Abingdon

Brompton & Hans Town

Campden

Chelsea Riverside

Colville

  • Camden Institute
  • Isaac Newton Centre
  • Kids playground
  • Ladbroke Grove Village Hall
  • Lancaster Youth Centre
  • North Kensington Library

Courtfield

Dalgarno

  • Canalside Ladbroke Grove

Earl's Court

Golborne

  • Acklam Adventure Playground
  • Acklam Hall
  • Art Gallery
  • Ebony Steel Band Trust
  • Edenham Residential Care
  • Golbourne Youth Centre
  • Hall of Fame Wornington Road
  • The Flyover
  • The Moroccan Information & Advice Centre
  • Westbourne Studios.
  • Westway Information Centre
  • Wornington College

Holland

Norland

Notting Dale

  • Carnival Industrial Enterprise
  • Ladbroke Lower School for Girls.
  • Light House
  • Silchester sports ground
  • West London Stables

Pembridge

Queen's Gate

Redcliffe

Royal Hospital

St. Helen's

  • EPICS Adult Day Care Centre
  • Maxilla Nursery

Stanley

    Markers

  • Acklam Adventure Playground
  • Acklam Hall
  • Art Gallery
  • Camden Institute
  • Canalside Ladbroke Grove
  • Carnival Industrial Enterprise
  • Ebony Steel Band Trust
  • Edenham Residential Care
  • EPICS Adult Day Care Centre
  • Golbourne Youth Centre
  • Hall of Fame Wornington Road
  • Isaac Newton Centre
  • Kids playground
  • Ladbroke Grove Village Hall
  • Ladbroke Lower School for Girls.
  • Lancaster Youth Centre
  • Light House
  • Maxilla Nursery
  • North Kensington Library
  • Silchester sports ground
  • The Flyover
  • The Moroccan Information & Advice Centre
  • West London Stables
  • Westbourne Studios.
  • Westway Information Centre
  • Wornington College

Graphs

Please note, this is work in progress, some dates are rough approximations based on knowledge we have at this time.

Please contact us with any contributions, feedback or to report any inaccuracies.

About

Public Amenity Map is a grassroots project that aims to keep track of community assets in North Kensington. The map is an active archive, that works as a tool for creating an indepth record of the effects of gentrification in North Kensington. By drawing together publicly available information with community knowledge, we hope to trace the changes in public space over time, so that everyone can see clearly the context in which changes to the use and management of public assets takes place.

Coloured icons represent assets in their current state as either Public, under Threat or sold/ Private.

RBKC council datasets