1. And So To Bed Kings Road

    The sleeping king awakes

    Jeff Cohen, showroom manager at And So To Bed on the King's Road, shares the latest news from the luxury bedroom retailer as they take the next step in their 40 year journey with a new flagship store.
  2. Olympic Torch

    Olympic Torch to visit King’s Road

    On your marks, get set, go! The Olympic Torch is coming to London and will be travelling along - you guessed it - the King's Road on Thursday 26 July. The Olympic Torch will start from Chelsea Bridge Road, by...
  3. Cadogan Square Gardens

    Gardens open for Open Garden Squares weekend

    As part of Open Garden Squares Weekend 2012, Cadogan Estates are offering visitors exclusive access to the Cadogan Square Garden and Cadogan Place Gardens, today (Sunday 9 June) and tomorrow (Sunday 10 June). 
  4. London property

    London house prices on the rise

    House prices are on the rise all over the country and it’s no surprise the capital is seeing the biggest change in price. The cost of living in the city, prices for goods and services for example, are around 10...
  5. Chelsea in Bloom

    Chelsea in Bloom starts today

    Chelsea’s alternative to the RHS Chelsea Flower Show is back in full bloom this week. Chelsea in Bloom, which is now in its seventh year, sees local retailers compete to create the most imaginative displays using fresh flowers and plants.
  6. UEFA Champions League

    Chelsea FC victory parade - Sunday May 20

    Chelsea Football Club's fantastic victory in tonight's Champions League Final means a victory parade will go ahead tomorrow (Sunday, May 20).
  7. Chelsea FC Nokia App

    Chelsea FC launches its Nokia app

    Right in time for the UEFA Champions League Final between Chelsea and Bayern Munich on Saturday, Chelsea Football Club has launched its Nokia mobile phone app. The app has been designed by mobile agency, InfoMedia, and lets fan access all...
  8. UEFA Champions League

    Possible CFC Champions League parade announced

    If Chelsea Football Club wins the Champions League Final this Saturday a parade will take place on Sunday May 20, 2012 it was announced today.
  9. Battersea Power Station Chelsea FC

    Battersea bid announced

    Chelsea Football Club can confirm to our fans that we have today submitted an offer, with our property development partner Almacantar, to acquire the 39-acre Battersea Power Station site.
  10. London weather

    Search and weather now on

    As the weather is so topical right now, we thought we'd update you on the website. If you’ve been following the progress of the website since the first version was released, you will have noticed that it is changing...
  11. Bikeminded summer cycle tour

    Bikeminded launches its summer cycling tours

    Bikeminded, the name of the campaign from the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea (RBKC) council to promote cycling in the borough, has announced its programme of summer cycling tours. It is running a series of events for cyclists aimed...
  12. Best Bar None awards

    Best Bar None 2012

    Bars, pubs and clubs in Kensington and Chelsea are being urged to join the Best Bar None (BBN) scheme which is entering its fifth year in the Royal Borough. The scheme recognises licensees who demonstrate excellent management standards. 
  13. Kensington Chelsea London 2012 Olympics

    Preparing for out of hours deliveries during the Olympic Games

    With the Olympic Route Network passing through the Royal Borough, the cycling road race routed along Knightsbridge, Brompton Road and Fulham Road and the volleyball competition at Earls Court, the road network in the borough is going to be under...
  14. Jenny Gibbs KLC School of Design

    KLC School of Design to inspire young designers

    KLC School of Design, which is based at the Design Centre in Chelsea Harbour, has teamed up with local schools and architectural firm Lifschutz Davidson Sandilands (LDS), in a new initiative to inspire young designers.
  15. Kensington Mums Chelsea

    Kensington Mums - Keeping you in the loop

    Dina is a local mother of two. She recently launched, Kensington Mums, a local website for mums in Kensington to share information and experiences. In this blog post, Dina writes about her experiences as a mum and the reasons for...
  16. Earls Court Olympics

    Council urge local businesses to prepare for London 2012

    With the Olympic and Paralympic Games approaching, The Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea (RBKC) council is urging local businesses to prepare and make sure they keep running smoothly. To help businesses prepare for London 2012, a series of workshops are...
  17. Decorative Antiques & Textiles Fair Battersea

    Decorative Antiques & Textiles Fair opens on Tuesday

    The winter Decorative Antiques and Textiles Fair in the marquee in Battersea Park, opens on Tuesday 24 January with a full house of more than 140 exhibitors. The event, which runs until Sunday 29 January, showcases a range of unusual and practical period furniture...
  18. Hammersmith flyover

    Flyover reopens to light traffic

    Hammersmith Flyover has today reopened – but in a restricted capacity, with only one lane open in each direction to cars, vans and other light vehicles. Traffic restrictions are being enforced by a 6ft 6in width restriction at either end of...
  19. Tom Aikens Chelsea

    Tom Aikens Chelsea Restaurant Reopens

    Tom Aikens will reopen his eponymous Chelsea restaurant today after a significant refurbishment. Aikens Restaurant, located at 43 Elystan Street, Chelsea, originally opened in May 2003 and quickly garnered numerous culinary accolades for Tom’s creative and distinctive modern French cooking.
  20. London 2012 Olympics

    200 days to prepare for Olympic Games

    With just 200 days to go before the Olympic Games begin, expectation is building for what promises to be a magnificent sporting summer in the capital. Amidst the excitement, however, the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea is urging residents...