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Discussion Meeting on Planning
Events | Apr 10, 2017

Monday 10th April 2017 In the Small Hall at Chelsea Old Town Hall at 6.30pm. Admission free. Mr. Graham Stallwood, Executive Director of Planning ...

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Discussion meeting on RBKC Finances
Events | May 22, 2017

Monday 22nd May 2017 In the Small Hall at Chelsea Old Town Hall at 6.30pm. Admission free. A discussion with Cllr. Warwick Lightfoot, Cabinet-member for ...

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THAMESBROOK
News | March 16, 2017

We were pleased to hear that there are proposals to demolish this ugly building and build a high quality private residential home for elderly ...

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Cavaye House, Fulham Road
News | February 18, 2017

The Member of the Society’s Planning Committee for Stanley Ward, Patrick Baty, wrote to RBKC as follows on 9th February 2017 : 158-168 Fulham ...

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1A Walton St – Refusal of Basement application
News | February 12, 2017

The planning application  for a large basement under the old courthouse/old school at 1A Walton Street has been refused. The member of the Society’s Planning Committee ...

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Parliamentary Boundary
Feature | December 2, 2016

The Boundary Commission for England is reviewing the boundaries of the Parliamentary Constituency in which Chelsea is located. If agreed by Parliament, the new constituencies will be in use at the next scheduled General Election in 2020. The Chelsea Society believes that the boundary of the Parliamentary Constituency should be the same as the boundary of the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea For the Chairman's letter to the Boundary Commission click here tcs-to-boundary-commission-1-12-16 In view of the fact that the Commission started a new review, the chairman wrote to them…

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Our exhibition is now closed. It has been a huge success and we hope you all enjoyed learning more about Royal Chelsea.

We would not have achieved this without our wonderful sponsors: Pemberton Greenish, Cadogan Estate, Martins Property and Sloane Stanley.

Thank you also to these lovely partners and supporters: Partridges, Duke of York Square, My London Tours, Sloane Sq magazine, JF Marquees and Peter Jones.
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