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  • Automated Public Conveniences (APCs) - Proposed Closures

    Kensington and Chelsea Council delivers a variety of toilet provisions across the borough. Although there is no requirement to provide toilet facilities, we understand their importance. However, we do have an obligation to spend public money wisely and ensure value for money. Some... More
    Closes 4 December 2022
  • London Wood Burning Project Research

    Kensington and Chelsea 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. We are working with Opinium and other councils across London to learn how residents are heating their homes... More
    Closes 9 December 2022
  • Lowerwood Court Garages Transformation Project

    The purpose of this survey is to build a baseline for any potential transformation of Lowerwood Court garages at Convent Estate into workspaces. Although there have been proposals to redevelop the garages in the past, most notably the plans put forward by Second Home, the Council... More
    Closes 11 December 2022
  • Libraries and Archives identity refresh

    We are refreshing our Bi-Borough Libraries and Archives identity by introducing a new look and feel for the service. Two designs have been proposed and we are asking residents and stakeholders to select their preferred design to help make the final decision on which design to go with. ... More
    Closes 12 December 2022
  • Public Space Protection Order (PSPO) – Busking and Street Entertainment

    The Council recognises the contribution and vibrancy that busking and street entertainment can make to the character of the borough . The Council also understands that this activity, at times, can have a negative impact on residents, businesses and visitors to the borough. This Public Space... More
    Closes 14 December 2022
  • Change at the Council – a legacy from Grenfell

    The Grenfell tragedy has forever marked Kensington and Chelsea, our communities and the Council. Bereaved, survivors and local people have challenged us to make sure that the lessons from Grenfell are never forgotten. We have heard clearly that they want us to use the... More
    Closes 18 December 2022
  • New Local Plan Review (NLPR) - Publication Policies (Regulation 19)

    The Council is undertaking a New Local Plan Review (NLPR) and has now reached the "Publication" stage. We have undertaken three previous consultations before reaching this stage. In this final consultation on "Publication Policies" we are... More
    Closes 22 December 2022
  • Flooding Risk Management - Evidence Gathering

    The Environment Select Committee set up a working group of Councillors to review flooding risk management following flooding in Kensington and Chelsea in July 2021 which affected households, high streets and businesses. The working group is developing a report with... More
    Closes 22 December 2022
  • Let's Talk K&C

    Kensington and Chelsea Council has taken up the challenge to become the best Council, in all that we do, so the borough is greener, safer, and fairer for everyone who lives here. We know that becoming the best starts with listening. Residents have already shared ideas on what they think we... More
    Closes 3 January 2023
  • Let's Talk K&C and Budget Proposals Consultations

    As we draw up plans for the future, help us to continue the conversation we've already started with our communities and influence our new Council Plan and Budget Proposals by sharing your views on the following two consultations. More
    Closes 10 January 2023
  • Draft Budget 2023-24 Revenue Proposals

    We need your views on the Council’s budget The Council’s draft budget report for 2023/24 includes key saving and investment proposals for next year. It is very important that our residents and businesses have a say on this draft budget to help to ensure the Council delivers the... More
    Closes 10 January 2023
  • Notting Hill Gate Local Action Plan Feedback

    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. ... More
    Closes 15 January 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... More
    Closes 28 February 2023
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