King’s Road BID Partnership wins Community Collaboration Award

The King’s Road Partnership BID has won a Community Collaboration Award at the Chelsea Awards 2022.

The event, held on 28th April saw the second Chelsea Awards take place at the Saatchi Gallery, celebrating and congratulating the extraordinary individuals, businesses and iconic institutions that make Chelsea so special.

Hundreds of nominations were received from across the community, with winners being decided by a panel of independent judges representing different parts of the borough.

These judges included: Councillor Gerard Hargreaves, The Mayor of the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea; Avis Hawkins, Headteacher at Christ Church and Holy Trinity Schools, Chelsea; Anya Hindmarch CBA, globally recognised business woman; Councillor Alison Jackson, BAFTA Award winning artist; Victoria Steward Todd, Director the K+C Foundation and Hugh Seaborn, CEO of Cadogan.

The King’s Road Partnership BID was victorious in the Community Collaboration category, facing tough competition from other shortlisted organisations who have joined forces for the greater good.

The judges said: “The Partnership brought together the largest local property owners and businesses to boost the profile and environment of the King’s Road. This has resulted in the successful formation of the King’s Road Partnership BID, which will give occupiers a tangible say in the way the area develops of the next five years.”

King’s Road Partnership BID CEO, Steven Medway, commented: “We’re incredibly proud to have won this prestigious Award.

“This is a real recognition of our team and partners’ work to fulfil a vision of building on the world-famous history of the King’s Road, developing its reputation as the home of British creativity and style to ensure the long-term vibrancy of the area, its communities and residents.”

Hugh Seaborn, CEO at Cadogan, added: “A vibrant local community has never been more important and despite the challenges and loss we have experienced, it is a privilege to have seen such resilience and desire to help one another make a positive difference.”