The Sussex Street play area holds lots of childhood memories for residents young and old. We were all disappointed when it was confirmed that the Council had rented the play ground to a private school without any consultation with councillors or local people.
Busking and street entertainment can bring a high degree of entertainment and pleasure to our streets. But they can also create excessive noise and be a nuisance, causing blockages on pavements and imposing themselves on those around them.
Following complaints that our iconic Abbey Road Studios are not adhering to the approved management plan in providing stewarding and cleaning the graffiti regularly on the boundary wall, local Councillors have escalated this at City Hall with senior Officers and the Planning Enforcement Team to i
Local Pimlico Warwick Councillors have secured a group of specially trained officers to undertake a targeted operation in the area to tackle the growing issue of fly tipping, particularly around the big black bins.
On Nottingham Street (outside Le Pain Quotidien) a new kerbline has been installed and paving will be added this week. Outside The Prince Regent, excavation works have continued and a new kerbline has been installed. Tactile paving for the new pedestrian crossing is scheduled.
Following Anti Social Behaviour on the Wharncliffe Gardens Estate including youths gathering, smoking and drug dealing, your local councillors have been working with local people and the police to tackle this issue.
Conservative-led Westminster City Council is committed to making Westminster an affordable place to live and work. To this end, the Council has just completed another innovative affordable housing scheme in Paddington Basin.
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