Local News

Keeping Pimlico safe

Like all of you, we were shocked and upset by the barbaric murder of Hani Abou El Kheir last Sunday.  We want to take this opportunity to let you know what's been happening since then, and to tell you what the City Council is doing to tackle drug crime in Pimlico.

Fewer concerts in Hyde Park are victory for residents

For some residents near Hyde Park, amplified rock ruined too many evenings this summer. In small flats in blocks like St George's Fields, with open walkways, the noise was impossible to escape. Many residents told us they could not believe the decibel limit was being respected.

Olympic Legacy Lives on

Westminster Conservatives are working to ensure Westminster residents benefit from the Olympic legacy.

Through the Active Westminster Passport, Westminster Conservatives have ensured all under 19 year olds and over 60s get unlimited free swimming in all our pools.

A Ward Welcome

In January the three ward Councillors, Richard Beddoe, Sheila D’Souza and Audrey Lewis invited all new ward residents to a Welcome to the Ward Forum at the Council House.

Victoria Street development

Victoria Street and the area in front of the station are undergoing major redevelopments that will have a dramatic influence on the area for decades to come. Many of the Government departments have been demolished.

Action on phone box filth

Filthy phone boxes disfigured by prostitutes' cards continue to spoil parts of the ward towards Paddington. Cllrs Heather Acton and Antonia Cox have worked with the HPEA and others and now have a commitment from BT to remove ten phone kiosks from the ward.