Footway works on Ebury Street

Westminster City Council’s highways contractor FM Conway have begun improvement work on the footway between Lower Belgrave Street to Eccleston Street. The works are expected to last five months.

Westminster on Wheels

From 1st April 2019 Westminster City Council’s (WCC) housing stock previously managed by CityWest Homes was transferred back in-house to WCC.

One Year of Promises Kept

A year ago, people living in Westminster voted for a Conservative-run Council. In one of the closest elections in recent years, you put your faith in us to deliver a council with high-quality services and the lowest Council Tax in the country.

Funding available for community projects

The Community Contribution Fund is a grant that has been voluntary donated by the residents in the highest value properties in Westminster. The scheme is managed by the City of Westminster Charitable Trust and more than £600,000 is now available. Eligible causes include projects that: 

Update on drug operations across Warwick Ward

Sadly, we continue to receive reports of open drug dealing across the ward. When we see the dealing ourselves or hear from concerned residents, we liaise with our local dedicated police officer, PC Henderson and the specialist local gangs’ unit.

Expansion of Boxing Club for young people

Little Venice Councillors believe every child, including those with special educational needs, have the right to optimise their physical capabilities and through that their overall wellbeing. Children with special educational needs, experience anxiety, have fewer friends and are more likely to be

The Marylebone Low Emission Neighbourhood

The Marylebone Low Emission Neighbourhood (LEN) project draws to a close, and we are seeking your participation in a short survey (eight questions) to evaluate the project here. Your participation in the survey will help us to improve our working practices on future schemes across the city.  

Water fountain restored

An Edwardian water fountain, dated 1903, in the southern part of the ward where Park Road meets Allsop Place, has been restored and connected to the water mains.

CCTV on the Hall Park Estate

New CCTV cameras have been installed on the Hall Park Estate. We believe that the presence of these cameras will improve the security of the area and act as a deterrent to individuals causing anti-social behaviour and nuisance. The cameras are not monitored on a continuous basis, but their footag