Paul lives in West End Ward and puts local residents first. He is taking action against nuisance noise from pedicabs, licensed venues and building works, campaigned to protect residents’ parking in Mayfair and Soho and stood alongside Fitzrovia residents to support the Fitzrovia West Neighbourhood Forum. Paul was educated at the LSE and has held a number of roles in Government. He has served as governor at three local schools. Visit Paul's website at: paulchurch.org.uk
Cllr Glenys Roberts
Glenys has been a councillor since 1999. A Cambridge graduate and top feature writer at the Daily Mail she used to live in Soho and now lives in Mayfair. She is chairman of the Soho Steering Group, specialises in planning and licensing and has had notable victories in noise reduction, rationalising West End parking and prompting the refurbishment of the Mayfair Library to include the popular Mayfair Marriage Room. She sits on the adult health overview and scrutiny committee.
Cllr Jonathan Glanz
Jonathan has lived and worked in the West End for many years. He was Chairman of the Marylebone Association and within the Council has served as a Cabinet Member for Housing and Property and Deputy Cabinet Member for Parking. He is currently on the Children's and Community Service Committee. He also serves as an Advisor to the Deputy Mayor of London for Policing and on the Public Realm Committee of the West End Partnership.
We have ensured cleaner, safer streets, working with local Wardens and Enforcement Teams in East Marylebone to ensure more effective rubbish collections.
We have invested in our community in Fitzrovia, providing funding for the Fitzrovia Community Centre and support for a Fitzrovia West Neighbourhood Forum.
We have created more residents’ parking in the North of Soho and South of Fitzrovia to replace those taken by Crossrail works and worked with enforcement teams around Berkeley Square to prevent non-residents using our residents’ parking spaces.
We have supported residents in Mayfair, by liaising with the Shepherd Market Association, taking action on concerns of noise from embassy demonstrations and upgrading the public realm around Trebeck Street.
We have taken action on anti-social behaviour in Soho against noisy pedicabs, nuisance late night venues and by repairing our ‘Wall of Light’.