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Update on KCSC's Transformation Programme Report

KCSC was funded by West London Clinical Commissioning Group (WLCCG) to fund a Transformation Programme in 2017. Significant progress has been made and a number of organisations have come together to respond to changes and challenges in future funding from the NHS.

Social Return on Investment (SROI) report

Health and social care services in North and West London are building positive new models of cross-sector working to make better use of joined-up resources. The Self-Care social prescribing model has led to reduced avoidable need for hospitalisations, reduced need for GP practice hours, and reduced levels of physical pain and depression for patients.


Evaluation of My Care My Way Social Prescribing Programme


Cooking Up Ideas: Addressing the challenges of food poverty in Kensington and Chelsea

The findings of our year long research project examining food poverty in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea. This report highlights the experiences of food aid providers and recipients, and is based on work carried out in partnership with seven local charities. 



Private Renters Rights: Safe and stable homes in Kensington and Chelsea

The numbers of people living in privately rented accomodation has seen significant growth over recent years. Alongside this, rents have risen considerably and concerns over adequate regulation and poor conditions are common.

In this new report, Private Renters' Rights: Safe and stable homes in Kensington and Chelsea, we examine the experiences of local renters and suggest ways in which their rights can be protected and extended.

Switching Household Energy Tariffs

An independent study that examined whether supporting people to better understand the domestic energy market would result in people changing their suppliers or tariffs, and therefore reduce their household expenditure, and thereby alleviate a factor that can lead to poverty.

Understanding the Changing Environment

The results of a SWOT analysis, undertaken by voluntary and community sector organisations from Kensington and Chelsea and the London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham, into the impact of tri-borough working between RBKC, LBHF and Westminster.

Impact of Spending Cuts and Tri-borough Developments

Early in 2011, it was announced that an important contribution to future savings will be the joint work being undertaken between RBKC, City of Westminster and the London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham. All three local authorities are developing plans to integrate the management and delivery of a range of services with the aim of each saving at least £10m per year by 14/15.

The Somali Diaspora in Kensington and Chelsea

A report into the Somali community in Kensington and Chelsea based in part, on research carried out with local Somali community representatives. The report makes recommendations for strengthening the Somali community and it's voluntary and community organisations. 

This is Us - Summary Report

The state of the voluntary and community sector in Kensington and Chelsea. This report was released at the beginning of 2010.

It identified how the services organisations delivered made a difference to peoples lives. It also looked at how organisations planned for the future and had a special focus on smaller BME organisations.


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