Notting Hill Gate Local Action Plan Feedback

Closed 15 Jan 2023

Opened 7 Sep 2022


We want our high streets to be places that are welcoming, where visitors want to spend time and where they want to return to again and again. One way we are working to support our high streets is through the development of a series of local action plans. The first one in Notting Hill Gate. 

Local action plans list place-based projects which are identified and detailed with the community. Together, we will ensure that projects are deliverable, impactful, and well maintained. Projects can be short, medium or long term, permanent or temporary, large or small – depending on the community’s appetite. Action plans are not policy documents or legislation, but a continuously updated place-based framework that will help to shape the future of the high street.

Why your views matter

This survey will inform the making of a local action plan for Notting Hill Gate. We are looking for both project ideas and general priorities that you think could make a difference in the area and help to future-proof the local high street. 

If you live or work in Notting Hill Gate you are invited to join the working group helping to develop the action plan. Please share your contact details at the end of this questionnaire. 

If you have any queries, require a paper copy of the consultation, or require assistance in other languages, please contact the project team on or call the Planning Line 020 7361 3012.

What happens next

The working group will analyse the feedback received in tandem with the development of the local action plan. You can track our progress on the Notting Hill Gate Local Action Plan webpage.

If you signed up for updates or expressed interest in joining the working group, you should hear from us soon.


  • Future of Notting Hill Gate Drop In Session

    From 17 Oct 2022 at 15:30 to 17 Oct 2022 at 19:00

    Join us for a drop-in session to discuss possibilities for the future of Notting Hill Gate and to learn more about the high streets programme. This is being held at: Essex Church (Kensington Unitarians), 112 Palace Gardens Terrace, W8 4RT


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