My Earl's Court

Earl's Court Councillors have just been elected and are getting started with City Living, Local Life.

Previously, Councillors in Earl's Court have supported Solidarity Sport to provide sporting equipment for after school clubs and a new local community newspaper called “The Court”. Projects to encourage neighbourliness and interaction are currently being developed as well as activities for older people and environmental projects. Last year, Councillors allocated £5,125.29.

Survey Results

Over 700 Earl's Court residents completed a ward-wide survey. Find out what the local priorities are:

Survey Results [PDF] (file size 686Kb)

A number of follow up actions are planned based on what you've told us. Watch this space for updates, or sign up for local updates by email.


Community Noticeboard

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