Improving Broadband

Local residents and businesses have long been concerned that the poor speed offered by broadband providers in the St James’s Ward and other parts of Westminster.

Important Bus Route Changes

Transport for London is reviewing the bus routes that run through central London as a consequence of the impending arrival of the Elizabeth Line, the Crossrail 1 project, and the demand by some for more pedestrianisation in the Oxford Street area.

'Parklets' Hit Warwick

Warwick ward is the proud host of two special ‘parklets’ thanks to the Victoria Business Improvement District. One sits outside the Passport Office and the other on the corner of Wilton Road and Gillingham Street.

Possible Recycling Project

Regular readers of our e-newsletters will know that we are keen to improve recycling within Warwick. This does not just apply to what we put in the blue bags or the recycling bins.

Crossrail 2

On 10th October, Warwick Ward Councillor Jacqui Wilkinson chaired the Crossrail 2 Community Engagement Panel. There was a good turnout from Pimlico residents, including Churchill Ward, concerned to hear what this project might mean for the area.

Anti-Social Behaviour in Pimlico Road and Ebury Street

Churchill Ward Conservatives have been working with Westminster City Council on addressing the increased anti-social behaviour in Pimlico Road and Ebury St (including Orange and Ebury Squares and surrounding streets) over the summer months.

Pimlico Neighbourhood Forum Launched

Warwick Ward Councillor Nickie Aiken joined Tachbrook and Vincent Square colleagues and residents from across Pimlico at the inaugural meeting of the Neighbourhood Forum, which took place at St Saviours Church. It was a well-attended meeting where we learnt of the major tasks in front of us.

Have Your Say on Our Queen Mother Sports Centre

Many of our Churchill Ward residents enjoy the facilities provided by the Queen Mother Sports Centre. You now have an opportunity to comment on the future of the QM and the surrounding area. 

Vehicle Anti-Idling Days: the Next One on Friday 21st October

There is increasing concern about the effects of nitrogen oxide and poisonous particulate-emissions on the lungs of those who live and work in Central London, especially small children, whose lung-capacity has been shown to be reduced by 8% compared with children growing up in a less-polluted env