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RBKC - Autocratic Power And Sham Consultation

It is interesting to note that the Cabinet Member for Housing Property and Regeneration, Rock Feilding-Mellen, ‘declared an interest’, at the time of the Isaac Newton affair, stating that his children were on the waiting lists of both Notting Hill Prep School and the rival Alpha Plus Group. 1,271 more words

RBKC Declines to Investigate Rock Feilding-Mellen

We recently lodged a formal complaint with LeVerne Parker, the Chief Solicitor and Monitoring Officer of RBKC, in hope that it would lead to some scrutiny by the Standards Committee of the property holdings and business interests of Rock Feilding-Mellen, the Deputy leader of the Council and Cabinet Member for Housing Property and Regeneration. 1,270 more words

North Kensington Library - Dictat Versus Scrutiny

We were recently copied in to the formal complaint reproduced below which was emailed by Councillor Robert Atkinson, leader of the Opposition Labour Group on the Council, to the Town Clerk, Nicholas Holgate, on 11 April 2016. 938 more words

Family planning clinic saved for Chelsea

Following an article by KCW Today, plans to close Chelsea’s last remaining family planning clinic have been reversed, keeping sexual health services in the area. 391 more words

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“Spaceship” extension plans for Kensington

Designs for a proposed two-story extension atop of the Cromwell Mansions, Kensington, have caused a stir among local residents who have said that the addition to the building would be “alien” to the character of the area. 358 more words

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GAG Petitions RBKC for New KCTMO Investigation

In November last year we posted a blog calling for a new open and fully independent investigation of the Kensington and Chelsea TMO. We did so because we believe this is the only way that the negligence, incompetence and systemic failings of the KCTMO can be exposed and meaningful change brought about. 393 more words

Social Cleansing - The RBKC Housing Waiting List

We recently acquired a copy of a letter from the Housing and Homelessness Assessment Team at RBKC which we have reproduced in full below. We understand that versions of this letter are being routinely sent to some of the most vulnerable people in temporary accomodation on the Council waiting list. 682 more words