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A new Post Office in Bryanston & Dorset Square Ward

We have received plans from Royal Mail for a new in-store Post Office at The Fruit Garden on Melcombe Street, to open on Tuesday 6th November. Your Councillors fully support this proposal and the benefit it will bring to residents.

Quieter trains arriving at Marylebone Station

Marylebone Station is London’s only all-diesel station. Both residents and local Councillors have been actively lobbying Chiltern Railways to reduce diesel pollution.

Improving road safety at the Allitsen Road and Charlbert Street junction

The safety of pedestrians and road users is a priority so when your councillors heard of concerns by residents about the junction at Allitsen Road and Charlbert Street we took this up with Officers. Subsequently works have recently taken place to improve both the footway and carriageway with the

Tackling Anti Social Behaviour issues

Residents have made representations to your councillors regarding allegations of drug dealing in one of the local housing estates. We have taken this very seriously and have contacted the local police who have targeted additional patrols and are monitoring the situation carefully. 

St. Edward's School gets a breath of fresh air

In 2017, your Conservative Councillors funded a survey by King’s College London into the level of NO2 in the Ward, with the aim of obtaining hard scientific data which could persuade organisations to take the level of air-pollutants seriously, and support applications for funding to alleviate the

Traffic management proposals for Little Venice

We have had a number of requests from residents who have had difficulties with cars blocking the entrances to their properties. The particular roads only had single yellow lines at these points that do not prevent parking in those locations outside the controlled parking times. This caused a numb

Leader's Update October 2018

Dear resident

Four months ago, the people of Westminster had their say in the hardest fought local election for many years. I am delighted and humbled that they overwhelmingly chose to put their trust once again in the local Conservatives to run their council.

Tackling Anti Social Behaviour issues in Regent's Park

Residents have made representations to your councillors regarding allegations of drug dealing in one of the local housing estates. We have taken this very seriously and have contacted the local police who have targeted additional patrols and are monitoring the situation carefully. 

Water leak repaired in Regent's Park

Water leaks however big or small cause concern and can be disruptive. Over the summer your councillors worked to help resolve two such leaks, one major and the other minor. In August Thames Water dug up the road on Lisson Grove resulting in a four-way temporary lights at the junction with Grove E