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

Tackling abuse of short-term letting

We know that most homeowners who let on a nightly basis do so within the law and maintain excellent standards. However, we also know short-term letting can cause problems for local people.

20mph speed limit: have your say!

Westminster has begun a consultation on extending the 20mph zone that had been successfully trialled around schools in the Little Venice area and other parts of Westminster.

Marylebone Low Emission Neighbourhood

On Nottingham Street (outside Le Pain Quotidien) a new kerbline has been installed and paving will be added this week. Outside The Prince Regent, excavation works have continued and a new kerbline has been installed. Tactile paving for the new pedestrian crossing is scheduled.

Baker Street Two-Way - Update

Thank you: we would like to thank everyone for their patience over the last couple of years whilst construction activity has taken place.

Westminster-Wide 20mph speed limit

Conservative run Westminster is making our roads safer and greener by planning to introduce a City-wide 20mph speed limit. ​

This week, the Council launched a consultation on implementing a 20mph speed limit to cover the entirety of Westminster. ​

EV Charging Points in Marylebone

There are now 58 Ubitricity lamp column electric charging points in the Low Emission Neighbourhood, which is an increase from 27 in April. 

New charge points are going live into the following streets this month:

3D Zebra Crossing in Marylebone

After many complaints from local people and St Vincent School about the difficulty in crossing Manchester and Blandford Streets, we asked the Council to install a 3D crossing on the junction. 

This is the third 3D crossing in Westminster, which the Council is piloting.