The Kensington Society is an amenity society for all of Kensington, created in 1953. We have close to 700 members and some 40 affiliated societies.
For more information, see the About page.
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The Kensington Society annual for 2021-2022 has just been distributed to all members and is, as usual, full of interesting articles about art, history and planning. Those who haven't received it, can download it or read it online.
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The bidding for the Notting Hill police station has been extended to 13 May, which means that the decision whom to sell to won't be taken before the middle of May. The reason for the extension isn't known (this will be the third extension), but it's probably a combination of lack of bids and the restrictions on taking politically sensitive decisions during the weeks leading up to an election, in this case the local elections on 5 May. This extension means that the ongoing petition to keep the police station for continued community use can run for several more weeks.
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