News

Increased capacity for 274 bus

The 274 bus provides a valuable serve for those residents in Regent’s Park ward who live on the east side of the ward especially along Prince Albert Road.  A number of residents have contacted your local Conservative Councillors concerned about the overcrowding during the summer given this bus se

The Star Public House planning application

Your local Councillors supported the concerns of many local residents around The Star public house and its planning application to install an overhead awning in its forecourt.  

Hanging baskets continue to add cheer

Your local Conservative Councillors have confirmed their continued support for the additional hanging baskets that were installed in recent years and funded directly from the ward member budget.  We know that local residents and visitors to Little Venice value the appearance of our streets, and t

Relocation of benches on Maida Avenue

We were approached by a number of local residents who reported that two benches located at the top of Maida Avenue near Edgware Road were being misused and there were a significant number of instances of anti-social behaviour.  Little Venice Conservative Councillor Melvyn Caplan worked with the c

New lights at zebra crossings

Your local Conservative councillors have been pushing for improved lighting at various zebra crossings within the ward and particularly around Warwick Avenue tube station.  We are pleased to report that our requests have been approved and additional brighter lights will be installed on the crossi

Warwick Matters May 2017

Councillors standing up to secure sensible licensing decisions for local people

There have been a number of licensing applications made in Warwick Ward recently on which your Councillors have been supporting local residents.

Edgware Road pavements repaired

We have been pressing Transport for London (TFL) to repair a section of pavement outside Parsons House on Edgware Road.  As we have previously reported, there have been a number of pavement improvements within the ward over the last 18 months and we are pleased that TFL have finally responded to

Regent's Park Matters

Supporting a special project: Saving Samuel Godley 

Your local Conservative Councillors are supporting via the ward budget the restoration of a headstone of Pte Samuel Godley a hero of the Life Guards who fought at the Battle of Waterloo and who is buried in St John’s Wood Churchyard. 

Targeting litter on Allitsen Road

Regent’s Park Conservative Councillors have been working hard to tackle a number of issues on Allitsen Road including the increase in litter following complaints from residents who are concerned on the impact this has been having.