Abbey Road

About the ward 

Abbey Road is the northern most ward in Westminster. It is bordered to the south east by Regent's Park, Little Venice at its most southern point, and Maida Vale to the south west. The borough of Camden borders Abbey Road to the north.

The ward is currently represented by three Conservative councillors; Peter Freeman, Lindsey Hall and Judith Warner. 

To find out more about them, you can visit their respective pages by clicking on the links below. 

Campaigns

Protect the St John's Wood community from CS-11

The Mayor of London’s plans to build Cycle Superhighway 11 (CS11) cycle route from Swiss Cottage have been rejected following Westminster City Council’s successful Judicial Review. This means that TfL’s decision in the summer to proceed with the current scheme have been quashed.

People

Peter Freeman

Peter has lived in the ward for a number of years and is an active member of the local community.

Lindsey Hall

Lindsey Hall has represented the Abbey Road Ward since 2007 and has become well known for her pro-active response to issues like anti-social behaviour, noise complaints and breaches of planning conditions.

Judith Warner

Judith Warner has been a resident of and a Councillor in St Johns Wood for over 20 years. She has Chaired a number of committees including Education, Housing, and Environment, and was Cabinet Member for City Management.

News

Westminster Matters: Leader's Update March 2019

Westminster Matters: An update from Cllr Nickie Aiken, Leader of Westminster City Council

It has been an incredibly busy time since I last updated you on the work of Conservative-run Westminster City Council.

Lord's local resident ticket offer

Your local councillors have secured FREE cricket tickets this summer from Lord’s for local residents. A maximum of five tickets are available per household for Specsavers Middlesex County Championship matches, MCC matches and Royal London One-Day cup group matches. 

A supporting hand for those sleeping on the streets

Sadly we continue to see an increase in the number of rough sleepers on our streets. Westminster attracts more than the next four boroughs combined. Being the “capital of the capital” has always meant more people bedding down on our streets.

Cycle Superhighway CS-11 update

Local people may recall Transport for London (TfL) logged an appeal against the High Court’s decision back in September 2018 to allow Westminster Council to block the construction of CS-11. 

Council implements leafing clearing plan

You may have noticed that our trees have started to shed their leaves. From 5th November, Westminster City County began implementing its ‘Leafing Plan’.

Armistice Remembrance

The weekend of 9th – 11th November saw Westminster Council commemorate 100 years since the end of the First World War. As a Council, we work very closely with the Armed Forces supporting a number of initiatives.