Local News

Adventure Play Hub holiday support

The Adventure Play Hub is a traditional playground located on St John’s Wood Terrace established in 1957 offering outdoor supervised adventure play for children in Westminster during term time and school holidays. Robert, Paul and Gotz are supportive and are funding via the local ward budget for

Multicolour Marble Arch!

For one night only, to celebrate Pride in London, Marble Arch turned into a rainbow of colours.

Fly-tipping and dumping

We're cracking down on fly-tipping in Little Venice. The number of penalty notices or warnings issued against deliberate, illegal fly-tippers has increased by 150% since this time last year. If you spot fly-tipping in your area, get in touch with us or report it here.

Update on Oxford Street

Richard Beddoe, our Ward Councillor and Cabinet Member for Place Shaping and Planning, has spent the last year working on the Oxford Street District Plan.

Housing for All

Westminster needs more homes, this is why your Conservative run council has an ambitious plan to build 2000 new homes in our city.

Neighbourhood enforcement meetings

Your St. James’s councillors, the Council officers, the Police and other partners now meet once a month to identify and rectify ongoing problems of refuse and anti-social behaviour at a neighbourhood level.

Regent's Park gate closures a real possiblity

The Royal Parks are running a consultation on the movement of vehicles, cyclists and pedestrians into and out of their parks including Regent’s Park with the potential outcome being the closure of gates into Regent’s Park. This could result in the displacement of traffic into the streets of NW8 a