Closed Consultations

331 results

  • 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
    Closed 4 June 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
    Closed 4 June 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
    Closed 4 June 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
    Closed 28 May 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
    Closed 25 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
    Closed 24 May 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
    Closed 17 May 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
    Closed 8 May 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
    Closed 7 May 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
    Closed 1 May 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
    Closed 28 April 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
    Closed 28 April 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
    Closed 23 April 2023
  • Citizens' Panel - Making the borough safer

    You have consistently told us that community safety is one of your top priorities and making the borough safer again emerged as a key theme from the recent Let's Talk K&C consultation used to develop the Council Plan. We previously sought your views to inform the current Community Safety Plan and action plans. We now want to seek your views again to monitor progress and to see if there has been any shift in your attitudes and experiences. This will build on the benchmarks set in the... More
    Closed 12 April 2023
  • Colbeck Mews Banned Right Turn

    This consultation seeks views on the proposed introduction of a ban on motor vehicles travelling westbound along Harrington Gardens turning right into Colbeck Mews. More
    Closed 5 April 2023
  • February 2023 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, Addison Avenue, Alderson Street, Allen Street, Bevington Road, Blenheim Crescent, Brunswick Gardens, Cadogan Gardens, Cadogan Square, Calderon Place, Campden Hill Road, Chelsea Bridge Road, Chelsea Embankment, Chelsea Manor Street, Cheyne Walk, Child’s Place, Collingham Road, Colville Gardens, Colville Road, Colville... More
    Closed 22 March 2023
  • Feb 23 Housing parking changes

    This consultation seeks views on proposals to make changes to the parking layout within 69 St Quintin Avenue, Tavistock Crescent, Portobello Court Estate and Hortensia House housing estates More
    Closed 22 March 2023
  • Statutory proposal to amalgamate Golborne Children’s Centre and Maxilla Nursery School

    The proposal is to amalgamate Golborne Children's Centre and Maxilla Nursery to form one nursery school. The schools have been operating as one school for a number of years and amalgamating them will make access to the school more streamlined for families and less complicated for the operation of the school. More
    Closed 20 March 2023
  • Cycle Stands February 2023

    Enabling more cycling is one of the Council’s borough transport objectives. Making travel by bicycle convenient for residents 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. The Council installs cycle stands where provisions are low and where there is a clear case for demand in cycle parking. The Council also receives requests from residents for cycle parking as many residents living in flats have... More
    Closed 19 March 2023
  • School Streets Thomas Jones

    In Autumn 2022, the Council consulted on a proposal ot introduce a Schhol Street on St mark's Road, outside Thomas Jones Primary School on Monday to Friday 8.45am-9.05am and 3.10pm-3.40pm. The consultation stated that 70 per cent of respondents supported the scheme in full, so The Director for Transport and Regulatory Services, in consultation with the Lead Member for Planning, Place and Environment, has decided to proceed with a traffic order consultation on a School Street on St... More
    Closed 15 March 2023
  • Edenham Way Parking

    We have been working with residents on a solution to the widespread misuse of parking facilities and increasing problems with unauthorised parking at Edenham Way. Residents are frequently unable to find a parking space and some drivers of unauthorised vehicles are engaging in antisocial behaviour. There have been multiple incidences of vehicles speeding on the estate and vandalism of the car park entry gates. In response, the Council is asking... More
    Closed 12 March 2023
  • Kensington Central Library - K+C Co-works

    Kensington and Chelsea Council Libraries and Archives launched K+C Co-works in April 2022. K+C Co-works provides affordable workspace and aims to create thriving communities at the most inspiring and convenient locations. We are creating a fourth space in Kensington Central Library and would like your views. Since the launch, K+C Co-works has grown and become popular amongst local business owners, entrepreneurs, and start-ups. We have witnessed a growth in the demand... More
    Closed 7 March 2023
  • Cycle Hangars January 2023

    Enabling more cycling is one of the Council’s borough transport objectives. Making travel by bicycle convenient for residents 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. One of the ways we can make cycling easier is to provide cycle storage. Residents living in flats experience particular difficulty storing bicycles at home and much of the existing cycle parking on-street does not offer high... More
    Closed 5 March 2023
  • Notting Dale Future Neighbourhood 2030

    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. 30 initial projects are already underway delivering benefits to local residents in Notting Dale, with the opportunity for more to secure funding in the months ahead, and leave a sustainable and positive legacy. Notting Dale Future Neighbourhoods 2030 focuses on five key themes centred around retrofitting, energy supply, health and... More
    Closed 28 February 2023
  • Tenancy Agreement proposed changes

    All landlords, whether they be councils or housing associations periodically review their tenancy conditions to guarantee they remain relevant and effective in ensuring residents can enjoy their homes in peace and security. Based on feedback over amendments proposed to your tenancy agreement in March 2021 , the Housing Management Services have just undertaken such a review, proposing a small number of changes to your tenancy conditions. The main changes proposed are... More
    Closed 27 February 2023
  • Emslie Horniman Pleasance - Mural

    During a consultation on the refurbishment of a playground at Emslie Horniman Pleasance, 83% of respondents wanted to see a mural within the playground to celebrate local artistry. The team behind Kensington and Chelsea Art Week ( KCAW ) has been curating the project, running the consultation and the final delivery of the mural - which will be added onto the inside of the wall surrounding the playground. They have already run workshops to get a better understanding of what local schools... More
    Closed 27 February 2023
  • Powis Square - Feedback on summer opening and closing times and dog use

    This consultation focuses on whether the opening and closing times should be amended during the summer months, April through to August and how dogs should use the Square and how this should be controlled or managed. Summer opening and closing times Powis Square is currently open to the public from 7.30am every morning and closes when dusk falls. The current opening and closing times for this period are displayed below: Time periods ... More
    Closed 23 February 2023
  • Gilston Road - revocation of two-way cycling

    In October 2022, the Council made a traffic order that exempted cycles from part of the one-way traffic order in Gilston Road , between its junctions with Priory Walk and Park Walk. After this order was made, the Council received representations from a residents’ association about the safety of the proposal. At the request of the Lead Member for Planning, Place and Environment, the Council no longer wishes to implement this scheme. It was agreed that an alternative... More
    Closed 22 February 2023
  • Citizens' Panel - Improving our streets: Travel options for Kensington High Street and beyond

    In 2021 the Council commissioned a report from the Centre for London (CfL) to investigate the changing way residents and visitors get around the borough as the Covid pandemic receded. The Council also sought suggestions about how our streets and places could be adapted to improve walking, cycling and the use of public transport. The report also had a particular focus on Kensington High Street as a primary east-west corridor linking Kensington and Chelsea to other boroughs. ... More
    Closed 17 February 2023
  • Housing Allocations Scheme 2023

    Deciding how we fairly allocate our limited supply of social housing is one of the most important questions we face as a Council, and it is something that we must get right. In our first consultation last year we asked for your thoughts about some key themes that we wanted your guidance on to make our Allocation Scheme better. These themes were identified in the pre-consultation work carried out with residents and local voluntary groups by Newman Francis on our behalf. ... More
    Closed 16 February 2023
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