Listening Forum 10th January, at 7pm St Helen's Church Hall


Listening Forum is on Thursday 10 January, in St Helen's Church Hall, St Quintin Avenue at 7:00pm.

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Grenfell Tower Fund: Listening Project update


The Kensington and Chelsea Foundation set up our Grenfell Tower Fund Appeal on 14 June 2017 and have raised £6.8 million with more than £5 million already distributed, with most going to the survivors and the bereaved.

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Canalside House

"To repeat, Kensington and Chelsea Council has no plans whatsoever to sell off Canalside House, the building is a key base for charities and the voluntary sector, as well as small businesses and other local enterprises, all of which create important job opportunities in the north of our borough."

One Day Without Us - National Day of Action


Kensington & Chelsea Social Council is pleased to back One Day Without Us - A National Day of Action on Monday 20 Februay, in recognition of the contribution made to UK society by immigrants.

The date has been chosen to coincide with the UN World Day of Social Justice. Migrants from inside and outside the European Union, and everyone who supports them are invited to take part in a range of actions on the day to celebrate the contribution that migrants make.

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Data from 2016’s Mayor of London and London Assembly Elections


The results for the Mayoral and Assembly elections down to constituency level are now available (including turnout and spoils etc) on the GLA Datastore.

The London Elect website also includes voting and turnout details at borough and ward level

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London Mayoral Election - VCS Manifesto and Hustings


With the London Mayoral election now less than a month away LVSC, the pan-London voluntary sector infrastructure body, has produced a Manifesto outlining 6 Asks for the new London Mayor.

LVSC are asking the new Mayor to:

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London Fairness Report Published


The London Fairness Commission has published it’s Final Report, following the first inquiry into ‘fairness’ in the capital for 125 years.

The report considers a ‘ticking time bomb’ – how London’s future success will be undermined if current problems are not resolved – and presents recommendations, including ones relating to the cost of living and housing.

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National charities and voluntary organisations survey 2015


Take part in the biggest annual survey of charities and voluntary organisations. The survey, launched by a coalition of charities, is gathering evidence about how charities are able to get their voice heard and the support they need.

By taking part you will be helping make sure that funders and decision makers know more about your needs. This survey is a powerful way of getting your voice heard.

The survey can be completed in 15 minutes.

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Private renting in K&C - new report out


Private Renters’ Rights: Safe and stable homes in Kensington and Chelsea is our latest report. It is the culmination of a nine month research project carried out as part of the work of the K&C Poverty & Inequality Network.

The report highlights how high rent and poor conditions are leaving tenants struggling in Kensington and Chelsea.

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London's Poverty Profile 2015


Trust for London has published London's Poverty Profile 2015. The report is based on a independent analysis of around 80 poverty and inequality indicators.

This is the fifth edition of the poverty profile and amongst its key findings are 

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