My Pembridge

Pembridge Councillors have just been elected and are getting started with City Living, Local Life.

Pembridge Ward Councillors are keen to find out more from local residents about what would help make the ward a better place. A survey was developed and this revealed that outreach work with older and isolated residents was a strong priority with nearly fifty percent of people indicating this issue to be important. The majority of comments related to traffic and road safety. Other suggestions included better management of rubbish clearance, trees/greenery and dogs. There was support for community events and projects for children and young people.

Councillors allocated £8,325.21 of their ward budget in 2013.


 Pembridge ward survey

Residents of Pembridge ward completed a ward-wide survey during the summer 2012.  The report below shows responses to the questions asked as well as comments made by residents.  Ward Councillors are working with Council officers to follow up specific issues raised by residents and where possible hope to seek officer support to resolve these.  The City Living, Local Life website will provide updates on progress.

Click here to view the Survey Report

Ring Stack at Night

Ring Stack Sculpture

The Notting Hill evening skyline is brightened up thanks to the installation of an illuminated 7.5 metre high Ring Stack sculpture on the Marsh and Parsons estate agents office building on Kensington Park Road, W11.  City Living, Local Life contributed towards Notting Hill Gate Improvement Group's fundraising efforts that shows the importance of the area as a main cultural hub as well as capturing the post-Olympic spirit.

You can also visit nearby areas to see what's already on near you: Local Resources 

240 Artwork Affordable Art Show

240 Project The 240 Project Artwork Affordable Art Show was held at St Peter’s Church on 5 July 2012.  St Peter’s hosted the event to celebrate links with local charity groups.

The 240 Project is a community and activity centre that works with vulnerable and excluded people - read more about their work on their website www.240project.org.uk

All photos taken by Lucie Galand
240 Project show  240 Project 3 

Community Noticeboard

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