The Chelsea Society was founded in 1927 to protect the interests of all who live and work here, and to preserve and enhance the unique character of Chelsea for the public benefit.
A Member of The Chelsea Society, Richard Lee, has commented as follows on the RBKC proposals for changing the Residents’ Parking policy: As a ...Read more >
1790 house collapses!
During the night of 2/3 November this beautiful house in Durham Place, Chelsea, built in 1790, collapsed completely into ruins. Building works ...Read more >
The Chelsea Society was invited by Alison Jackson, a Chelsea Councillor and well-known photographer, to participate in a photographic competition which she had organised. ...Read more >
S. KENSINGTON STATION
For The Chelsea Society’s views on the redevelopment of this station see TCS submission on SOUTH KENSINGTON STATION On 24th August 2020 the ...Read more >
The Gaumont Cinema
This used to be the Gaumont cinema on the Kings Road, which became the Curzon cinema and is now being redeveloped as a cinema ...Read more >
The Chelsea Society has launched an essay competition for all state and independent primary schools in Chelsea with the aim of encouraging youthful interest ...Read more >
QUALITY REVIEW PANEL
RBKC has now decided to appoint a nominee of The Chelsea Society and a nominee of The Kensington Society to the Quality Review Panel ...Read more >
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