Notting Dale Future Neighbourhood 2030 – Strategy and Phase 3 priorities

Closed 25 May 2023

Opened 13 Apr 2023

Feedback updated 6 Oct 2023

We asked

We asked residents of the Notting Dale to rank the environmental issues they believed had the greatest impact on their neighbourhood, and what improvements they'd like to see in Notting Dale. We also asked residents to select the environmental themes that mattered most to them for Phase 3 of the Mayor of London Future Neighbourhoods 2030 funding.

You said

Prioritising Environmental Concerns

  • Air quality emerged as the top concern, with 33 per cent  ranking it first and 32 per cent ranking it second.
  • Climate change followed with 21 per cent ranking it first.
  • Fuel poverty ranked third with 16 per cent prioritising it.

Key Areas of Improvement

  • 71 per cent identified creating local green spaces.
  • 67 per cent emphasised reducing air pollution.
  • 66 per cent highlighted energy efficiency and retrofitting.
  • 58 per cent mentioned energy fuel advice.
  • 41 per cent expressed interest in education, training, and green jobs.

Preferred Themes for the Future

  • Creating a Cleaner and Healthier Notting Dale received the most votes, with 62 per cent of respondents expressing its importance.
  • Creating Green Jobs and Skills Through Circular Economy closely followed, with 52 per cent of respondents showing strong interest in a local green economy.

We did

  • The feedback and ideas from residents helped shape the long-term environmental strategy of the programme (which is currently in a draft format) and to identify potential environmental projects for Phase 3 Mayor of London Future Neighbourhoods 2030 round of funding. The Council worked with Arup consultants to develop the strategy for Notting Dale and the consultation responses have informed the pillars, objectives, action plan of the strategy.
  • The initiatives that will be put forward in the funding application in November have emerged from ideas submitted by residents.
  • The Community Steering Group have supported us in developing the Future Neighbourhood vision of the strategy and have reviewed first two drafts of the environmental strategy to ensure it aligns with residents’ aspirations.
  • We have set up a programme page for Notting Dale Future Neighbourhoods 2030 programme which sits under the Council’s climate change webpages to keep residents updated about the programme and the environmental activities/projects happening 

Results updated 18 Oct 2023



Notting Dale is one of only two neighbourhoods in London that has been selected as part of the Mayor of London’s Future Neighbourhoods 2030 programme, to deliver a range of environmental projects and initiatives alongside the development of a community-led future neighbourhood strategy. The Council and the Mayor of London are funding work with residents to transform Notting Dale into a model eco-neighbourhood.

Notting Dale Future Neighbourhoods 2030 focuses on five key themes centred around retrofitting, energy supply, health and wellbeing, nature recovery and green skills that will help to secure sustainable and inclusive growth of Notting Dale up to 2030 and beyond.

40+ projects are already underway as part of phase 1 and 2, delivering benefits to residents in Notting Dale such as, improved air quality, more energy efficient homes, lower carbon emissions, access to nature, and more green spaces and jobs.

A previous survey helped us understand the key environmental concerns to the Notting Dale community and informed priority areas for the second round of Mayor of London Future Neighbourhoods funding, which will allow for 12 new environmental projects to be delivered this year through phase 2 of the scheme.

There is one more opportunity for us to bid for more Future Neighbourhoods funding through phase 3 of the fund. Responses from this survey will be used to identify potential environmental projects for Phase 3 of the programme and to help shape the long-term strategy for the programme.

Community Roadshow Events

You can also provide your feedback in person - we are also hosting events to hear from residents in Notting Dale. Come along to our Community Roadshows to take part in co-designing a long-term environmental strategy for the future of Notting Dale and to tell us what environmental priorities you would like to see happening in your ward as part of the Phase 3 funding.

There will be free refreshments and fun activities, including a smoothie bike, kids art competition and plant potting! Enter a raffle with a chance to win eco prizes.

See the full programme and register for the event at Eventbrite:

  • Saturday 22 April 2023 10am to 3pm at Kensington Leisure Centre, Silchester Road, London W11 4HE
  • Saturday 22 April 2023 2pm to 6pm at Avondale Park, 8 Walmer Road, London, W11 4EY
  • Wednesday 26 April 2023 10am to 2pm at Henry Dickens Court Community Centre, 104 St Ann's Road, London, W11 4DH
  • Wednesday 26 April 2023 2pm to 6pm at Latimer Tube Station, Bramley Road, London, W10 6SZ and Latymer Church, 116 Bramley Road, London, W10 6SU

Why your views matter

We are inviting everyone in Notting Dale to share their views, ideas and aspirations about the local area on how to make Notting Dale greener, what will make a difference to the community, and what you want to see happening in the neighbourhood.

If you require a paper copy of the survey or require assistance in other languages, please contact us by email



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