Local News

Food Waste collection now being piloted in Regent's Park

Your Conservative Council has started trialling from November a scheme to collect residents’ food waste for the first time from five areas across the Westminster including Hamilton Terrace here in Regent’s Park Ward. 

New anti-idling signs

Cllr Nickie Aiken, as Leader of Westminster City Council, has been the instigator and promoter of Westminster's Anti-Idling Campaign. 

Clean safe streets in Marylebone

Your local Councillors do a regular Neighbourhood Audit which involves walking the streets with Council Officers and Veolia. 

Infill programme

After successful lobbying from your local Conservative councillors new homes will be coming to the Lillington and Longmoore estate as part of the City Council's ‘infill programme’. This scheme seeks to optimise underused and empty areas on our estates and build new homes in that space.

New public space in Belgravia

Earlier this year, a piece of land was given to the City of Westminster by the owner of Forbes House, the Grade II listed property on West Halkin Street. The land originally comprised part of the garden of Forbes House and will be located on Grosvenor Crescent.

Lord’s Compton & Edrich stands redevelopment update

As local people will know, the redevelopment of the Compton and Edrich stands at Lord’s started back in August. In December, ISG Construction discovered pre-existing damage to a major water sewer which traversed the site, and required significant remedial repair works.

New fence in Gillingham Row

Gillingham Row behind the Queen Mother Centre has long been a focus of anti-social behaviour including drug dealing and taking as well as dumping of rubbish and unofficial parking. 

MHS Air Quality Action

Air Quality is a top concern for everyone living or working in Westminster.

Lillington and Longmoore Security update

Westminster City Council has begun the consultation process for phase one its improvement to the security of Lillington and Longmoore Gardens. These measures, including new secure gates, have been won though the hard work of your local Conservative councillors.