Council Plan - Understanding what is important to you

Closed 23 May 2021

Opened 12 Apr 2021


The purpose of this survey is to gather up-to-date insight on what matters most to our residents as well as businesses and voluntary & community sector organisations operating in the Kensington and Chelsea. Similar engagement activities we have previously undertaken include the survey conducted in the summer of 2020 - that was focussed on understanding the impact of Covid-19 - and the public consultation undertaken in 2019, which underpins the priorities set out in our 2019 Council Plan.

The insights from Covid-19 residents survey have formed the foundation of the Council’s Covid-19 recovery work. The Council has used the themes from this survey to prioritise activities to address the issues highlighted, such as the local economy, employment opportunities and wellbeing issues.  

We have all experienced the impact of the global pandemic differently, making it even more important that the Council understands how priorities and needs may have changed over the last year or so. This insight will inform the Council’s ongoing planning and prioritisation of its collective activity to support residents and deliver services, including but not limited to, addressing the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic.

This survey will run for a period of six weeks, and will close on Sunday 23 May 2021 – your participation in this consultation is voluntary. Should you choose to respond, information about how your data will be processed can be found at the end of the survey.

If you require this survey in alternative languages or formats (e.g. hard copies) please call Kane Voss, Senior Project Manager, on 07814362246 or email to request this.


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