News

Cundy Street Flats proposals

Grosvenor Group have recently announced plans for the redevelopment of Cundy Street Flats and Walden House (the adjacent Council-leased block). They say the proposals will deliver more homes, new amenities and improved public spaces.

Lord's local people cricket ticket offer still available

As one local person, who has taken up the Lord’s free ticket offer, says ‘It is a brilliant idea (both connecting locals to one of London's really special places, as well as bringing more punters to swell the spectators) thank you for organising this initiative’. 

The Marylebone Low Emission Neighbourhood

As many are aware the Low Emission Neighbourhood (LEN) was established in July 2016 in partnership with Westminster City Council, the Mayor of London and local stakeholders, to improve air quality and enable more active travel, in order to create a healthy breathing environment for all in the nei

Dockless bikes in Pimlico

There have been a growing number of ‘dockless’ or electric power-assisted cycles being left around Pimlico, particularly near Victoria Station over recent months.

Removing unnecessary street furniture

Replacing and upgrading a lamp column at the junction of St John’s Wood Road and Lisson Grove was completed a number of months ago but the contractor failed to remove the old column. 

Positive News in Brunei Campaign and Dorchester License Review

Following the positive news in the last 48 hours that the Sultan of Brunei intends to suspend the death penalty for those found guilty of adultery or gay sex, we are suspending our request for a review of the Liquor Licenses held by The Dorchester and 45 Park Lane.

Planting new trees

The Bryanston and Dorset Square Ward Councillors have contributed towards the target of planting 3,000 trees in Westminster by the end of 2020, by securing funds from the Council and liaising with The Portman Estate.