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Click for more detail Residents' Panel: The Royal Borough Newspaper 2015 Corporate Services - Policy and Partnerships Unit 01 Apr 2015 30 Apr 2015
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The ‘Royal Borough’ newspaper is produced by the Council and delivered through your letterbox four times a year. It is also freely available from libraries, sports centres and other civic buildings around the borough.



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Click for more detail Residents' Panel: Arts and Culture 2015 Corporate Services - Policy and Partnerships Unit 01 Apr 2015 30 Apr 2015
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The Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea has an established reputation as an important centre of arts and culture. Arts and culture includes visual and performing arts as well as creative industries such as fashion and graphic design.
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Click for more detail City Living, Local Life Courtfield Survey Corporate Services - Policy and Partnerships Unit 15 Mar 2015 30 Apr 2015
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To inform the development of the Courtfield ward initiative.
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Click for more detail Consultation on Council meetings Corporate Services - Policy and Partnerships Unit 02 Mar 2015 17 Apr 2015
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Only a handful of decisions are now taken each year at full Council.  However Council meetings are an important opportunity for the Borough’s Councillors to meet to debate local issues and demonstrate community leadership. Council meetings need to evolve and so Councillors are considering making changes to the way Council meetings operate. No decisions have yet been taken on this but changes may include:
Introduction of a facility to enable Councillors to ask questions directly of Cabinet Members;
arrangements to ensure that petitions which attract wide local support are presented at, and discussed by Councillors at, full Council meetings;
a reduction in the number of Council meetings, perhaps to four or five ‘business meetings’ per year (rather than the current six);
a reduction in the length of Council meetings; and
introduction of an annual themed meeting of Councillors each Autumn, to address a topical local issue.
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Click for more detail Put the Council to the Test - Mystery Shopping volunteers needed Corporate Services - Policy and Partnerships Unit 02 Feb 2015 30 Apr 2015
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The Council's mystery shopping programme, Resident Reviewers is seeking new volunteers to help pur the Council to the test. Volunteers will be asked to test Council Services via mystery shopping exercises, via the telephone, in person or via email .

Reviewers will be asked to take part in two or three exercises per year and be rewarded with gift vouchers each time the participate (typically £40).

Interested? Email consult@rbkc.gov.uk or phone 020 7361 3616

 

 


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