Local News

Going #Green4Lent and beyond

Westminster Council Leader, Nickie Aiken, is attempting to give up single use plastic and is encouraging others to join her. She is using the current 40-day Lent period to support growing calls among the public to do more to reduce the levels of plastic waste. 

Westminster Petition to Mayor to stop Police Merger

Westminster Conservative Group Leader, Cllr Nickie Aiken, hands in a petition to the Mayor of London urging him to rethink his plans to merge Westminster’s local police teams with Hammersmith & Fulham and Kensington & Chelsea. 

The Future of Ebury Bridge Estate

Churchill Conservatives welcome the Council’s decision to proceed with the Ebury Bridge estate project. We understand there were problems with the original scheme which resulted in a long delay. The Council rightly apologised for this to residents at a public meeting in June.

Local ultrafast broadband rollout gathers pace

Some of the common frustrations experienced by internet users will no longer feature at Churchill Gardens Estate, where ultrafast fibre broadband has been rolled out to over 1,800 homes.

Westminster A Level students excel

​Westminster’s schools continue to perform above the national average as A-Level results show Conservative-run Westminster is a great place to for young people to study and develop.