Current consultations



Please note:
The Planning department run a variety of different consultations which can be quite specific and complex. They therefore have their own planning consultation portal which you can search for all planning consultations. Go to the Planning consultation portal.

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Consultation Title Business Group Start Date Completion Date
Click for more detail Notting Hill Carnival - Residents' Survey 2015 Corporate Services - Policy and Partnerships Unit 01 Dec 2015 15 Jan 2016
Aim
To gather feedback from residents that attended the Notting Hill Carnival in 2015 and to gather general feedback on the Notting Hill Carnival from residents (regardless of whether they attended the Carnival this year).
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Click for more detail Notting Hill Carnival - Traders' Survey 2015 Transport, Environment and Leisure Services - Executive, Strategy and Service Development Team 30 Nov 2015 20 Dec 2015
Aim
To gather feedback from traders at the Notting Hill Carnival in 2015.
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Click for more detail Resident Reviewers Project: Libraries Exercise 2015 Corporate Services - Policy and Partnerships Unit 04 Nov 2015 04 Dec 2015
Aim
To gather feedback on visiting two of the borough's libraries.
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Click for more detail Consultation on eligibility for Adult Social Care Services Corporate Services - Policy and Partnerships Unit 03 Nov 2015 29 Jan 2016
Aim
The Care Act 2014 set out a new national framework for providing care and support services, including a National Minimum Eligibility Threshold (N-MEC), from 1st April 2015. The Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea are proposing to continue to provide services that not only meets, but exceeds, this minimum statutory requirement. Despite its weakening financial position, the Council does not want residents to receive a poorer service. In order to do this we must consult with and take into account the views of residents, adult social care customers and key partner agencies.
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Click for more detail Resident Reviewers Project: Leighton House Museum 2015 Corporate Services - Policy and Partnerships Unit 26 Oct 2015 20 Nov 2015
Aim
To gather feedback on the experience of both visiting Leighton House Museum and telephoning the Council to ask questions about the museum.
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