Regent's Park

About the ward

Regent's Park lies in the north of Westminster. It is bordered to the south east by Marylebone, the south west by Bryanston and Dorset Square, the west by Church Street and the north by Abbey Road. The borough of Camden is to the east.

The ward is represented by three Conservative councillors; Gotz Mohindra, Robert Rigby and Paul Swaddle. 

Ward surgeries take place on a monthly basis on: 

  • Saturday 8th December, 11am - 12noon at Wharncliffe Gardens Community Hall

No appointment necessary. 

To find out more about your councillors, you can visit their respective pages by clicking on the links below or their Facebook page.


Protect the St John's Wood community from CS-11

The Mayor of London’s plans to build Cycle Superhighway 11 (CS11) cycle route from Swiss Cottage have been rejected following Westminster City Council’s successful Judicial Review. This means that TfL’s decision in the summer to proceed with the current scheme have been quashed.


Gotz Mohindra

Gotz values the ward's unique charm and appeal and intends to work extremely hard to preserve its heritage for the benefit of all locals. Gotz went to a university in Westminster and has worked in the borough for 14 years. He works for an investment and property company. 

Robert Rigby

Robert Rigby has lived in St John's Wood for over 30 years. He has represented the residents of Regent's Park ward since 2010. Robert is currently Deputy Cabinet Member Finance, Property & Regeneration and is Chair of a planning committee. 


Paul Swaddle

Paul lives in St John’s Wood and runs a software company in central London. He is passionate about ensuring that Westminster remains a great place to do business and live. Paul is the Cabinet Member for Customer Service and Digital at Westminster City Council.

Telephone: 020 7730 8181


New stands at Lord’s approved

In January the Council approved a planning application from Lord’s to rebuild the Compton and Edrich stands, located at the eastern side of the ground. 

Water leak at the junction of Cavendish Avenue and Wellington Place

Your councillors recently noticed the pooling of water at the junction of Cavendish Avenue and Wellington Place and on further investigate identified a water leak. Thames Water was contacted and the necessary repair was undertaken to fix this issue. If you spot any water leak then please either c

St. John's Wood High Street voted one of the healthiest in London

St John’s Wood High Street has been ranked as the fourth healthiest in London. A report by the Royal Society of Public Health ranks London’s 146 high streets based on their impact on the public’s well-being and health. Your local councillors while naturally happy with this result will continue to

Supporting Christmas lunch for those alone during the festive period

Robert, Paul & Gotz were pleased to once again be supporting via the local ward budget the St John’s Wood Christmas Committee lunch. This event goes back many years and is aimed at providing a welcome meal for those who find themselves alone and isolated in St John’s Wood and Maida Vale area.

Ormonde Terrace wall plaque unveiled

On 11th December family, friends and residents of Ormonde Terrace gathered for the unveiling of a plaque in honour of Neville Jason, Actor who was instrumental in helping the restoration of a historic wall at the corner of Prince Albert Road and Ormonde Terrace. This wall at one time marked the e

Telephone boxes unwelcome

Your local councillors have objected to the proposed installation of new public phone boxes in our ward and we are pleased to report Westminster Planning Officers agree with us. Four planning applications were received in October from Maximus Network (three on St John’s Wood Road and one on Park

Bus 247 converted to a double decker

The 274 bus provides a valuable service for those residents who live near to Prince Albert Road. However for too long this bus route has been overcrowded owing to it being a single deck bus and used by those accessing London Zoo, Primrose Hill and Regent’s Park. Your local councillors have been t