K&C Lib Dems launch petition to stop TFL bus cuts

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TfL's plan to cut bus services by up to a fifth will have profoundly negative impacts on the residents of Kensington & Chelsea.

K&C Lib Dem TfL has launched a six-week consultation on the withdrawal and alteration of a large number of bus services. For Kensington & Chelsea, we are looking at the withdrawal of bus routes 414, 14, 72, 74, N74 and C3 and alterations to bus routes 328, 19, 430, 49, N27 and 27. 

We are caught in a trap while Central Government and Sadiq Khan in City Hall continue to battle it out. Local residents and businesses will be the losers.

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Earl's Court WIN

Cllr. Tim Verboven joins Cllr Linda Wade fighting for Earl's Court. 

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Burning waste, more traffic and still no action

Even with twice weekly rubbish pickups, this Conservative-run council is failing to keep our streets clean. We need change. 

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Overdevelopment in Lots Road - the fight continues

Once again Lots Village is under threat of unsustainable over-development, and local residents tell me they are upset by the lack of transparency in the planning process.

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65% of people don't trust the Conservative Party

YouGov found that only 10% of people believe that the Conservative Party is trustworthy. The scandals and the sleaze have left us all disillusioned.

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What's the real price of a quick takeaway?

The explosion of bike deliveries in the last few years has placed a strain on those areas close to participating restaurants.

 

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Holland Park School

Pictures courtesy of Google Street View © Google.

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Reopen our Police Stations

Twenty years ago there were four police stations serving our borough. Now, three have closed their doors for good and RBKC Met Police are now based at Hammersmith Police station.

Sign our petition to reopen our police stations by clicking the link here.

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Pembridge Square Streets Survey

Sam Dodgshon our candidate in Pembridge wants to know what you think about your local area. 

Take the survey now and help us learn about what needs to change in our neighbourhood. 


An interview with Christophe Noblet

Christophe, one of our three fantastic candidates in Earl's Court has been discussing his life, the campaign, and the local neighbourhood in Français à Londres this week. 

You can check out the article on their website here.


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