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Tagged with RBKC

  1. Bikeminded

    Talking bikes with Kathryn King

    There are over 8,000 cyclists living and working in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea (RBKC). Earlier this year RBKC council launched its Bikeminded campaign to raise awareness and promote cycling in the borough. We spoke to Kathryn King...
  2. Albert Bridge London

    Albert Bridge to reopen

    After almost two years of refurbishment and, to say the least, commuting headaches, the iconic Albert Bridge - which first opened in 1873 - is scheduled to fully reopen on Friday 2 December.
  3. On the Map Royal Borough Kensington Chelsea RBKC

    Chelsea on the map

    This morning saw the launch of a new shopping website set to change the face of retail in Kensington and Chelsea. The new initiative, On the Map, provides an interactive series of maps to The Royal Borough’s key shopping areas...
  4. London bike ride Kensington Chelsea

    Coffee and cake bike tour

    If eating cup cakes and sipping macchiatos is your idea of heaven, then the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea’s Bikeminded coffee and cake cycling tour may be just the treat you've been looking for. 
  5. Christmas tree Royal Borough Kensington Chelsea

    Recycling Your Christmas Tree In RBKC

    2012 is now in full swing as we wish all our readers here at kingsroad.co.uk a very successful and happy new year. But as you probably would have guessed by looking around the household, the remnants of 2011 are still...
  6. 02 wifi Royal Borough Kensington Chelsea

    Landmark deal creates Europe’s largest free wifi zone

    Visitors to and residents in Westminster, Kensington and Chelsea are to enjoy free wifi access on their mobile phones, laptops and tablet devices, following a landmark deal between Westminster City Council, the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea and network...
  7. 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...
  8. 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...
  9. 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. 
  10. Crossrail 2 Chelsea

    Could King's Road station become a reality?

    The proposed Crossrail 2 – which would include a train station for King's Road – has been backed by Boris Johnson and Kensington & Chelsea Council.
  11. Recycle bag

    Recycling to become clearer in Kensington and Chelsea

    Residents’ recycling bags will be clear from this autumn, with the orange containers replaced in a bid to tackle bad recycling and reduce contamination costs. The change is to help residents recycle responsibly and prevent people from putting the wrong items...
  12. CV workshop advice

    Building a bridge to employment for local youngsters

    A £100,000 scheme to help 74 young people into employment has been launched in the royal borough of Kensington and Chelsea.Funded by a grant from the City of London Corporation’s charity City Bridge Trust, the project is enabling the council...