback before we submit to the council.  

Next week at the Advice Forum we will spend a few minutes reflecting on our proposal and would appreciate some of your time to read the information and share your views.

Please see Charter Standard and Commitment Circles documents. 

This meeting is for representatives of local voluntary and community organisations operating in the borough of Kensington & Chelsea. It is not open to members of the public. 

When
10th, September 2019 10:00 AM   through   12:30 PM
Location
Committee Room 1
Kensington Town Hall
Hornton Street
London
W8 7NX

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