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

Member of Parliament for the Cities of London & Westminster
Councillor for Warwick ward

Nickie Aiken has lived in the Cities of London and Westminster for more than 20 years, first moving to London in 1997. She lived in the Barbican in the heart of the City of London before moving to Pimlico where she has been raising her family since 1999.

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.

News

Begging and Vagrancy Outside Retailers

Local people have been contacting us about aggressive begging both on the streets and directed towards those now having to queue outside Pimlico supermarkets and retailers.

Westminster City Council launch information page for Coronavirus

Westminster City Council has launched an advice and information page for Coronavirus. The page, which will be updated to reflect events, includes updates to Council Services, links to healthcare advice and information about how people can help. You can reach the page here .

Westminster City Council’s Vision for All

On 5 March 2020, Rachael Robathan, Leader of Westminster City Council, presented the Council’s vision for managing the immediate challenges to our great city, pledging a carbon-neutral green city with technology at its core and a multi-billion-pound investment for renewal at its heart.

New anti-idling signs

Cllr Nickie Aiken, as Leader of Westminster City Council, has been the instigator and promoter of Westminster's Anti-Idling Campaign. 

New fence in Gillingham Row

Gillingham Row behind the Queen Mother Centre has long been a focus of anti-social behaviour including drug dealing and taking as well as dumping of rubbish and unofficial parking. 

Better Internet for Pimlico

We have been receiving enquiries about the road works underway throughout Pimlico. 

These are part of a roll-out throughout Westminster of ‘Fibre To The Premises’ (FTTP) being installed by a number of suppliers facilitated by the Council.