Board fixed on Westbourne Park Villas

The blue hoarding related to Crossrail’s works on Lord’s Hill Bridge had a panel broken and passers-by had left waste inside the box, which was growing by the day.

Operation Unite

As Councillors have reflected their resident and business concerns over over anti-social behaviour, street vice, and begging, Westminster officers, along with the Safer Neighbourhood Team, and Home Office Enforcement have been active in our ward.  There has been a series of arrests and some depor

Regent's Park Matters June 2016

Lord's Parking zone

There are now further restrictions on parking around Lord’s Cricket Ground on weekends and Bank Holidays of major match days (Test, One Day International, T20, National & International Final matches) in order to protect residents parking starting this month.  

Winter Wonderland comes round again

The promoters of Winter Wonderland PWR have a proposal which will this year leave Serpentine Road open to those not going to Winter Wonderland. 

Knightsbridge & Belgravia Matters June 2016

Westminster Makes History With ‘Outstanding’ Children’s Services

Conservative-run Westminster City Council has made history as the first authority in the country to receive an ‘outstanding’ rating from OFSTED for its Children’s Services.