The Council wants to continue to change how we work with you, create new relationships and build on the relationships we already have with you.
We have a plan to respond to the independent review of how the Council makes decisions, and how we engage with residents, local businesses and organisations to make those decisions.
We have an opportunity to explore new ways of working with you, including looking at how we can help you to carry out your own engagement activities to shape the services we deliver.
Our communities are ethnically, religiously, economically and socially diverse places.
We want to hear from you about how we can design services that meet your different needs.
We are determined to build on the strengths and skills of our diverse local residents.
The Council and its partners are committed to providing good quality, accessible health and wellbeing services.
We want to listen to you to ensure that these services meet your needs.
The NHS will be talking to residents separately about its own services – however, the NHS and the Council want to hear from you about how we might better join up our services to provide you with an improved experience.
To help us deliver the right health and wellbeing services please share your thoughts and ideas in the text box below.
The Council wants to develop a new work and skills strategy which will include actions to help more people, particularly younger people and people with disabilities and long-term conditions, to gain qualifications and get into work.
We want to understand what your aspirations and ambitions are so that we can explore new ways of linking people to opportunities in the borough and across London.
We also want to support residents to find work, increase their potential to earn more and be able to start their own businesses if they wish.
We can do this by working with employers and partners to make sure you have access to as many opportunities as possible.
The Council wants to ensure that the shared spaces in North Kensington are spaces that support the community to thrive.
The work we’ve started to co-design the refurbishment of the Lancaster West Estate is a good example of how we want to change the way we work with you to shape your local area.
We want to talk to you about how we currently use existing buildings and open spaces, and what might need to change to make them better.
We also want to explore ways of involving local people in decisions about planning and land use.
We know that for our communities to thrive they must have young people (18-25 year olds) at their heart. The population of North Kensington in general, and Notting Dale ward in particular, is younger than the average in the borough.
The area has excellent children’s services and schools, but there are comparatively high rates of child poverty and of young people not in employment, education or training.
We want to hear from young people about what matters most to them and explore ways of improving opportunities, including mentoring and volunteering programmes, apprenticeships and other post-16 provision.
The information you have provided to Kensington and Chelsea Council will only be used to understand your views on the Creating Stronger Communities consultation.
The only mandatory field is your postcode and this is so we can map responses to better understand the views of people from different streets.
We will not share your data with any external companies but it may be used by other Council departments to understand your needs and deliver services.
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