About Conversations


Welcome to Kensington and Chelsea’s Conversation site. This site will help  the Council engage with our residents in an open and transparent way, sharing ideas and allowing people to have a say in decisions that affect them. This is a central commitment and key theme in the Council Plan.


Charter for Public Participation

On 22 January 2020 the Council adopted a Charter for Public Participation and came into effect, as part of the Council’s Constitution, on 1 March 2020. The Charter is one of a number of key commitments against which the Council expects to be held to account by local residents. Visit our page on the Charter for Public Participation for more information.


Information about Conversations

By using this site you should be aware that:

  • New users will need to register and be aware of our Terms of Use and Privacy Policy regarding use of your data before continuing to use the website.
  • Moderators may remove ideas and comments that are in violation of our Moderation Policy. Moderators will never change or alter your comments but may remove personal information.


How do I take part?

To use Conversation, you will need to you will need to register using an acitve email address and create a password. You will also be prompted to create an online username which will be visible to other users.

You will then be able to:

  • Comment on, and engage in, the discussions available on the site.
  • Look through the discussions on display and comment where you wish to. There is no pressure to comment on everything!

We will be moderating comments in accordance with our Moderation Policy. Any comments in violation of the policy will be rejected and not published on this website.


More Information

For more information and access to other Council services, please visit http://www.rbkc.gov.uk. Also, please consider signing up for our e-newsletter mailing list here.

The site is run by the Putting Communities First Team and any queries you have regarding consultations can be directed to: consult@rbkc.gov.uk