People

Heather Acton

Heather Acton has lived in Westminster for 30 years and says "I am keen to help ensure residents can enjoy a safe and pleasant environment for life in Hyde Park Ward".  Her current responsibilities are as Cabinet Member for Adult Social Care and Public Health, as Chair of the Health and Wellbeing

Ian Adams

Ian Adams has served Westminster as a ward councillor for 16 years. He is married and lives in W2.

Nickie Aiken

Nickie Aiken has lived in the Warwick ward for over 20 years, and is married with two children both of whom attended the local church primary school before going onto secondary education. She is keen to work with local residents and businesses to preserve and improve the quality of life for all a

Julia Alexander

Julia has lived in Bryanston and Dorset Square Ward for eleven very happy years. She is a keen Conservative community activist, before being elected taking the lead in obtaining the changes wanted by Residents to proposals for the redevelopment of Marylebone Old Town Hall.

Barbara Arzymanow

Barbara Arzymanow has lived in Westminster for nearly 30 years, during which she has married and raised four sons. She has fought successful campaigns over education, healthcare and the preservation of our local heritage.

Daniel Astaire

Daniel has represented the ward since 2001.  He is the Cabinet Member for Business, Skills and Housing covering housing and regeneration as well as promoting economic growth across the City. Professionally, Daniel runs a West End law firm.

Tim Barnes

Tim is one of your three local Conservative candidates for West End in May 2018. 

Richard Beddoe

Richard Beddoe is a lawyer specialising in child protection.  He was delighted to lead the formation of a specialist domestic violence court at the Westminster Magistrates Court on Marylebone Road.  Richard continues to serve as a Governor of St Mary’s Bryanston Square Primary School and as Presi

Iain Bott

Iain Bott lives and works as a dentist in Marylebone. He has represented residents on various issues from excessive developments to health needs since being elected in May 2013.