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.
The Chelsea Society was represented by Jules Turner, Member of its Planning Committee for Royal ...Read more >
Save our Buses
Transport for London are holding a public consultation on changes to bus services in London. https://haveyoursay.tfl.gov.uk/busreview Chelsea would be one of the main areas ...Read more >
The Society has been concerned for some time that the amenity of Chelsea Reach, upstream of Battersea Bridge would be damaged by the removal ...Read more >
On 24th January 2021 The Chelsea Society proposed to Historic England that the cabmens’ shelters in Pont Street, and near the Albert Bridge, be ...Read more >
Lady Kenya Tatton-Brown
Lady Kenya Eleanor Tatton-Brown, née Kitchener, was a member of The Chelsea Society, who has died on 21st May 2022. Born in 1923, the ...Read more >
Death in Chelsea
Yet another tragic accident has occurred on Chelsea Embankment – this time at the junction with Oakley Street. At 6.30 am on 14th May ...Read more >
Escalator back in order!
Following pressure from The Chelsea Society, with help from Greg Hands MP and GLA Member Tony Devenish, the escalator was brought back into use ...Read more >
St. Wilfrid’s Convent
The Chelsea Society understands that St Wilfrid’s Convent and Care Home in Tite Street is in the process of being sold. This is a ...Read more >
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