A new home for Grenfell Early Years  

Grenfell Early Years Service is the provider of nursery and drop-in services formerly located at the base of Grenfell Tower and the Ilys Booker Centre (Lower Clarendon Walk) respectively. The nursery provides childcare for local families who rely on this service so they can continue to work and/or study.

In the summer of 2019 consultation took place about the possibility of the nursery relocating permanently to the North Kensington Resource Centre. Responding to community concerns, and following feasibility studies of alternative sites, it is proposed that the nursery remains at the Ilys Booker Centre. Proposals have been put together to upgrade and enhance the existing site both internally and externally.

A newsletter is being delivered to residents of the Lancaster West estate and detailed information on the proposals can be found on the Council's website.

We would like to know your views on these proposals by completing this short feedback form. The closing date for responses is Friday 7 August 2020.

Your views

  Do you have any concerns about the proposals?
  Would you support the drop-in being located near to the nursery if a suitable place could be found?

About you

In order to better understand the views of local residents and stakeholders, we would be grateful if you could answer the following questions.
  Do you have a relationship with Grenfell Nursery?
  Where do you live?

Using your personal information
The information you have provided to the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea will only be used to understand respondents’ views on the Grenfell Early Years Service. Answers to question 6, on where you live, will be used to understand the views of residents of different areas of the borough, your details will only be used for this purpose.                                                                                    

Your information will only be used for the intended purpose, we will not collect any additional information about yourself. We are working with
Fluid and will share results of this exercise with them (but all data is anonymous). We will not share your data with other Council Departments and or external bodies. If we intend to use your information for any other purpose, we will normally ask you first. In some cases, the Council may use your information for another purpose if it has a legal duty to do so, to provide a complete service to you, or if there is a risk of serious harm or threat to life.                                                                                                                              

The Council will retain your information in accordance with our retention schedule and it will be held securely. If you have any questions regarding your Data Protection rights, such as accessing your personal information, etc. or if you have a concern over the handling of your information you can email consult@rbkc.gov.uk

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