Stretching from Chelsea Embankment in the south, through
Kensington, Notting Hill, Ladbroke Grove, and up to the border of
Kensal Green in the north, the Royal Borough is nevertheless one of
the smallest in London. We feel this makes us more friendly and
accessible. In no small part this is because any place you wish to
go is such a short walk away.
The borough has over 4,000 listed buildings, seventy
percent of our land is protected by conservation areas and we are
home to some of the most famous visitor attractions in London. So,
whether you want to shop at Harrods, walk through Holland Park,
view an exhibition at the V&A, or get carried away at the
largest festival in Europe during Carnival, the Royal Borough is
the prime place to be.