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SPOTLIGHT KENSINGTON & CHELSEA

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A warm friendly place, my son loves it here with plenty of stimulating activities for him to explore

Understanding your area and the contribution of the local voluntary and community sector

I have a reason to get up and go out to meet new friends, learn new things and have fun

Lancaster West Childrens Community Network

A New Horizons Centre user

You leave this place feeling happy and knowing that your problems will be resolved MRCF client When I’m on my own I like coming to the Centre as everyone’s so kind and helpful and makes you feel at home like a family

NOVA New Opportunities client

Hundreds of local voluntary and community organisations work to serve the needs of local people. This snapshot highlights what their efforts mean to the community…

A lovely afternoon out. I feel like I belong to an extended family, going shopping. It gives me a feel-good feeling

Venture Centre user

Westway Development Trust client

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A Bee Interested in Portobello volunteer

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He was watching the door waiting all morning to come to the nursery

I find working on the gardening project has given me a lot of satisfaction with a group of people that are fun to be with and have a sense of joy which rubs off

I felt totally included and the people around me for once seemed to represent my world

JANUARY

I attended a series of financial management workshops run by Yvonne and Paul from CaSH... great tutors and easy to follow classes. A CaSH trainee Met some nice people too

A client of Age UK K&C

The Venture Centre is on my door step and I am making the most of it

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A Latymer Christian Centre user

I come to NOVA to improve my English and to have new ideas. NOVA is helpful for people who need encouragement and support

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IN YOUR WARD

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nk: Wellbeing ra nk: Deprivation ra rate: Child poverty overty: Risk of fuel p n turnout: Local electio

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7th) ensity rank = 9,600 (K&C d , K&C = 6th London = 47th th, K&C = 11th London = 495 18% Low

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= 1st ) nsity rank LLE e I d V C L & O (K C 4 8,200 = 15th : n 94th, K&C o 3 ti = n o d n Popula Lo 4th t, K&C = nk: s a r 1 3 g 1 in = e n b o Well Lond k: n a r n 8,700 (K& o ti Depriva C density 34% rank =16th : te a r ty r ) e London = Child pov 8th, K&C High = 1st erty: v o L 23% p l e London = fu 06 = 31.9% Risk of 509th, K& 0 2 C = 17th out: .7% 7% ction turn 2010 = 54 Local ele ard in opulated w Very low p ly e s n e e most d olville is th C t: 2006 = 31 c fa y Ke .4% L 17 helsea. % ton and C 2010 = 48 g in s n e K .1%

Key fact: Campden has the hig wellbeing hest rate o in the boro f self-repo ugh and th rted e eighth h ighest acro ss London .

d) rank = 2n y it s n e d &C 10,000 (K C = 3rd 33rd, K& = n o d n Lo = 15th th, K&C 6 7 4 = n Londo

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9,650 (K&C density ran

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London = 190th, K&C

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London = 239th, K&C

Child poverty rate:

Risk of fuel poverty:

Local election turnou

37%

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Average

2006 = 35.5% L 16% 2010 = 51.7%

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= 14th

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London out of 625 wards, K&C out of 18 wards. Round ward level projections for 2011. Based on 12 different indicators. Information collated by the GLA.

Deprivation rank: Child poverty rate:

ity rank = 9th) 9,300 (K&C dens K&C = 6th London = 413th, C = 3rd London = 64th, K&

