The Chelsea Society was founded in 1927 by the local historian Reginald Blunt with the aim of protecting the interests of all who live and work here and to preserve and enhance the unique character of Chelsea.
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This year our Summer Party will be rather special! As from 6.30 pm on Wednesday 5th July The Chelsea Society and its guests will have ...Read more >
Monday 30th October in the Small Hall at Chelsea Old Town Hall, at 6.30 pm on a subject to be announcedRead more >
The Chelsea Society is appalled by the devastation caused by the fire at Grenfell Tower, and sends its sincere condolences to the people affected. ...Read more >
It is with great regret that the Society announces the death on 5th May 2017 of Paul Aitkenhead. Paul lived in Draycott Avenue ...Read more >
The cost of development
Email from a resident adversely affected by the cumulative impact of several construction projects over a long period “Windows at the front of our properties ...Read more >
Feature | July 28, 2016
On 11th April 2017 a meeting was held in Sloane Street between The Chairman of the Society, the Chairman of the Planning Committee of the Society, the member for Hans-Brompton Ward on the Planning Committee of the Society; the Cabinet Member for Transport and the Chief Transport Engineer of RBKC; two traffic engineers from TfL; the Chief Executive of Cadogan, and a traffic consultant engaged by Cadogan. When we were standing on the corner of Basil St at about 4pm the northbound traffic tailed back down Sloane St. as far as…Read more >
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