These pages look at how we are renewing and upgrading our
housing and creating new homes, how we work with social housing
providers (such as housing associations) and how we are working to
reduce antisocial behaviour and make our neighbourhoods great
places to live.
Housing regeneration, sometimes called housing renewal, is the
process of renewing and upgrading the social housing stock in the
Royal Borough. Find out what’s happening.
Find out how you can get involved in your community.
The Hidden Homes project finds redundant or underused spaces in
existing social housing and turns them into new homes.
In this section you can find out about the work and projects we
run to ensure the neighbourhoods of Kensington and Chelsea are
great places to live, work and play.
The Council is planning to review the future of the Council
buildings in Pembroke Road, including the residential properties at
Broadwood Terrace and Chesterton Square.
The Royal Borough has a long history of working with registered
providers (also known as housing associations or registered social
landlords) to provide social housing.
We are currently working with our partner, Peabody, to develop
new and improved housing and facilities on the western edge of the
The area between Trellick Tower and Elkstone Road has been empty
for some time. The Council, working with the local community, has
begun the process of developing plans for the area.
We are considering options to build a new Barlby Primary School,
a new school for children with special education needs, and what
opportunities there may be for developing Treverton Estate.
Grenfell Tower, on the Lancaster West Estate in North
Kensington, is undergoing major refurbishment. Find out more.