Closed Consultations

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  • Basil Street Public Realm Improvements

    The section of Basil Street east of Pavilion Road has been closed since 2019 to facilitate the building of the “K1 Development”, the prominent building on the corner of Sloane Street and Brompton Road. In 2020, the Council consulted on the principle of making this closure permanent. Most respondents to the consultation supported this proposition. Earlier this year, the Council made a traffic order to close the junction of Sloane Street and Basil Street on a permanent basis to... More
    Opened 31 August 2023
  • Ifield Road Playground Improvements

    Ifield Road Playground is a small outdoor play area located along Ifield Road, next to Earl's Court Youth Club. It has toddler swings, a wooden see-saw and a metal climbing frame on blue safety matting. It also has trees, flowers and shrubs. The play equipment and its blue safety surfacing are coming to the end of their life and need to be replaced. More
    Opened 13 July 2023
  • Citizens' Panel - Supporting emotional health and wellbeing in the borough

    Mental health and wellbeing refers to our state of thinking, feeling and behaving which affects our ability to cope with life, build and maintain relationships, make decisions, and contribute to our communities. Anyone can be affected by mental health problems. Approximately 1 in 4 adults will experience a mental health problem someday such as anxiety and depression. When you get help, the right advice and support information, you are more likely to fully recover and learn to... More
    Opened 3 July 2023
  • Sunbeam Gardens Improvements

    Kensington and Chelsea Council are seeking your views on a wide range of improvements to your local park – Sunbeam Gardens. The potential improvements include the following: Installation of drinking water fountain; New seating; Art sculpture and mural; Repainting existing railings; New planting; and, Outdoor gym. More
    Opened 29 June 2023
  • Elm Park Gardens (east and west arms) - Proposed sinusoidal road hump traffic calming

    Please read the following information carefully before filling in our consultation survey below, no later than 10 September 2023. Following a successful application for Neighbourhood Community Infrastructure Levy (NCIL) funding by the Elm Park House Residents Committee, to introduce traffic calming in Elm Park Gardens (east and west arms), the Council is now seeking the views of local residents on the proposals. A portion of the Community Infrastructure Levy... More
    Opened 24 June 2023
  • June 23 Housing Parking Changes

    This consultation seeks views on proposals to make changes to the parking layout within 375 Portobello Road, Elm Park Gardens Central, Henry Dickens Court, Knight's House, Longlands Court and Tavistock Crescent housing estates More
    Opened 21 June 2023
  • June 23 Parking Changes

    This consultation seeks views on various proposed changes to parking, waiting and loading restrictions across the borough in the following streets: Abbotsbury Road, Basil Street, Beaufort Street, Bina Gardens, Blantyre Street, Blenheim Crescent, Brompton Road, Brompton Square, Bywater Street, Cale Street, Cambridge Gardens, Campden Grove, Campden Street, Cathcart Road, Child’s Place, Coulson Street, Cremorne Estate, Dalgarno Way, Dove Mews, Drayton Gardens, Dulford Street, Earl’s... More
    Opened 21 June 2023
  • Traffic Order S465 - Cambridge Gardens

    Following a request from residents for secure cycle parking the Council is consulting on introduction of a cycle hangar in Cambridge Gardens. Residents living in flats experience particular difficulty storing bicycles at home and much existing cycle parking on-street does not offer high levels of security. The proposal is to introduce one secure cycle hangar unit outside No. 105 Cambridge Gardens. Each on-street cycle hangar unit provides space for six residents’ bicycles. The... More
    Opened 21 June 2023
  • Information, Advice and Guidance Services

    The Council wants to ensure that the provision of information, legal advice and guidance (IAG) is of a high quality, accurate and consistent and our residents can access it early and also easily. We would like to consult with residents about their experience of using IAG services in the borough. Information, legal advice and guidance (IAG) services diagnose people’s problems and provide them with information, general and/or specialist advice and guidance on matters that is relevant to... More
    Opened 19 June 2023
  • Gloucester Road Proposed Improvements

    Gloucester Road is an important focal point within South Kensington, but many of you have told us that the section south of Cromwell Road in Courtfield ward has got a bit shabby and run down. We have been pressing the Council to improve the streetscape and we are delighted that the Council’s leadership has listened. A draft design has been worked up over the last three years with helpful involvement from local residents’ associations to narrow down the initial options. ... More
    Opened 23 May 2023
  • Join the Portobello Engagement Oversight Panel

