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Community engagement

Community development and engagement has been brought into the heart of KCSC since the Grenfell fire of June 2017.

The purpose of this shift in emphasis is to ensure place, people and community assets are a foundation to decision making.

North Kensington’s community is in a period of profound flux, on the precipice of brighter future which can be co-produced by the people who live and work in the area, in conjunction with the Council, West London Clinical Commissioning Group, voluntary and community organisations and other principal stakeholders.

This is not a given, and it will require constant vigilance, nurturing and support.  KCSC aims to ensure we are shoulder-to-shoulder with our community, providing the conditions and support structures to enable social action and community voice to flourish. 
 

KCSC wants to build and support community-led social action in line with our mission and values, and to build and support local community alliances.

We will do this by seeking to: 

  • Strengthen civic participation through training and upskilling 
  • Support the raising of local voices for influence 
  • Create and/or support opportunities for closer working between grassroots community groups/local actors and the statutory and voluntary sector e.g facilitated meetings 
  • Optimise the Grenfell Network Group to help co-ordinate and improve local services for North Kensington 
  • Support the development of local community-led initiatives – such as emerging CIC’s

Please find useful information on our Community News below and on our Noticeboard announcement page andThe Grenfell Network Group.

Community Engagement News

Tue 16/07/2019

The Government makes contact with the communities of North Kensington on future of Grenfell site.

"Dear all,

Tue 16/07/2019

Scrutiny is a Councillor-led statutory function within the Council. It is responsible for holding decision-makers to account on behalf of borough residents.

Wed 05/06/2019

KCSC has received the following long email regarding the soil toxicity in the area. The information provided has come straight from Ministry of Housing Communities and Local Government on 3rd June 2019 

Tue 16/04/2019

KCSC encourages the community and their Voluntary Sector partners to attend one of the two workshops surrounding the issue of soil toxicity in the next week. The report and the impact on the community has galvanised many in the community to take action.

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