Notting Hill is a hallmark example of gentrification. The rise in rent and illegal evictions over the past 50 years has pushed its original residents into the council houses that they occupy today. Golborne and Notting Dale have become the most deprived neighbourhoods in Kensington & Chelsea and sometimes the rest of London. The new residents do have the desire to help their neighbours in need but are largely unaware of the disparities in their town. If there are unmet needs that the less affluent community has, and a desire to help by the affluent community, what would the less affluent community want that they don't currently have now? That would be fitness, exercise, and access to physical well-being.
86% of Londoners think that wealth disparity is an urgent issue. Around 50% said they feel compelled to help a neighbour in need if they lacked access to social/physical well-being.