A Fairer Place: Cost of Living Summit

Bringing all stakeholders together to assess the current picture within Kensington and Chelsea and what it means for residents.

The ongoing cost of living crisis has impacted all households, with the impact felt greatest on some residents and communities more than others, particularly those on low incomes. This has exasperated the inequalities and challenges facing residents on top of existing poverty and inequalities that exist within the borough.  This event will focus on identifying key priorities that need to be addressed, we’ll hear from various speakers and workshops will cover a range topics,

Speakers include:

  • Professor Matt Padley; Centre for Research in Social Policy – Minimum Income Standards 
  • Morgan Vine; Head of Policy and Influencing; Independent Age – Poverty in later life
  • SUFRA/ Brent Council - Beyond food banks’ focussing on the council and the organisation working hand in hand
  • Victoria Steward Todd; CEO; K&C Foundation 
    Findings from the Poverty and Prosperity in K&C; A deepening divide Report
  • Natasha Bishop RBKC Family and Children’s Services – The Early Help Strategy/family offer
  • NHS - tbc

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. 

9th, May 2024 from  9:30 AM to 12:30 PM
3 Thorpe Close
W11 5XL