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. 

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.

Campaigns

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.

People

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

News

Lisson Arches to deliver affordable homes

A number of residents have contacted your local councillors about the building works currently taking place on Lisson Grove which has resulted in a realignment of the traffic flow and suspension of parking. These works are part of the Church Street Regeneration programme which will see 1,750 new

Giving Neighbourcare new wheels

Neighbourcare provides relief from loneliness and isolation for people living in St John’s Wood and Maida Vale. And to help transport those affected to local community run events and activities a dedicated Neighbourcare minibus is used. Your local councillors were made aware that this minibus nee

Road Marking on Charlbert Street

Recently a disabled bay in Charlbert Street NW8 near to the junction with Allitsen Road was moved to create an additional resident parking bay. However our highways contractor failed to remove the old markings causing much confusion. Your councillors when made aware of this issue responded quickl

Unauthorised decking outside The Ivy

Your local councillors were alerted by local people to the unauthorised decking that was installed outside The Ivy on the High Street during the May bank holiday weekend. Such a seating platform does not allow proper pavement cleaning and detracts from the character of a listed building on the Hi

Westminster street maintenance programme in Regent's Park

Westminster City Council is developing their planned highways, drainage and public lighting maintenance programmes for 2020/21. This is a yearly exercise and Robert, Paul & Gotz would like to hear from local people about any streets in Regent’s Park ward most in need of repair. 

World Cup victory at Lord's

To celebrate England winning the World Cup against New Zealand at Lord’s in what has been classed as the ‘greatest cricket game of all time’, Royal Mail is painting 15 Letter Boxes across the country. The first and perhaps most relevant location is on St John’s Wood Road, outside the famous Grace

Safer Neighbourhood Team Ward Police Panel

Cllr Gotz Mohindra attended the Safer Neighbourhood Team (SNT) police panel in May with local residents and our local ward police officer to discuss crime in the area. Although St John's Wood is considered to have low crime our local police team request any information of anti-social behaviour be