Local News

CS-11 delayed as judge grants judicial review and approves injunction

Westminster Council and your local Councillors have succeeded in delaying, pending the outcome of a judicial review, the Cycle Superhighway 11 works at Swiss Cottage which were due to start on Monday 30th July. A High Court judge agreed with us that the Transport for London (TfL) scheme should be

Hanging Baskets on the High Street

Residents who visit the High Street will notice the hanging baskets have been reinstated in time for the summer bloom. 

Having secured funding for them we hope they will not only add much needed colour but also lift the spirit of residents’ and shoppers to this street.  

Workman’s rubbish dumped in Grove End Road

Fly-tipping is illegal and an eye-sore so when it happens we move quickly to have it removed. In June a resident made us aware of a large workman’s bag which had been dumped and left in the gardens of Bronwen Court, Grove End Road following what would seem to have been works on a wall next to thi

Mayor Khan ‘shirking responsibility’ over CCTV blackout

Conservatives have hit out at Sadiq Khan after he raised “serious concerns” about the failure to get CCTV back up and running in Westminster.

Tony Devenish, an Assembly Member, said the Mayor of London was “shirking responsibility”.

Council Launches City For All Plan

This morning Council Leader Cllr Nickie Aiken, in a speech to community leaders and local stakeholders, launched Westminster Conservatives' 'City for All'  plan. Conservatives plan to modernise Westminster City Council for the benefit of everyone who lives, works and visits the city.

Market Consultations

We have been given advance notice of two consultations by Westminster City Council relating to the operation of our street markets. Both will be starting on 6th August and run through until October.