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Cycle Superhighway - Regent's Park Councillors need your views

CS11 is the proposed new cycle superhighway planned to cut through St John’s Wood.  The scheme will fundamentally change our local area as it includes the permanent closure of Regent’s Park gates (except for 11am – 3pm) and restrictions on Avenue Road resulting from a change in the layout to the

Cycle Superhighway - It's not too late to have your say

CS11 is the proposed new cycle superhighway planned to cut through St John’s Wood.  The scheme will fundamentally change our local area as it includes the permanent closure of Regent’s Park gates (except for 11am – 3pm) and restrictions on Avenue Road resulting from a change in the layout to the

Working To Reduce Begging Across Mayfair

Councillor Jonathan Glanz reports: 

I have become increasingly concerned over recent months with begging in and around the Mayfair area of the Ward.

Working to reduce begging across Mayfair

Councillor Jonathan Glanz reports: 

I have become increasingly concerned over recent months with begging in and around the Mayfair area of the Ward.

Unsafe Conditions from Local Betting Shop

As a Ward Councillor I take seriously the role the council must play in ensuring the safety of residents and visitors to our area.
It is for this reason that I was concerned to hear of an issue at Ladbrokes on Argyll Street.

Success for the Lumiere Festival Comes at a Cost

Councillor Jonathan Glanz reports:

Residents will be aware that central London recently played host to the hugely successful Lumiere Festival, and a number of lighting installations were scattered across the area, including across parts of Mayfair and Soho.

Unsafe Working Conditions from Local Betting Shop

Jonathan Glanz, Councillor for West End Ward writes:

As a Ward Councillor I take seriously the role the council must play in ensuring the safety of residents and visitors to our area.

It is for this reason that I was concerned to hear of an issue at Ladbrokes on Argyll Street.

Success for the Lumiere Festival comes at a cost

Councillor Jonathan Glanz reports:

Residents will be aware that central London recently played host to the hugely successful Lumiere Festival, and a number of lighting installations were scattered across the area, including across parts of Mayfair and Soho.