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  • Housing Needs Customer 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
    Closes 23 May 2024
  • Completing Panel Surveys

    Citizens’ Panel surveys are only available for Panel members to complete. To ensure this, we ask that you provide the email address you gave when you were recruited for the Panel. Please be careful when completing this field as it should match the email address previously provided. Once this is matched , you will be able to complete the survey following any instructions given. Surveys are simple to complete online and should only take about 10-15... More
    Closes 18 May 2024
  • Selecting the Panel

    When the Panel was initially set up, we asked an independent market research agency ( SMSR Research Ltd ) to recruit to the Citizens’ Panel on our behalf. SMSR were chosen due to their extensive experience of recruiting to Panels for other councils and public bodies. SMSR randomly selected residents via telephone and face to face interviews and asked them a series of questions about joining the Panel. Quotas were set on key demographics (sex, age, ethnicity, disability and... More
    Closes 16 May 2024
  • Being a Citizens' Panel member - FAQs

    What is a Citizens ’ Panel? The Citizens' Panel is mainly an online group (there is provision for residents to receive information non-digitally) made up of up to 2000 local residents from across Kensington and Chelsea who’ve agreed to give their views on a number of consultation topics throughout the year .     Panel membership is broadly representative of the borough’s... More
    Closes 7 May 2024
  • Scrutiny survey

    Please take the time to complete this survey, as your response will help shape the development of Scrutiny at the Council. The information will be used to improve the scrutiny function – it will be reported to scrutiny chairs and to the Overview and Scrutiny Committee which has a remit to review the effectiveness of scrutiny, looking for ways to continue to improve. More
    Closes 28 April 2024
  • Kensington Park Road - one way

    This consultation seeks views on the proposal to remove the pedestrian and cycle zone in that part of Kensington Park Road that lies between Blenheim Crescent and Elgin Crescent and to provide a south-eastbound one-way system applying to all vehicles except pedal cycles in Kensington Park Road, between Blenheim Crescent and Elgin Crescent, with an accompanying ‘compulsory right turn except cycles’ from Kensington Park Mews into Kensington Park Road. The Order is... More
    Closes 24 April 2024
  • Cresswell Gardens Banned Right Turn

    This consultation seeks views on the proposed introduction of a ban on vehicles (except cycles) travelling eastbound along Old Brompton Road turning right into Cresswell Gardens. The Order, which prevents all vehicles except pedal cycles travelling eastward on Old Brompton Road from turning right into Creswell Gardens has been requested by local residents to prevent motorised vehicles from using Creswell Gardens as a cut through to Priory Walk and Drayton Gardens. More
    Closes 24 April 2024
  • Rental e-Bike Cycle Parking Bays (2024)

    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. We recognise that parking of rental e-bikes on narrow footways can cause a nuisance to residents, particularly where the footway is obstructed for those using wheelchairs or buggies. In September 2023, we implemented a number of designated e-bike... More
    Closes 17 April 2024
  • Eardley Crescent Banned Left Turn

    This consultation seeks views on the proposed introduction of a ban on vehicles (except cycles) travelling eastbound along Old Brompton Road turning left into Eardley Crescent. The Order, which prevents all vehicles except pedal cycles travelling eastward on Old Brompton Road from turning left into Eardley Crescent, is to improve the safety of the junction and to prevent motorised vehicles from using Eardley Crescent as a cut through to Warwick Road. More
    Closes 17 April 2024
  • e-Bike Rental Parking Bays 2024

    The Council are looking to expand the borough wide network of parking spaces for e-bike rental cycles. Dockless hire cycles are a convenient alternative to public transport or driving and their ability to be parked flexibly has shown huge usage demand already in Kensington and Chelsea. The Lead Member for Planning and Public Realm has requested that we provide dedicated parking bays to help us ensure that bikes can be parked in controlled locations, minimising impact on residents and to... More
    Closes 17 April 2024
  • Sports and Physical Activity feedback

