Marylebone High Street

About the ward 

Marylebone High Street stretches from Gloucester Place (West) to Outer Circle (North) to Cleveland Street (East) and Oxford Street (South).  

The ward is currently represented by three Conservative councillors; Iain Bott, Ian Rowley and Karen Scarborough.

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

People

Iain Bott

Iain Bott was elected to the council in a by-election in 2013, and works as a dentist in the Marylebone High Street Ward.

Ian Rowley

Ian Rowley has lived in Marylebone High Street Ward for 27 years and have represented its residents on the Council since 2007, where his activities have covered crime and disorder, housing, financial, commercial and strategic matters. Ian is currently the Chair of both WCC Audit and Performance C

Karen Scarborough

Karen Scarborough has lived locally for over twenty years. She prioritises communicating with residents and resolving concerns from street issues to licensed premises.

News

The Marylebone Low Emission Neighbourhood

As the Marylebone Low Emission Neighbourhood project draws to a close we are seeking your participation in a short survey to evaluate the project. Your participation in the survey will help us to improve our working practices on future schemes across the city.  

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.

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.

Baker Street two way goes live

The Baker Street Two Way Scheme went live on Sunday 24th February. Councillors with past and present members of the Marylebone Association and St Marylebone Society gathered to watch traffic flow northwards along Baker Street for the first time in many decades.