Rubbish management will be one of the main issues during the evening. This picture, recently taken at the top of Hyde Park Gate, shows what it shouldn’t look like.

The seminar about the council’s ambitions to create a cleaner and greener borough will be held in the Town Hall’s Small Hall. To get a closer or more distant view of the map, click on the plus or minus signs. To get a full screen map, click on the open square in the upper right-hand corner.

Creating a cleaner and greener borough

What is the council doing about it?

Monday 17 February 2020, 6.30pm for a 7.00pm start

Kensington Town Hall, the Small Hall, Hornton Street

What do you feel about our recycling and waste management? And what about our parks and open spaces? How much do you know about community gardening? And leisure centres? And finally, what about our markets and local arts events? All of these come under the council’s Cleaner, Greener, Cultural Services (CGCS) department.

This early evening event on Monday 17 February provides an opportunity to meet more of the officers who organise these services and a chance to find out some of the answers to the above.

Sue Harris, executive director for Environment and Communities, will lead this follow-up to the hugely successful event in November 2018, where we found out about changes to the council’s organisation, especially the planning department.

Sue will briefly update us before introducing Terry Oliver, director of the CGCS department. He, together with some of his team, will outline how they are tackling fly-tipping and other issues, and how they are contributing to the combat against climate change and improving environmental sustainability.

As last time, we are planning an interactive seminar where we will be able to learn more about the changes that are still taking place in our council – and put our own point of view on the services offered. Are there area which you think can be improved? Are there issues which the council is not addressing properly? Come along and put your questions to leading council officials. This is another chance for all of us to have our say and to make RBKC safer, healthier and responsive.

There is no charge for this event, but please register your attendance below, so we have an idea of how many to expect!

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