News

Please bear with us as broadband is upgraded!

We know that recent road closures and parking suspensions have been infuriating, so thank you for your patience as this work is completed. Improving broadband is vital to Westminster’s economy, home to many major company headquarters and three percent of UK GDP – more than the City of London.

Have your say on Edgware Road

Change is coming to the flyover junction on Edgware Road. The little-used subway under Edgware Road has been closed to stop anti-social behaviour there.

Safer Neighbourhood Team Ward Police Panel

Cllr Gotz Mohindra attended the Safer Neighbourhood Team (SNT) police panel in May with local residents and our local ward police officer to discuss crime in the area. Although St John's Wood is considered to have low crime our local police team request any information of anti-social behaviour be

Gully Replacement on Sutherland Avenue

A collapsed main due to a Thames water pipe going through the drain pipe run was discovered on Sutherland Avenue. This has been a persistent issue for some time and was identified to be replaced.

Warkwick Avenue part resurfaced

As we mentioned in an earlier newsletter, your local councillors made a request to resurface Warwick Avenue between Clifton Gardens and Harrow Road. The section between Clifton Gardens and Blomfield Road is now completed with the remaining section to Harrow Road planned for later in the year.

Lord's local resident ticket offer still available

It is still not too late to apply for complimentary cricket tickets for selected matches at Lord’s, which include Middlesex County Championship and MCC matches this summer, an initiative Cllr Paul Swaddle instigated. International matches (Cricket World Cup and Test Matches) and Vitality Blast ma

Dockless bikes

Dockless bike companies such as Lime Bike, Mobike and oBike - not to be confused with the ‘Boris Bikes’ - are turning up on our streets at random.