Hyde Park

About the ward 

Hyde Park Ward is bordered by the Bayswater Road, Gloucester Terrace, Marylebone Flyover and Edgware Road. It is home to Paddington Station, the development around Paddington Basin, St. Mary's Hospital (part of the Imperial College Healthcare Trust which is the UK's first Academic Health Science Centre) the only Hospital in the City of Westminster, and the bustle of Edgware Road. Crossrail will run under our streets.

It is currently represented by three Conservative councillors; Heather Acton, Ian Adams and Antonia Cox. 

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

People

Heather Acton

Heather Acton has lived in Westminster for over thirty years and was elected councillor for Hyde Park ward in 2010, expressing her desire to work to provide a healthy living environment in Westminster for all residents.

Ian Adams

Ian Adams has served as a Westminster City Councillor since 2002.

Antonia Cox

Antonia Cox was elected to the council in a by-election in 2012. Posts held include Cabinet Member for Public Protection and Licensing and Chairman of the Pension Fund Committee.

News

The chancellor’s measures are ‘putting bread on the table’

The following article, written by Westminster City Council Leader Rachael Robathan, originally published by themj.co.uk

Up and down the town centres of the country, we felt the tectonic plates move on Saturday as, after four months of being cooped up, people finally got to go out.

Mental Health Guide

The Mental Health Foundation is hosting Mental Health Week, on the theme of Kindness.

75th Anniversary of VE Day

This week, the Union Flag will fly outside Westminster City Hall to mark the 75th anniversary of VE Day on Friday.

Refurbishment of Laptops, and Family-Activity Packs

The Conservative-controlled Westminster City Council has arranged for the refurbishment of two hundred decommissioned Council laptops. The laptops have been distributed to help vulnerable families hitherto without computers.

Local Response to Coronavirus

We are pleased that local businesses, charities and organisations in Hyde Park are working together in response to the Coronavirus pandemic.  Age UK Westminster and St John’s Church, Hyde Park Crescent, have teamed up to provide a delivery/collection point for local food parcels, some of which ha