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Lisson Arches to deliver affordable homes

A number of residents have contacted your local councillors about the building works currently taking place on Lisson Grove which has resulted in a realignment of the traffic flow and suspension of parking. These works are part of the Church Street Regeneration programme which will see 1,750 new

Giving Neighbourcare new wheels

Neighbourcare provides relief from loneliness and isolation for people living in St John’s Wood and Maida Vale. And to help transport those affected to local community run events and activities a dedicated Neighbourcare minibus is used. Your local councillors were made aware that this minibus nee

News in brief from Bayswater

Planning is already under way for the Notting Hill Carnival and we have met with the events team and successfully advocated for the addition of more loos across the wider Bayswater area which should ease the impact on local people.

Road Marking on Charlbert Street

Recently a disabled bay in Charlbert Street NW8 near to the junction with Allitsen Road was moved to create an additional resident parking bay. However our highways contractor failed to remove the old markings causing much confusion. Your councillors when made aware of this issue responded quickl

Organised Begging in Bayswater

Organised begging by a gang of Roma continues to be a concern across Bayswater and the wider Westminster. We have been repeatedly escalating this issue to the Council who have initiated their response programme. This has recently included a series of ongoing targeted joint operations, involving t

Update on Pedicabs

We more than appreciate the issues connected with Pedicabs and last year organised a petition to lobby the Government. Unfortunately other events got in the way of the Private Members Bill but we are undeterred as we are continuing to lobby for regulation in line with the rest of the country.

Unauthorised decking outside The Ivy

Your local councillors were alerted by local people to the unauthorised decking that was installed outside The Ivy on the High Street during the May bank holiday weekend. Such a seating platform does not allow proper pavement cleaning and detracts from the character of a listed building on the Hi

Update on Marylebone Station

Regular meetings of your Councillors and local residents with Chiltern Railways have been ongoing since November 2015, with a view to reducing the environmental impact of the station.