My Courtfield

I'm starting something good. www.citylivinglocallife.orgCourtfield Ward residents can work with their local councillors to make a difference in their neighbourhood after the ward signed up to the City Living, local Life scheme run by the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea.

Courtfield Councillors will soon be meeting with officers to decide how to kick start City Living, Local Life activity in their ward.

If you live in Courtfield, and want to share an idea, you can do so here or contact ward Councillors directly from this page.

City Living, Local Life Survey

Residents in Courtfield recently had the opportunity to share what they see as their local priorities with their ward councillors, to then turn into a series of small, practical projects to improve the neighbourhood, by filling out a City Living Local Life survey.

The results can be found here:

Report [PDF 284KB)

Appendices [PDF 662KB]


Courtfield Community Noticeboard

  • Ask Nick: A Conversation and Question Time with the Leader of the Council, 9 July 2015

    There are seven days of the week, seven colours of the rainbow, seven continents, seven wonders of the world and now seven Ask Nick’s with the return of your chance to quiz Council Leader, Cllr Nick Paget-Brown. The Leader’s tour around the borough which has already seen Ask Nick’s take place in Dalgarno, Chelsea, Kensington High […]

  • The results are in: City Living, Local Life surveys for Courtfield and St. Helen’s

    Residents in Courtfield and St. Helen’s can read the results of the City Living, Local Life ward surveys which were issued earlier in the year. These surveys allowed residents to feedback on the sort of issues and priorities they feel are most prominent in their areas, and what sort of City Living, Local Life projects […]

  • Calling all Courtfielders: City Living, Local Life Survey is coming your way

    Residents in Courtfield will soon have an opportunity to share what they see as their local priorities with their ward councillors, to then turn into a series of small, practical projects to improve the neighbourhood, by filling out a City Living Local Life survey. Residents will be able to fill out the survey and send back […]

  • Courtfield joins City Living, Local Life

    Councillors in Courtfield ward have elected to join City Living, Local Life, and in doing so, now sees all 18 wards in RBKC signed up to the initiative. Councillor Gerard Hargreaves, Cabinet Member for Voluntary Organisations and Resident Engagement said: “I am delighted that Courtfield is now part of City Living, Local Life.  I’m sure that […]

  • Come and have your say: Brompton Cemetery Conservation Project

    The Royal Parks is seeking views on proposals to refurbish London’s historic Brompton Cemetery following an award of £3.7 million from the Heritage Lottery and Big Lottery Funds in January this year. Following a period of consultation ending on 17 October, it expects to submit a planning application to the Royal Borough of Kensington and […]

  • Exhibition: Intervening Space: From the Intimate to the World

    The Mosaic Rooms and ARIA (artist residency in Algiers), are pleased to present the first London group show of six contemporary Algerian artists, featuring newly-commissioned and reimagined works from Fayçal Baghriche, Amina Menia, Atef Berredjem, Hanan Benammar, Massinissa Selmani and Sadek Rahim. Working in a range of media, including photography, audio and installation, the artists […]

  • Earl’s Court Timebank Due to Close

    Below is a message from Earl’s Court Timebank about their future: As some of you know, staff at Earl’s Court Health & Wellbeing Centre have been speaking  recently with the organisations who pay for our services.  When the centre was opened 2 years ago, the Primary Care Trust (part of the NHS) paid for services at the […]

  • Want to find out more about changes to benefits?

    Jill Collins from Hammersmith & Fulham Job Centre will be delivering a short information session about changes to the benefits system on Friday 13 December from 11am to 12noon. This free session will take place at the Earl’s Court Health and Wellbeing Centre and is suitable for organisations who would like more information to better support […]

  • Classical Singers London

    If you enjoy singing in a classical style, whether it be song, opera, musical or operetta, why not join this lovely group? The group is open to all levels and you’ll be able to practise performing and share your talent with other enthusiasts in informal sessions. A brilliant proffesional pianist is provided so all you have […]

  • Free talk on edible plants at Sybil Thorndike House

    Want to know what edible plants you can grow indoors? Do you have problems caring for house plant? If you do then, why not attend this free talk and workshop…. A talk on Edible Indoor Plants by Greg Basire and Ben Binnell of Quadron Services This FREE practical talk will explain what you can grow indoors and […]