    The Leisure Services team wanted to capture some feedback from residents and other stakeholders about their current levels of physical activity and also their engagement with the Council's Sport and Leisure offer, to provide feedback and new ideas on ways we can improve our service for their benefit. This will also allow us to gauge what forms of exercise people have interest in, in order for us to meet demand or change to be more suitable. More
    Closed 31 March 2024
  • Future Grenfell Support

    From October, the Council will be holding a conversation with the immediate local community near Grenfell Tower about the support they want to see from 2024 to 2028. This support is designed to help local residents who live near the Tower with the ongoing impact of the Grenfell tragedy. No decisions have yet been made about this and the support could look entirely different to what is funded through the current Grenfell Recovery programme. ... More
    Closed 29 March 2024
  • Beauchamp Place Streetscape Improvements

    Beauchamp Place is an iconic street in the heart of Knightsbridge, historically known for its fashion boutiques and antique shops. However, local business have told the Council that the experience of the street is currently compromised by large volumes of traffic, uneven pavement and road surfaces, and street clutter. Together, we have created a series of interventions that would give the local community and visitors a high-quality space to enjoy and provide a... More
    Closed 24 March 2024
  • Citizens' Panel - Making the borough safer 2024

    You have consistently told us that community safety is one of your top priorities and we have sought your views on making the borough safer since 2021. We are doing so again to continue to build up evidence over time about your experiences of crime and antisocial behaviour. This is vital in measuring progress against the current Community Safety Plan and action plans and for the strategic planning of the Community Safety Team . Your feedback is also vital in informing the team's work... More
    Closed 18 March 2024
  • London Wood Burning Project 2024

    Kensington and Chelsea Council is part of the London Wood Burning Group which received funding from Defra to investigate the effect that wood burning has on indoor and ambient air quality. In late 2022, Opinium, on behalf of the Wood Burning Group, launched a survey to learn how residents planned to heat their homes during the winter of 2022/2023. The survey had 17 questions, and it was trying to measure attitudes and behaviours around wood and solid fuel burning and asked about... More
    Closed 18 March 2024
  • February 24 Housing Parking Changes

    This consultation seeks views on proposals to make changes to the parking layout within 375 Portobello Road and Elm Park Gardens Central housing estates. More
    Closed 13 March 2024
  • February 2024 parking changes

    This consultation seeks views on various proposed changes to parking, waiting and loading restrictions across the borough in the following streets: Alma Place, Ashburn Place, Basil Street, Bolton Gardens, Bramham Gardens, Callow Street, Cambridge Gardens, Cheyne Gardens, Clarendon Road, Colville Road, Courtfield Road, Cromwell Crescent, Donne Place, Draycott Avenue, Dulford Street, Elm Park Gardens, Elsham Road, Fawcett Street, Fernshaw Road, Finborough Road, Grenfell Road, Harrington... More
    Closed 13 March 2024
  • Tenancy Strategy 2024

    The Council is currently reviewing its Tenancy Strategy. This sets out our expectations for social housing providers in the borough when granting tenancies, supporting tenants to manage their tenancies and deciding not to grant a further tenancy when one ends. Social housing providers includes the Council as well as housing associations/private registered providers in the borough. Social housing providers must consider the Tenancy Strategy when setting their own Tenancy... More
    Closed 29 February 2024
  • Public Space Protection Order (PSPO)- Earl's Court

    Following concerns raised by residents in Earl's Court ward regarding the overall safety of the area, the Council is proposing to implement a Public Space Protection Order (PSPO). This measure is intended to address anti-social behaviors, enhance safety, and contribute to the overall improvement of the quality of life in Earl's Court ward. Proposed PSPO Restrictions: 1. Use of illegal drugs or psychoactive substances Prohibits preparing or using illegal drugs or... More
    Closed 22 February 2024
  • Polling districts and polling places review 2024

    At least once every five years, the Council is required to review all the polling districts and polling places in the borough. This is to make sure that all electors continue to have access to reasonable facilities for voting. The review looks at the scheme of polling districts and polling places, which must be agreed by Full Council. A polling district is a geographical area set for the purposes of an election only. All voters who live in the same... More
    Closed 18 February 2024
  • Support payment for low-income households

