First 17 households move into new homes at 71 Wornington Road.
In an initiative to introduce more greenery, local residents create a temporary orchard in the football pitch in front of Thompson House.
Bag it & Bin it! Portobello Square pooch poo bag dispensers handed out to dog walkers at the temporary park.
Artwork installed on ramp leading to Paul House.
Another 17 households from Wornington Green move into new homes on Faraday Road.
75 people attend You & Your Future apprenticeship day organised by Catalyst at the Venture Centre.
23 more households move into new homes on Faraday Road. Over 100 children take part in craft workshops at the Catalyst stand at the Golborne Festival.
Carnival! Catalyst writes to all residents about the temporary fencing and security guards who will be on duty during and after the event. Catalyst’s Environmental Services Team were on hand to clean up.
Wornington Green’s Community Kitchen Garden was recognised for the third year running in the London in Bloom and Royal Horticulture Society’s ‘It’s your Neighbourhood’ awards, achieving a highly sought-after and hard to achieve level 4 award.
The last residents from Wornington Green move into their new homes at Hudson Mansions.
Portobello Square wins a silver medal in the WhatHouse? Awards’ Best Brownfield Development category.
The North Kensington Women’s Textile Workshop secures funding to run a further 25 weeks of textile workshops next year. Their funding package from Catalyst also includes the development of a new website.