At 6.30PM on March 5, in the Second Church of Christ, Scientist near Notting Hill Gate, Nick Paget-Brown will for the sixth time take the microphone in hand and partake in what has become a mainstay of Kensington and Chelsea democracy.
The Leader has traveled the length and breadth of the Borough to be in equal measure praised, queried and berated on the issues that matter to you most. From Crossrail and basement developments to schools and social care, he’s enjoyed hearing your views and explaining the work that the council does.
Having now become an established feature of the Council’s work, this March’s Ask Nick will be filmed as part of the Guardian’s ‘Anywhere but Westminster” series which explores democracy in all its vibrancy across the country.
Attendees can submit questions before coming. So far we know that we will be discussing supercars, rubbish collection, Notting Hill Gate developments and the future of North Kensington Library.
If any of this interests you, please come along and have your say. If none of it does, submit your own question through the link below and join the conversation!
Between 6pm and 6.30pm, tea will be available in the Church’s reading room and resident facing services such as housing and community safety will be running information stands. At 6.30pm, the Q&A will begin in the main hall, continuing until 8pm.
Second Church of Christ, Scientist,
104 Palace Gardens Terrace
Notting Hill Gate,
Time: 6pm for refreshments and information stalls, 6.30pm for the main event
Access is available for people with a disability. For more information about the venue and its location, please visit www.secondchurchlondon.org.
Attendees are asked to register and submit questions in advance by visiting www.rbkc.gov.uk/asknick or by calling the Community Engagement Team on 020 7598 4633.