Council keen to hear views of Kensington & Chelsea residents
Those living in property to rent in Kensington & Chelsea are among the people local councillors want to hear from, it would seem.
Nick Paget-Brown, the Royal borough of Kensington & Chelsea's cabinet member for transportation, has revealed that the local authority always wants to find out what the local opinion is regarding policy.
It is perhaps this relationship between council and residents that could encourage more people to opt to live in property to rent in Kensington & Chelsea.
Mr Paget-Brown's comments come as it was announced that a survey on transportation and highways in the borough is due to be released.
This will give local people the opportunity to offer their opinions on the roads located around their homes.
"I await the survey results with interest," explained Councillor Paget-Brown.
The local authority is currently working to try and change Exhibition Road in the borough into an accessible cultural quarter - another service that residents of flats to rent in Kensington & Chelsea will be able to benefit from.
Written by Martyn Glynn
Published 8th June, 2009
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