    Kensington and Chelsea is home to some of the most deprived households in the country and many households in the borough continue to struggle with the impact of the rising cost of living. The Council has outlined its commitment to support a fairer borough and helping people with the cost of living and is proposing to make a £100 support payment in Spring 2024 to low-income households likely to be struggling the most. The £100 payment would be paid to over 16,500... More
    Closed 24 January 2024
  • Draft Budget 2024-25: Fees and Charges Proposals

    We need your views on the Council’s budget which includes proposed fees and charges for the financial year 2024-25. Residents, businesses, and communities are invited to share their feedback on the proposed fees and charges as part of the wider budget consultation for 2024-25 which will be taken to Full Council in February 2024 for approval. Your feedback will help us shape our financial priorities and deliver value for money for our residents,... More
    Closed 7 January 2024
  • Customer Access Strategy - User Group Expression of Interest

    Kensington and Chelsea Council has launched a Customer Access Strategy aimed at improving the experience residents have when they contact us, and we want you to be part of it! As part of the work to deliver the strategy we would like to work with people who live, work or study in the borough on a variety of projects, all with the aim of improving the experience people have when using Council services. What’s happening? We are committed to the strategy and to... More
    Closed 31 December 2023
  • Napier Road - Proposed tree planting in parking bays

    Please read the following information carefully before completing the survey below, by no later than 22 December 2023. Following a successful application for Neighbourhood Community Infrastructure Levy (NCIL) funding by a resident of Napier Road, to introduce new trees along the road, the Council is now seeking the views of local residents on the proposals. A portion of the Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) is to be spent on local priorities; this is called... More
    Closed 22 December 2023
  • Draft Budget 2024-25 Proposals

    We need your views on the Council’s budget for the financial year 2024/25. We are asking for you to complete this consultation as it will help shape our financial priorities and deliver value for money for our residents, businesses, and communities. The Council’s draft budget report for 2024/25 includes key saving and growth revenue proposals, and an update on the Council’s capital programme. This budget has been created to support our... More
    Closed 21 December 2023
  • Draft Local Flood Risk Management Strategy

    The Council is updating its Local Flood Risk Management Strategy and is seeking views on the Draft Strategy and Action Plan. The Draft Strategy is the culmination of detailed investigations and reviews into the significant flooding that affected hundreds of properties across London in July 2021. The Council is grateful for the continued constructive input from residents and community representatives on this important issue. More
    Closed 21 December 2023
  • Temporary Accommodation Storage Charging Policy

    For several years, the Council has been providing free storage and removal services to households who approach the Council as homeless (and who are not in a position to protect their belongings) whilst they are seeking support from the Housing Needs department to resolve their housing situation. The Housing Act 1996 (Pt VII, s.211) stipulates that a housing Authority must take reasonable steps to prevent the loss of, or to prevent or mitigate damage to, any personal... More
    Closed 11 December 2023
  • Hogarth Road Public Realm Improvements

    The Council would like to improve the public realm in Hogarth Road by widening the pavements, improving the street surface and planting new trees. Hogarth Road is highly visible as people exit Earl's Court station and is one of the oldest parts of Earl’s Court. The proposal would give the local community and visitors a high-quality space to enjoy and provide a pleasant setting for the vibrant collection of shops and small businesses. The scheme would be funded by the Council. ... More
    Closed 7 December 2023
  • All Saints School Street Amended Times

    In July 2022, the Council introduced a traffic order to provide a pedestrian and cycle zone at school drop off times outside the All Sainst Catholic College in St Charles Square. The College now wish to change the hours in the school day and so a new traffic order is required to amend the to amend the hours that the pedestrian and cycle zone operates in the afternoon from 2.45pm to 3.15pm, Mondays to Fridays to 2pm to 3.30pm, Mondays to Fridays, to reflect the school's amendment. More
    Closed 6 December 2023
  • October 23 Housing Parking Changes

    This consultation seeks views on proposals to make changes to the parking layout within 375 Portobello Road housing estate. More
    Closed 29 November 2023
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