    Portobello Road is a world-renowned market street that means so much to so many people. The council are supporting the ambition of traders, residents, and businesses for a long-term plan to sympathetically improve the infrastructure of the area while embracing Portobello Road’s iconic character and culture. We are recruiting up to 20 people to form a Portobello Engagement Oversight Panel who will shape the engagement programme and oversee the process to ensure... More
    Opened 17 May 2023
  • Advisory Cycle Lanes on Fulham Road and Kensington High Street

    Enabling more walking and cycling is part of the Council Plan commitment to a Greener Kensington and Chelsea. Making such trips safer and more convenient is one way to improve our air quality, reduce traffic congestion, and work towards our goal for the borough to be carbon neutral by 2040. We are consulting on providing advisory cycle lanes on Fulham Road and the eastern and western sections of Kensington High Street. Advisory cycle lanes are indicated by a broken (dashed) painted white... More
    Opened 15 May 2023
  • Learning Disability Housing Care and Support Service- Carers Survey

    The City of Westminster and Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea Bi-Borough Adult Social Care are planning to re-design the Learning Disability Service to better meet your family member's needs. We would like to hear from you about your family member's experience of Supported Living Services so that we can include your views and suggestions in the re-design of the service. More
    Opened 3 May 2023
  • Basil Street - Pedestrian and Cycle Zone

    This consultation seeks views on the proposed introduction of the following: (a) provide a route for the use of pedestrians and pedal cycles only in Basil Street, between the western kerb-line of Sloane Street and 14 metres south-west of that kerb-line, prohibiting all motor vehicles from entering that section; (b) provide a pedestrian and cycle zone in Basil Street, between Pavilion Road and 14 metres south-west of the western kerb-line of Sloane Street (vehicles would be... More
    Opened 3 May 2023
  • Kendrick Place - Pedestrian and Cycle Zone

    This consultation seeks views on the proposed introduction of a pedestrian and cycle zone in Kendrick Place between the south-eastern kerb-line of Kendrick Mews and the north-western kerb-line of Old Brompton Road. All motor vehicles would be prohibited from entering or being in the pedestrian and cycle zone. [Note: Vehicles used by the emergency services and vehicles required for emergency work carried out by utility companies would be exempt from this restriction] and to remove the one-way... More
    Opened 3 May 2023
  • Learning Disability Housing Care and Support Service - Service Users

    The City of Westminster and Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea Bi-Borough Adult Social Care are planning to re-design the Learning Disability Service to better meet your needs. We would like to hear from you about your experience of Supported Living services so that we can include your views and suggestions in the re-design of the service. More
    Opened 3 May 2023
  • Bi-borough Health and Wellbeing Strategy 2023

    The Joint Health and Wellbeing Board The Joint Health and Wellbeing Board is a well established partnership in Kensington and Chelsea and Westminster between our local authorities, NHS and Voluntary and Community organisations. The Board is responsible for understanding and improving the health and wellbeing of residents in our boroughs. We are committed to reducing health inequalities through integrated working. The Board has a responsibility to write and... More
    Opened 2 May 2023
  • Reducing energy consumption on World's End Estate

    Consultation to reduce energy consumption in your home With the cost of living crisis we know that many people are facing difficult times and we want to work with you to support you. The price of energy has gone up over the last year and we’re looking at ways to help you reduce your energy consumption. One way to do this is to look at how the communal heating system in your home is used and we’d like your opinion on this. The increase in energy prices affects... More
    Opened 24 April 2023
  • Service Standards

    We know contact with the Council is unavoidable, but it should be easy, helpful, and friendly for residents. Our Customer Access Strategy outlines our commitment to you to achieve the best possible customer service. We aim to resolve your query with us at the first point of contact to avoid frustration and delays and to signpost you to the services you need. We will make sure by improving our systems and approach that anyone contacting the Council feels that they have... More
    Opened 17 April 2023
  • Notting Dale Future Neighbourhood 2030 – Strategy and Phase 3 priorities

    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... More
    Opened 13 April 2023
  • Young People’s Voice on Youth Services

