West End

About the ward 

West End Ward covers the iconic areas of Mayfair, Soho, Fitzrovia and East Marylebone. Along Oxford Street, Regent Street and Bond Street and the surrounding areas, it includes some of Britain’s busiest shopping streets and is home to large numbers of theatres, entertainment and cultural venue. A significant proportion of the area affected by current plans to pedestrianise Oxford Street which runs through the ward. The ward also contains Bond Street tube station, which will be on the new Elizabeth line when in opens in December 2018.

Many of London’s top creative industries, including Savile Row, the post-production facilities in Soho and art galleries and auctioneers are situated within the ward. It is one of the world’s most vibrant areas, with millions of visitors a year, and a vibrant and diverse economy including many evening and night-time venues.

The ward is currently represented by two Conservative councillors; Tim Barnes and Jonathan Glanz, and a Labour Councillor. 

To find out more about them, you can visit their respective pages by clicking on the links below.

People

Jonathan Glanz

Jonathan Glanz has lived and worked in the West End for many years. He is currently Lead Member for Broadband and the Digital Economy and Chairman of the Family and People Services Policy and Scrutiny Committee.

Tim Barnes

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

News

Silver Sunday Celebration Success!

On Sunday 6 October, we were delighted to host 100 senior citizens from across the West End and central Westminster at the Crazy Coqs cabaret venue in Soho.

Westminster-Wide 20mph speed limit

Conservative run Westminster is making our roads safer and greener by planning to introduce a City-wide 20mph speed limit. ​

This week, the Council launched a consultation on implementing a 20mph speed limit to cover the entirety of Westminster. ​

Join us for Silver Sunday Tea Dance!

Senior Soho residents and those from elsewhere in the West End and St James's are invited to a tea dance from 3-5pm on Sunday 6 October in recognition of Silver Sunday.

Council Trials Electric Bin Lorries

In a London-first, Conservative-led Westminster City Council is trialling two electric powered waste collection vehicles over the next two years.

Housing for All

Westminster needs more homes, this is why your Conservative run council has an ambitious plan to build 2000 new homes in our city.