As many residents will be aware, the UK Government have plans to install a national Holocaust memorial and learning centre in Victoria Tower Gardens adjacent to the Palace of Westminster. The plans can be seen online here and there was also a public exhibition in September.
Cllr Nickie Aiken noticed graffiti painted next door to the Sainsbury Delivery Garage in Gillingham Street. She contacted the Neighbourhood City Inspector who arranged with the store manager at Sainsbury’s to have the graffiti removed.
As your Councillors, we are delighted to be supporting the St James’s ward Christmas tree this year. The tree will be at its usual place in Strutton Ground (close to the junction with Old Pye Street). Once again, we will be joined by the choir of St.
Your Warwick Ward Councillors, Nickie Aiken, Christabel Flight and Jacqui Wilkinson invite you to join us at Tachbrook Market for the switching on of the Festive Lights in Warwick Way and Wilton Road on Friday 30th November.
Our residents are very concerned about the lack of police presence across Pimlico, resulting in an increase in begging and rough sleeping. Westminster’s latest analysis shows that crime is up 9% in Westminster, while neighbourhood police numbers have fallen by 52%.
Conservative led Westminster City Council will insist going forward that six in every ten new affordable homes built in the City are suitable for middle-income families. The policy will apply to the ambitious 1495 new homes the Council has committed to building.