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Gully replacement in Little Venice

We have followed up a number of issues about various blocked gullies along Sutherland Avenue over recent years. Rain water flows off the road surface into the gullies and large puddles can be caused when these gullies are blocked.

Footway improvements on Randolph Avenue

Works have started on replacing the pavements on Randolph Avenue between Sutherland Avenue and Clifton Road. Both sides will be replaced over the coming months. It is a large area and home to many residents within the ward. This was one of the projects nominated by your ward councillors and, whil

Progress on Air Quality

Conservative run Westminster City Council is taking drastic action to improve air quality in our city.

The Conservatives won a majority at the last local election on a platform of making Westminster one of the cleanest and greenest cities in the UK, and we’re keeping this promise.

Getting black bins the Piazza

Local community groups have asked if we can run a trial removing the big black bins from Ashley Place by the Cathedral Piazza. Conservative Councillors Chalkley, Harvey and Short have direct experience of how they are used to disguise serious antisocial behaviour.

Local policing in Vincent Square

None of us were happy about the spike in rough sleeping and associated antisocial behaviour, soup runs and drug-crime around Christmas, near the Cathedral and beyond.

Lighting in Bryanston & Dorset Square

As part of the Council’s annual Planned Preventative Maintenance (PPM) programme for the coming financial year 2019/20, your Councillors have successfully lobbied for street lighting to be upgraded at the following locations.
 

The Marylebone Low Emission Neighbourhood

As the Marylebone Low Emission Neighbourhood project draws to a close we are seeking your participation in a short survey to evaluate the project. Your participation in the survey will help us to improve our working practices on future schemes across the city.