Warwick

About our area 

Warwick ward principally covers the area to the south of Victoria station. The ward stretches from Victoria Street (North) to Ebury Street (West) to Charlwood Street (South-East) and Sutherland Street (South). 

The ward is currently represented by three Conservative councillors; Nickie Aiken, Christabel Flight and Jacqui Wilkinson. 

To find out more about your local councillors, please click below.

People

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. 

Christabel Flight

Christabel Flight was elected to represent Warwick Ward in May 2006. She has held the following roles: acting as Westminster's Older Peoples Champion, editor of Westminster Plus for Westminster's 25,000 freedom pass holders.

Jacqui Wilkinson

Jacqui has lived in Pimlico for over 20 years and was elected as a Councillor for Warwick Ward in 2015. She is currently Deputy Cabinet Member for Economic Development, Education and Skills as well as Westminster's Animal Welfare Champion.

News

Bessborough Family Hub

Cllr Jacqui Wilkinson, Deputy Cabinet Member for Economic Development, Education and Skills, has visited the new Bessborough Family Hub in Lupus Street, which is providing a wide range of support both for families and children up to the age of 19.

Major works in Glastonbury House

Cllrs Flight and Wilkinson joined residents of Glastonbury House in a meeting with CityWest Homes and United Living to hear about major works being carried out in Glastonbury House to improve safety in case of fire. These include:

ISEU: Integrated Street Engagement Unit

Early in 2018, Westminster City Council launched the Integrated Street Engagement Team (ISEU) to help support our daytime population off the streets off the streets and into accommodation.

New taskforce to tackle problems caused by short term lettings

We are getting an increasing number of complaints about short lettings in Pimlico – commonly referred to as ‘Air BnB’. Landlords are not allowed to let properties for over 90 nights without planning permission and this government legal limit applies across all websites.

Christmas Lunch at Glastonbury House

Cllr Aiken, Flight and Wilkinson were thrilled to host and secure funding for the Christmas Lunch for residents at Glastonbury House. Around 50 residents came to the lunch with food being delivered to those who were unable to attend.

Switching on festive lights in Warwick Way

Another successful Christmas lights switch on for Warwick Ward in Tachbrook Market. The Lord Mayor of Westminster, Cllr Lindsey Hall, joined Councillors Christabel Flight, Nickie Aiken and Jacqui Wilkinson.

Nine Elms Bridge update

When more than 10,000 Pimlico residents were surveyed about the proposed Nine Elms Bridge, 97% of respondents said ‘No’ as it would bring 18,000 commuters through our quiet Pimlico streets everyday.