Tim Barnes

Having moved to the area around Fitzrovia while a student at UCL, Tim now lives in Soho. 

He owns and runs a small company based in Westminster that helps grow tech start ups, has started a charity project for school children and is particularly focussed on education, skills and supporting local businesses.

Tim was first elected to represent the ward in May 2018. 

Telephone: 020 7730 8181

Email: westend@westminsterconservatives.com

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News

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.

Update on Oxford Street district

Westminster City Council’s Cabinet met on 25 October and gave the go-ahead to take detailed proposals for the Oxford Street District (OSD) to a public consultation that will run from 6th November to 16th December.

Improving care at home when you need it

We want to make sure all our elderly get the best care possible. Westminster City Council set up a new team earlier this year to work both with organisations providing care for people at home, and with residential care homes.

Oxford Street District Improvement Project

Westminster City Council rejected the Mayor of London's seriously misguided plans for the pedestrianisation of Oxford Street after a thorough review following consultation with residents and businesses. 

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.