What are your priorities for a more sustainable neighbourhood?

We’re inviting local residents to celebrate the launch of the Notting Dale Future Neighbourhoods 2030 programme and co-design the next phases of the project on Thursday 8th September 3pm-8pm at Avondale Park.
There will be free refreshments and fun activities including a smoothie bike, treasure hunt, and tree planting! 
If you are unable to make the event, please tell us your priorities and ideas by filling in the survey by following the link below.
Share your ideas
The programme is funded by the Mayor of London to transform Notting Dale into an exemplar sustainable eco-neighbourhood that is greener, fairer, and more climate resilient, by 2030.
So far, Lancaster West Estate has received funding to install green roofs, solar panels, and climate-resilient garden spaces across a number of blocks, replace gas boilers and install renewable heating and hot water at the North Kensington Resource Centre and more!
Bramley House has received funding through the programme for a bio-solar roof with solar PV panels which will help make the block more energy efficient. 
Through September we’ll be engaging with residents to: 
  • Start a conversation on how we develop a ward-wide vision, community-led strategy and action plan for sustainability 
  • Talk about how we develop an engagement approach that gives every resident the opportunity to have their voice heard
  • Identify priority areas and potential environmental projects for further rounds of funding 

At the launch event, we want to hear from you about what your priorities are, and how you would like us to work with residents to deliver the programme in the months and years ahead. 
There are two more opportunities for us to bid for more funding and we need your help and inspiration to develop ideas! 
You can also meet community partners, hear more about the programme and services already being delivered, and, most importantly, share your views on how you’d like to be involved in tackling climate change and what they think could help make Notting Dale greener and healthier.