My Pembridge

One of the priorities for Pembridge ward councillors for City Living, Local Life is to work with local people and community groups to improve the public realm in the ward.

Councillors Campbell and Campion agreed in August 2014 to help green up Pembridge Road through City Living, Local Life by funding a project to install flower baskets in association with the Pembridge Road Association.

Pembridge Road is a major pedestrian route for visitors to Portobello Road and the flowers are sure to add to the character of the area, improve the environment and showcase the pride that residents and the Council take in the Royal Borough.

Councillors allocated £2665.00 to fund this project from a ward budget of £14,000 for the financial year.

Pembridge ward survey

Residents of Pembridge ward completed a ward-wide survey during the summer 2012 which informed the priorities for the ward. The report below shows responses to the questions asked as well as comments made by residents. Click here to view the Survey Report.

Find out more

If you have an idea for a project which would improve local life in Pembridge ward, get in touch with us at locallife@rbkc.gov.uk.  


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