11 NORLAN Population: D = 15th) nk ra ity ns de &C 9,750 (K Population: Wellbeing rank: Population: h 7t = C K& 9,150 (K&C dens London = 54th, ity rank = 11th) Deprivation rank: Wellbeing rank: th Wellbeing rank: 10 = C K& h, 5t 41% Lo 43 ndon = 153rd, K& London = verty rate: C = 13th po : ld D nk ep hi ra C ri n va tio tio va n ri rank: Dep High London = 326th, 20% verty: po K& el C fu : = of te 7t k C ra h hi is y R ld rt po verty rate: % Child pove 2006 = 34% L 21 25% out: w rn Lo tu n tio ec y: el rt l Risk of fuel pove Loca 2010 = 55.2% Risk of fuel pove rty: Average 27.4% L 22% = 06 20 t: rnou Local election tu election turnout Local election tu rnout: the highest local d 2010 = 49.6% 2006 = 32.8% L ha s rn Ba g tin 22% Key fact: Not and 2010 = 55% SE C G at st be ed in 2010. pupils perform Key fact: House e th ss Key fact: Holland ro pr ac ic es in Norland wer 11 e higher than age 4 exams in 20 anywhere else in equivalent Key St th e borough in the fir s. ol ho sc d st half of 2012. ne The average hous borough’s maintai e price was over £3 million. 13 PE th) MBRIDG ank = 5 r y it E s n ATE &C de Populatio 0th EN’S G ,900 (K 9 E n: U Q &C = 1 K 14 , h t 7 =6 8,450 (K& Wellbeing 18th London tion: C density rank: , K&C = h t rank = 4th Popula 6 2 5 = ) London = Deprivati rank: London 59th, K&C on rank: lbeing l e 17 W = 8 th 8 ank: London = Child pov 4% ation r 397th, K& v erty rate: i r p e D C = 9th : e t a r w 14% y Risk of fu t Very lo over el poverty 16% Child p : : y 4.6% L ert 2 v o = Low p Local ele 6 l 0 e 20 f fu ction turn 1% Risk o out: nout: r u in the t 010 = 4 n 2006 = 29 2 o i t c e rivation l p e .3% L 19 e l d a f c o Lo 2010 = 48 ly 4%. levels Key fact: lowest 12 .6% ty at on r e e v th o Pembridg s p a 4 e has the f child Gate h 16 - 64 yea highest nu t rate o ueen’s s e Q r old work : w t lo c m a ber of registered as the who are o Key f adults, verseas n It also h . h g u o ationals. bor 12th) FE sity rank = F n I e L d C C D & E 15 R 8,950 (K 9th : rd, K&C = n 3 13 o 6 ti = la n u o p d Po 11 Lon C = 8th k: n a r g 386th, K& in e PITAL Wellb London = 16 ROYAL HOS rank = 18th) : k ran 900 (K&C density n 7, o ti a iv r p De 13% Population: C = 5th rate: ty r London = 46th, K& e v o p : w nk Child o ra L Wellbeing = 16th on = 482nd, K&C L 19% l poverty: nd e Lo 3 % fu 5 f 2 o = k : Ris 2006 Deprivation rank .7% turnout: 3 n 4 o = ti 9% c 0 1 le 0 e 2 10 Local ld poverty rate: hi C l ia c Low s are so h. liffe home el poverty: g c fu u d of e ro k R o is R f b o e th 18% Only 12% 2006 = 31.9% L est rate in w lo t: d ou n rn Key fact: o tu c n se Local electio his is the 2010 = 50.3% housing. T ity in t population dens 14 es w lo e th s ha l ta ospi 1 rty at 9%. Key fact: Royal H t rate of child pove es w lo ird th e th s the borough. It ha

Key fact: Cremorne is 5% ranked joint 2nd with Co urtfield for the hig hest rate of privately ren w Very lo ted accommodation in % 4 1 the borough. L 3.7% 2006 = 2 7.5% 2010 = 3 est d the low te r o p e r urtfield O U RT nk = 3rd) 2010 Co . 7 EARL’S C d h n g a u o &C density ra 6 r 0 (K o 0 0 b 0 2 ,0 e 0 1 th th o s : In b ns acros Key fact &C = 12th Population: al electio c lo e don = 150th, K n th o L in t u o 7 turn nk: , K&C = 6th Wellbeing ra ondon = 240th L nk: Deprivation ra 25% rate: y rt e v o p d il Ch Average overty: p l e fu f o k is L 17 R 2006 = 25.1% t: u o rn n tu Local electio 2010 = 41.8% rate of 8 GOLB e third highest th d a h rt u o ORNE C 011, Earl’s Key fact: In 2 the borough 9 HANS TOWN Population: 8th) nce call outs in la u b m a 00 (K&C density rank = 10,300 (K&C 9,5 . ss e n ill d te : Wellbeing ra density rank = rela Population nk: 14th) for alcohol4th London = 564 London = 37th, K&C = : nk ra th, K&C = 18th ing Deprivation ra be ell W nk: = 13th London = 8th, London = 467th, K&C Child poverty K&C = 1st ivation rank: pr De rate: 51% 22% Risk of fuel p Child poverty rate: overty: Very high Low Local electio Risk of fuel poverty: n turnout: 2006 = 29.7% 2006 = 27% L 13% t: L 21% Local election turnou 2010 = 50.6% 2010 = 40.1% Key fact: Child poverty in Go ncy and lborne stands the highest life expecta highest in the s ha wn To ns Ha a t: t fac 5 y 1%, the borough. It als Ke and o ranks first fo borough. Between 2005 r fuel poverty. the most over 65s in the yrs. life expectancy was 98 2009, the average male Rankings: Population: Wellbeing rank:

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n: Wellbeing rank: Deprivati on rank: Child pov erty rate: Risk of fu el poverty : Local ele ction turn out:

Kensington and Chelsea is a borough of startling contrasts where extremes of affluence and deprivation sit side by side. Find the data for your local ward and see how it compares to others.

Based on 7 distinct dimensions incorporating 37 separate indicators. From the Indices of Deprivation 2010. Figures for 2011 published by the Campaign to End Child Poverty.

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ity rank = 13th) 8,100 (K&C dens C = 11th London = 81st, K& K&C = 14th London = 473rd,

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London =

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16% Low

19% 2006 = 30.2% L 2010 = 49.1% rship in te of home owne ra t es gh hi e th s anley ha

Key fact: St %. the borough at 57

Fuel Poverty: Based on GLA fuel poverty scores for 2010. Local election turnout: The 2010 local elections were held on the same day as the General Election which may account for the increased turnout.

For more ward level information visit: www.kcsc.org.uk/maps

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