Kasim Ali-Your Labour Candidate In Dalgarno

Vote Kasim Ali on Thursday 21 March 2019

Kasim-AliFollowing the  resignation of Councillor Robert Thompson who  has moved to another part  of London and a new post, there will  be a by-election in the Dalgarno ward  on Thursday 21 March  2019. Your Labour Party candidate is Kasim Ali. Kasim has lived locally  in Notting Dale  for many years. He is married with  young children and is very aware  of the issues and concerns of all Dalgarno residents.

Kasim has a background in community organising and as a charity project manager. If elected Kasim pledges to work  tirelessly for the residents of Dalgarno- his focus as your  councillor will  be on housing affordability, education, employment, community safety, youth provision and adult social  care.

After the  tragedy of the Grenfell Tower  fire, Kasim ran six marathons and one  ‘ultra-marathon’ in seven days to raise £50,000 for  a local  charity  dedicated to working for the children and young people of North Kensington who  were  directly and indirectly affected by this terrible disaster  in our community.

Run for Grenfell

After the  tragedy of the Grenfell Tower  fire, Kasim ran six marathons and one  ‘ultra-marathon’ in seven days to raise £50,000 for  a local  charity  dedicated to working for the children and young people of North Kensington who  were  directly and indirectly affected by this terrible disaster  in our community.

Out and About in Dalgarno

Kasim and the  Kensington Labour team  will  be out  and about in Dalgarno over  the next  few weeks talking to, and listening to residents.

Meeting Dalgarno Residents

Kasim will  try to meet as many  of you as possible before the  election for ward  councillor to show you his passion and commitment to making a positive difference in the  lives of the  residents of Dalgarno.

You can download Kassim’s election leaflet by clicking here.

Vote Kasim Ali on Thursday 21 March 2019

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Petition RBKC for more street benches in North Kensington

Please dowload the PDF of the petition by clicking here, print it, get it signed by friends, family and colleagues, then return the completed sheet to

Disability Action Group
147 Highlever Road
London W10 6PH

Lead Petitioner: Sue Warren sue@physicslab.co.uk

This petition is supported by the K&C Labour Party Disability Action Group and ADKC.

In North Kensington the wards of Colville, Dalgarno, Golborne, Norland, Notting Dale and St. Helen’s have a significant number of residents over the age of 65 years and a high percentage of residents with long term limiting illness (Public Health England 2017). In these wards a cause of concern for many residents with restricted mobility is the lack of street benches. We, the undersigned residents of Kensington & Chelsea, request that the Council consider this Petition at a full council meeting and makes resources available to install benches in these six wards in consultation with local residents and groups representing the interests of those with restricted mobility and sets out a timescale for the implementation of this project.

Dictating To The Estate-A play about the events leading up to the Grenfell Tower fire

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Dear All,

As some of you may know, I have written a play about the events leading up to the Grenfell Tower fire, which will be performed in two public readings at the Playground Theatre in Latimer Road next month. The play is a documentary play, and uses contemporary blogs, emails and Council records to place these events in the context of austerity, deregulation, estate regeneration and local activism. More details can be found by clicking here.

If you’d like to donate towards the production, there is a crowdfunding page here.

All the best, Nathaniel.

Let’s Talk Priorities-RBKC wants to hear you

RBKC is holding events in the coming weeks to allow local people to tell what’s important to them, and help set the council’s priorities. These discussions will all help shape the Council Plan that will be published next year. The events will be taking place at the following places:

Wednesday 5 December (6pm – 8pm) – Chelsea Academy, Lots Road, Chelsea, London SW10 0AB.

Thursday 6 December (6pm – 8pm) – Baden Powell Conference Centre, 65-67 Queen’s Gate, Kensington, London SW7 5JS

Monday 10 December (6pm – 8pm) – Chelsea Old Town Hall, King’s Road, Kensington and Chelsea, London, SW3 5EE

Tuesday 11 December (6pm – 8pm) – St Mary Abbotts Centre, Vicarage Gate, Kensington, London W8 4HN

Wednesday 12 December (6pm – 8pm) – St Cuthbert’s Centre, 50 Philbeach Gardens, Kensington, London SW5 9EB

You can sign up for all these events by clicking here.

Because of logistics, the number of spaces are limited so please make sure you register early. Each event will start promptly at 6pm and registration will open from 5.30pm. Teas and coffees will also be available.