Since 2001 crime has been falling in Westminster and work is underway despite restricted budgets to make sure it stays that way.
Across the country crime is down by more than 10% - at the lowest level since records began.
Red tape has been slashed, saving 4.5 million hours of police time across the country thanks to work by your Conservatives.
Your Westminster Conservatives are making sure the Council places a top priority on tackling gang violence. We work with the Metropolitan Police, the Probation Service and the voluntary sector to support young people aged 10 to 24 who are gang involved or are on the periphery of gangs.
Investing in people
There were 368,000 new private sector jobs created in London in the last year. These are real jobs created as a result of an open economy where new businesses can flourish in our vibrant and innovative capital.
Your Conservative Councillors are making sure that the improving economy helps everyone, especially young people. Volunteering and apprenticeships are available from the council and businesses across the capital thanks to your Conservatives.
There is a housing shortage in the UK and no-one feels it more than Londoners, where rents and houses are expensive.
Through Westminster Council, we are redeveloping areas to deliver better quality homes in prosperous neighbourhoods to create thriving mixed communities.
In 2010 Westminster City Council developed plans for housing renewal in Church Street, Paddington Green, Ebury Bridge, Tollgate Gardens and Westbourne Green.