Kensington, Chelsea and Westminster rake in a combined £117.1 million in parking charges

As West London boroughs rake in almost a quarter of a billion pounds a year from car parking, with the Royal Borough alone taking £47 million, of higher than the parking revenues from Manchester, Nottingham and Birmingham combined. Government figures have shown that this is an increasing trend with the...

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Nothing sweet about Candy Holland Park development

A rare victory for local communities against large developers was won on Tuesday night when two Candy Brother’s development plans were rejected by the RBCK planning committee. The Candy brothers, famous for their multi-million developments, were seeking permission to redevelop Dukes Lodge at 80 Holland Park, and the present site of the...

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New Edition Out Now!

Kensington, Chelsea and Westminster Today bumper December/January Edition is out now and at all the usual stockists. Watch this space for contents! You can download the digital edition here. Get your hands on it here: Waitrose: Belgravia, Bayswater, Edgware Road, Fulham Palace Road, Fulham Broadway, Gloucester Road, Kensington High Street, King’s...

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Exciting news: K&C Today takes on Westminster

Kensington and Chelsea Today is expanding its horizons from next month to include the City of Westminster. To our delight our publication has been embraced and admired by so many local readers we have developed a loyal following outside the Borough. To greet this demand we’re rebranding and, in October,...

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Results day in RBKC is something to be proud of

Students from schools in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea are celebrating excellent A level results today (Thursday 14 August). Overall the Royal Borough was well above the national average with 41 per cent gaining A* and A grades (national 26 per cent), 73 per cent A* to B...

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