The Nevern Square Conservation Area Residents’ Association covers the area between Earl’s Court Station on the south and West Cromwell Road on the north, with Earl’s Court Road west and Warwick Road east defining its boundaries.
Nevern Square was designated a Conservation Area in 1985 and extended in 1997 and again in 1998. The Residents’ Association was founded in in 1995 and in 2014 received the Gold Standard Award from the borough.
The Association represents the interests of residents across the different departments within the Council, liaises with councillors, council officers, and the MP for Kensington. The Association is a member of the Kensington Society and the Earl’s Court Society.
There are 6 executive committee meetings a year. If you wish to present an agenda item for the committee please supply all documentation by noon the Friday prior to the executive meeting.
The AGM for 2023 will be on Tuesday 7 November go to the Nevern Square Conservation Area RA AGM 2023 page to download the relevant paperwork for the meeting and register to attend the meeting.
The key speakers at the AGM will be Felicity Buchan, MP for Kensington and Insp. Greig Baker-Doyle to give a presentation on policing, a report back on next steps after the S80 consultation and there will be a question and answer session.
For further information email or call 07561 493 519 (What’sApp)