    This survey is intended for children and young people aged 11-19 and up to 25 for people with SEND. Help us shape youth services in Kensington and Chelsea for the chance to win a £100 All4One Voucher: complete the survey and access the prize draw! As a young person, you know what services people your age really need in Kensington and Chelsea. That’s why the Council wants to hear from you to make sure we are getting it right and funding organisations that are... More
    Opened 11 April 2023
  • Youth Provision Review - Adults' survey

    The Council commissions a range of youth services across the borough for children and young people aged 11-19 (up to 25 with SEND). This means the Council funds local voluntary sector organisations to deliver high quality programmes and activities for young people. Examples of activities include sports, arts, crafts, culture, cooking and meditation. Our commissioned providers are Rugby Portobello Trust, Dalgarno Trust, Harrow Club, Al Manaar, Earl's Court Youth Club and London Sports... More
    Opened 11 April 2023
  • Rental e-Bike Cycle Parking Bays

    Rental e-bikes have become a regular sight on borough streets and can be a convenient alternative to public transport or driving. The number of trips made by rental e-bikes has increased greatly in Kensington and Chelsea over the last few years. However, we recognise that parking of rental e-bikes on narrower footways can cause a nuisance to residents, particularly where the footway is obstructed for those using wheelchairs or buggies. The Council is therefore proposing to provide... More
    Opened 5 April 2023
  • Hollywood Road - Proposed Improvements

    The Council has an ambitious streetscape programme to create beautiful places within Kensington and Chelsea. Hollywood Road with its wonderful community restaurants and pubs is a fantastic example of an area which is well loved by residents and so should rightly be a place of beauty to enjoy. During the Covid19 pandemic a number of restaurants and pubs were licensed for additional outdoor dining on the highway and this has subsequently encouraged more of a cafe culture in the area. We... More
    Opened 1 April 2023
  • Ashburn Place Priority Junctions

    Enabling more walking and cycling is one of the Council’s transport objectives. Making such trips safer and more convenient is one way to improve our air quality, reduce traffic congestion, and work towards our goal for the borough to be carbon neutral by 2040. We are consulting on converting the mini-roundabouts at the junctions of Ashburn Place and Harrington Gardens, and Ashburn Place and Courtfield Road to priority junctions. The proposals also propose replacing... More
    Opened 27 March 2023
  • Housing Service satisfaction survey

    The Housing Service is keen to hear your feedback on using our services. We would be grateful if you could spare a few minutes to complete this survey. This survey will: Help us better understand residents’ experiences when contacting us online, by telephone, in person or by letter. Help us better understand residents’ ability to use our online services and any barriers, which will inform our policies and how we support residents to use these services. ... More
    Opened 27 March 2023
  • Reducing energy consumption on Elm Park Gardens Estate

    Consultation to reduce energy consumption in your home With the cost of living crisis we know that many people are facing difficult times and we want to work with you to support you. The price of energy has gone up over the last year and we’re looking at ways to help you reduce your energy consumption. One way to do this is to look at how the communal heating system in your home is used and we’d like your opinion on this. The increase in energy prices affects... More
    Opened 16 March 2023
  • Old Brompton Road Parallel Crossing

    Enabling more walking and cycling is one of the Council’s transport objectives. Making such trips safer and more convenient is one way to improve our air quality, reduce traffic congestion, and work towards our goal for the borough to be carbon neutral by 2040. We are consulting on providing a new parallel crossing from Kempsford Gardens, across Old Brompton Road, to Brompton Cemetery. Parallel crossings enable pedestrians and cyclists to cross a road safely, with... More
    Opened 13 March 2023
  • Home to School Travel Assistance Policy for Children (0-16)

    Kensington and Chelsea and Westminster councils have a joint system for Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) Service. The councils have a statutory duty to publish their Children's Home to School Travel Assistance Policies and post 16 travel assistance policy statements on councils' websites and local offer by 31st May 2023 each year. The councils have worked with their special educational needs and travel care and support teams to refresh their current... More
    Opened 9 March 2023
  • Parking Policy on Council Estates

    We are proposing changes to our Parking Policy on Council Estates, and we want to ask for your feedback on two key changes that might affect how parking is managed on your estate. Your views will help us shape our policy and the future of parking services across all our housing estates. Background The Council has committed to carbon net-zero by 2030, which means we are aiming to reduce carbon emissions and create a balance between the carbon emissions that we produce in... More
    Opened 3 March 2023
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