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

Westminster City Council launch information page for Coronavirus

Westminster City Council has launched an advice and information page for Coronavirus. The page, which will be updated to reflect events, includes updates to Council Services, links to healthcare advice and information about how people can help. You can reach the page here .

Dance Westminster

One of your local councillors, Cllr Iain Bott, second from the right arranged a special event to celebrate those with disabilities in the City of Westminster.

Paddington Street

The works at Paddington Street and Chiltern Street are part of the Cycle  Quietway from Edgware Road to Fitzrovia and are scheduled for six weeks from the 24th of February to the 10th of April.

Clean safe streets in Marylebone

Your local Councillors do a regular Neighbourhood Audit which involves walking the streets with Council Officers and Veolia. 

MHS Air Quality Action

Air Quality is a top concern for everyone living or working in Westminster.

Last Chance to have your say: Air Quality Consultation

Following the declaration of a Climate Emergency, Westminster City Council has set out an Air Quality Action Plan to tackle air pollution in our city. Approximately 250,000 people call Westminster their home, and another 1 million visit every day.

30 more pedicabs removed from streets

In joint action involving the Council’s City Inspectors, the Home Office and the police, a coordinated operation was carried out just prior to Christmas at four locations - Oxford Street, Bond Street, Regent Street and Covent Garden.