Local News

Nine Elms Bridge update

When more than 10,000 Pimlico residents were surveyed about the proposed Nine Elms Bridge, 97% of respondents said ‘No’ as it would bring 18,000 commuters through our quiet Pimlico streets everyday. 

More double yellow lines installed in Little Venice

As previously reported, we are now seeing the final batch of new double yellow lines being introduced following requests from local residents who have had access to their homes blocked by cars parked on single yellow lines.

Update on the Holocaust memorial and learning centre

As many residents will be aware, the UK Government have plans to install a national Holocaust memorial and learning centre in Victoria Tower Gardens adjacent to the Palace of Westminster. The plans can be seen online here and there was also a public exhibition in September.

Warwick Councillor gets graffiti removed

Cllr Nickie Aiken noticed graffiti painted next door to the Sainsbury Delivery Garage in Gillingham Street. She contacted the Neighbourhood City Inspector who arranged with the store manager at Sainsbury’s to have the graffiti removed.

Telephone boxes unwelcome

Your local councillors have objected to the proposed installation of new public phone boxes in our ward and we are pleased to report Westminster Planning Officers agree with us. Four planning applications were received in October from Maximus Network (three on St John’s Wood Road and one on Park

Bus 247 converted to a double decker

The 274 bus provides a valuable service for those residents who live near to Prince Albert Road. However for too long this bus route has been overcrowded owing to it being a single deck bus and used by those accessing London Zoo, Primrose Hill and Regent’s Park. Your local councillors have been t

Council implements leafing clearing plan

You may have noticed that our trees have started to shed their leaves. From 5th November, Westminster City County began implementing its ‘Leafing Plan’.