Local News

30 more pedicabs removed from streets

In joint action involving the Council’s City Inspectors, the Home Office and the police, a coordinated operation was carried out just prior to Christmas at four locations - Oxford Street, Bond Street, Regent Street and Covent Garden. 

Dockless Bikes - New byelaw

Whilst  your Councillors are very supportive of cycling, we have received numerous complaints of Lime Bikes, Mobikes etc "abandoned" on the highway, very often on a narrow pavement causing an obstruction making it difficult for pedestrians to pass; particularly those in a wheelchair or children i

Food-waste recycling trial

Westminster City Council is introducing a food waste recycling trial at Churchill Gardens in autumn 2019. The estate is part of city-wide trial with around 7,500 households taking part across Westminster. It may expand further in the future.

Air Quality Action!

Your local councillors arranged for an Air Quality Action Day in the West End on 20th January and were joined by local residents and workers to assist Westminster Council’s  air quality marshals to speak with drivers about the harmful effects of engine idling.  

Christchurch Gardens Improvements

Work has started on a major refurbishment of Christchurch Gardens on the junction of Victoria Street and Broadway.

Christmas at Ebury

Ebury Lights was a celebration of the Ebury Bridge community spirit which was on full display as residents flocked to week-long festivities in December.

The plot, where Edgson House once stood, was transformed into a festive extravaganza. 

Merry Christmas!

"It is a huge pleasure, as always, to join in the many festive events across the ward which make Christmas such a special time for our residents and businesses" says local Councillor Tim Mitchell.

Celebrating Christmas!

"It is a huge pleasure, as always, to join in the many festive events across the ward which make Christmas such a special time for our residents and businesses" says local Councillor Rachael Robathan. 

Tackling rough sleeping locally

The council’s neighbourhood problem-solving co-ordinators have been working with St Mungo’s, the charity helping rough sleepers, the Paddington and Marble Arch business improvement districts, WCC’s Integrated Street Engagement Unit and with the Metropolitan and Romanian police to address both the