Richard Elcho

Richard Elcho has lived in Bayswater for nearly thirty years.  As a result, Richard knows our area very well, is deeply attached to it, and is keen to protect its heritage. Richard works as a lawyer in the Employment Tribunal where he helps workers to enforce their rights. He is keen to advocate on behalf of the residents of Bayswater, and to make sure that the ward continues to be safe and clean. Recently he has been working alongside your other Conservative candidates to ensure that residents concerns are heard about the Newton Road Medical Centre development.

Richard was first elected in May 2018. 

Telephone: 020 7730 8181

Email: bayswater@westminsterconservatives.com

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News

TfL announce Royal Oak no longer being considered for coach station

Ahead of our planned protest outside TfL’s offices later today and our 6,470 strong petition, TfL has announced today it is no longer pursuing the option of a coach station at Royal Oak. However, we will still be delivering our petition at 5.00 pm today (Thursday 14th March) to TfL to enforce the

Waste Management in Bayswater

Fly tipping has been one of the biggest issues we have faced in Bayswater and local Councillors Richard Elcho and Emily Payne have unrelentingly lobbied the council on behalf of local people. 

Tackling Fly-tipping in Bayswater

Fly tipping has been one of the biggest issues we have faced in Bayswater and Councillors Richard Elcho and Emily Payne have unrelentingly lobbied the council on behalf of residents. Consequently, we are pleased to announce that Bayswater will be the target of a sustained campaign to address this

Council implements leafing clearing plan

You may have noticed that our trees have started to shed their leaves. From 5th November, Westminster City County began implementing its ‘Leafing Plan’.

Armistice Remembrance

The weekend of 9th – 11th November saw Westminster Council commemorate 100 years since the end of the First World War. As a Council, we work very closely with the Armed Forces supporting a number of initiatives.