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Last Chance to have your say: Air Quality Consultation

Following the declaration of a Climate Emergency, Westminster City Council has set out an Air Quality Action Plan to tackle air pollution in our city. Approximately 250,000 people call Westminster their home, and another 1 million visit every day.

Tube Noise in BDS

In the last three years, a number of our residents have endured a significant rise in noise and vibration from the Tube.

Stabbing at Regent’s Park Mosque

On Thursday, 20th February a man in his 70s was stabbed at London Central Mosque, Park Road which is in our ward. A suspect is currently in custody and being questioned by police. 

More drug dealing on our streets

Sadly, drugs have made an unwelcome return to our streets. Perhaps they never truly went away. We have received a number of emails from concerned residents who are witnessing drug dealing on a daily basis.

Dolphin Square Update

The owners of Dolphin Square have decided to appeal Westminster’s decision to reject their major works planning application.

Cato Street Commemorations

On 23rd February, the Harrowby and District Residents’ Association (HDRA) organised a notable commemoration of the 200th Anniversary of the Cato Street Conspiracy, an historic event that could have been as significant as 5th November. 

BDS Air quality

Chiltern Railways Action Day

Chiltern Railways are planning an Air Quality Action Day on 2nd March at Marylebone Station. They plan to engage with taxi-drivers and other users of the Marylebone Station forecourt and feeder-ranks, on the subject of idling and air-quality. 

Bayswater Planning Update

We are happy to report that the plans for a towering eyesore at 5 King Street have been rejected by the council, these have been referred to the Mayor of London who we hope will endorse the Council’s decision.