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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

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

ROCK - YOU'VE BEEN MELLENED!

On Monday 7th March members of the Grenfell Action Group and the Radical Housing Network targeted the home of Cllr Rock Feilding-Mellen and executed a mock eviction¬† of RBKC’s despised Cabinet Member for Housing, Property and REGENERATION. 275 more words

SOCIAL HOUSING WIPEOUT IN RBKC

According to an article published in the Independent in September last year Government plans to extend the Right to Buy scheme mean local authorities may be forced to sell off… 160 more words

'OUR HOUSE' COMMUNITY SPACE

We need YOU this SATURDAY 5th MARCH:

‘Kill the Bill’ activists have occupied a building in the heart of the most expensive part of London to host a community-led occupation in protest at the Tories Housing Bill, the housing crisis, and to highlight the insanity of empty properties when thousands are homeless. 159 more words

WHAT FUTURE FOR NORTH KENSINGTON LIBRARY?

The much loved North Kensington Library was the first purpose-built library in Kensington. Built in 1890 it was listed Grade II in 1984. The Library is an important part of the heritage of historic public buildings serving the working class communities of North Kensington. 1,231 more words