Westminster: welcoming to EU nationals
"Westminster thrives on diversity. EU nationals who are living in Westminster deserve to know that they have a long-term home here and are welcome.
I remain committed to our EU residents in the city and will do all I can to ensure that you continue to feel that Westminster is your home, now and after Brexit."
Councillor Nickie Aiken, Leader of Westminster City Council
As the UK prepares to leave the EU, Conservative-led Westminster City Council has put in place a series of measures to support EU citizens who have made their home in central London.
These measures include
EU Nationals' Advice Service: working with the Citizens Advice Bureau. Contactable via 0300 330 9011 Tuesdays and Thursdays, 11am until 2pm. Face-to-face appointments and translation services are available. Find out more here.
Support for people applying for EU Settlement Scheme: Westminster City Council is installing Android devices in Charing Cross, Paddington and Victoria Libraries, which are available to EU residents who need to scan their documents to verify their identity. Find out more here and the EU Settlement Scheme here.
Westminster Advice Services Partnership: are putting together a collection of Frequently Asked Questions. You can find out more here.
Workshops and Seminars in the London embassies of different EU member states. Please contact your embassy to find out what support is available. If you are not already in contact with your embassy, contact details can be found here.
Working with businesses to provide support to EU nationals