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.
Don’t divide Chelsea!
The Chelsea Society has objected to the proposal by the parliamentary Boundary Commission to divide Chelsea into two parliamentary constituencies. Individual members may submit ...Read more >
As we all know, noisy motorbikes and “supercars” are a menace in Chelsea Last year RBKC piloted acoustic cameras to good effect. They fined ...Read more >
On 3rd July, exactly 77 years after they died, someone has placed flowers under the memorial in Turks Row to the 74 Americans who ...Read more >
Sir Thomas More
Sir Thomas was one of Chelsea’s most famous citizens, who lost his head when he challenged the secular power of the time. He worshipped ...Read more >
The Chelsea Society has discussed this matter with Cllr. Kemhali, who has explained that the loss of three parking spaces would be compensated by ...Read more >
S. KENSINGTON STATION
STOP PRESS CANCELLATION OF PLANNING COMMITTEE METING – 3 JUNE 2021 Pursuant to Part Seven, Section 2 of the Constitution (Functions Delegated to Officers), The Director ...Read more >
A Tank in Chelsea
On 26th March 2021 this Challenger 2 tank was hoisted into position outside the National Army Museum in Royal Hospital Road, Chelsea. Challenger 2 ...Read more >
Marks & Spencer Building
The Chelsea Society has objected to this Application as follows: Application number: PP/21/01425 Site Address: 81-103 (odd) King’s Road, LONDON, SW3 4NX Proposal: Demolition ...Read more >
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