West Kensington and Gibbs Green
The Council is undertaking this consultation to seek your views on whether or not the Council should include the West Kensington and Gibbs Green Estates within the comprehensive Earls Court Redevelopment scheme.
The Council is consulting with all residents on the estates and residents and businesses in the wider area.
For secure tenants on the estates, this process will also satisfy the requirements of Section 105 of the Housing Act 1985.
The Council wants to hear your views on this proposal. This is your opportunity to make your views known to the Council. You are free to comment on any aspect of the proposals and your views will be considered prior to any decision being made.
Should you consider that any aspect of the proposal would or might have any particular impact upon you as a result of your age, disability (if any), marital / civil partnership status, race, gender,sexual orientation, religion or beliefs, or as a result of you being pregnant, or being on maternity, or having undergone gender re-assignment then we would encourage you to explain this to us.
The council has attempted to identify the potential impacts in a ‘draft Equality Impact Analysis’, which you can find at www.lbhf.gov.uk/westken. We would welcome any comments you have on whether we have correctly identified the potential impacts in this document.
You can make your views known by filling in this online consultation, or by writing a letter to Philip Morris/Sarah Lovell, Housing and Regeneration, 3rd Floor, Town Hall Extension,King Street, W6 9JU.
The consultation concludes on Friday 17 February 2012. We must have your views by then.