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Council Property (Kensington and Chelsea)

This records the location and type of Royal Borough's property assets.

Article 4 Directions (Kensington and Chelsea)

Article 4 directions are issued by the council in circumstances where specific control over development is required, primarily where the character of an area of acknowledged importance would be...

Employment Zones (Kensington and Chelsea)

Employment Zones as designated in the Core Strategy.

Non Housing Council Property Assests

List of non Housing Council Property Assets as of Nov 2012 - this list includes Voluntary Aided Schools which are supported, but not owned, by the Council (updated annually)

Strategic Sites (Kensington and Chelsea)

Strategic sites are those where generally great change is envisaged. Each site has a specific land use allocation contained within the Core Strategy. The principles of development along with...

Contracts data

A register of all contracts above £20,000

Open Spaces (Kensington and Chelsea)

Open spaces defined in the Council's Core Strategy.

South Kensington Strategic Cultural Area

This is a London Plan designation and covers the South Kensington Museum Complex.

Town Centres (Kensington and Chelsea)

This delineates shopping centres into categories ranging from International to Neigbbourhood.

Senior Staff salary

In 2011, the London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham, the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea and Westminster City Council embarked upon a unique and ambitious shared services programme...

Air Quality Monitoring Sites

Location of Air Quality Monitoring sites.

Species Survey (Kensington and Chelsea)

This is a dataset of all species records that have been recorded to a fine accuracy. They are mapped as points, where each point represents the 10m or 100m grid square in which the species was...

Single Yellow Line CPZ (Kensington and Chelsea)

This defines zones where single yellow line markings denote different times of parking restrictions. Parking is not permitted on single yellow lines during the hours of control but parking is...

RBKC Brownfield Land Register

RBKC is required to prepare and maintain a register of previously developed land, known as a Brownfield Land Register. Government regulations and guidance sets out criteria to inform production of...

Payments to suppliers with a value over £500 from the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea

This page lists reports of individual payments to suppliers with a value over £500 made within the month. Publication of these lists forms part of the Council's commitment to be open and...

Open Spaces and Habitats (Kensington and Chelsea)

Habitats within GLA parcels with respective percentage covers and areas. Desriptions are defined at a coarser scale than the habitats layer.

Ecologically Sensitive Areas (Kensington and Chelsea)

Ecologically sensitive areas, which include Sites of Nature Conservation Importance, and ecologically important habitats which lie outside these sites (as determined by the Ecological Survey 2002).

Metropolitan Open Land (Kensington and Chelsea)

As defined by the Core Strategy - this is green coverage in the borough identified as being of London-wide importance.

Central Activities Zone (Kensington and Chelsea)

The Central Activities zone as defined in the Council's core strategy.

Rail Safeguarding Lines (Kensington and Chelsea)

Areas where the railway will be shallow, at or above ground level.They may also include land required permanently for stations, ventilation and access shafts. Here all planning applications must be...