Local News

Shisha update

Officers from Westminster City Council, the Metropolitan Police and tax inspectors recently checked out 90 cafes providing shisha and confiscated suspected illegal tobacco from 45 of them. Other criminal offences were also investigated.

Cundy Street Flats Update

Councillor Gassanly has written to residents at Cundy Flats, setting out what local Conservative councillors are doing to secure the best deal for residents and the wider community:

Please bear with us as broadband is upgraded!

We know that recent road closures and parking suspensions have been infuriating, so thank you for your patience as this work is completed. Improving broadband is vital to Westminster’s economy, home to many major company headquarters and three percent of UK GDP – more than the City of London.

Have your say on Edgware Road

Change is coming to the flyover junction on Edgware Road. The little-used subway under Edgware Road has been closed to stop anti-social behaviour there.

Multicolour Marble Arch!

For one night only, to celebrate Pride in London, Marble Arch turned into a rainbow of colours.

Update on Oxford Street

Richard Beddoe, our Ward Councillor and Cabinet Member for Place Shaping and Planning, has spent the last year working on the Oxford Street District Plan.