Anyone living, working or studying in the City of Westminster is encouraged to ask the Council about any matter of concern.
We caught up with Cllr Rachael Robathan, the leader of the Conservative Group at the Council, to understand what this means for local people.
"On the 28th of June, Westminster City Council, for the first time, is allowing the public to participate directly in full council meetings and what that means is that any of our residents can ask a question about issues that matter to them, the area that they live and the communities in which they live.
"They can ask those questions to the Labour administration, which is now running the council.
"So it could be about flytipping in your area.
"It could be about a problem with e-bikes being dumped. "It could be how we as a city are making sure that we deliver enough affordable housing for key workers.
"Whatever the issues affecting you and the area in which you live, this is your opportunity to ask a question directly.
"Make sure you take advantage of this opportunity."
Four times a year, 30 minutes will be allocated to these public questions. Individuals will have up to two minutes to ask a question, and the relevant council Cabinet member will have two minutes to respond. Click the button below or visit the Council's website to find out more.