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#MyWestminster Fund Update

We have just learnt that the third round of the #MyWestminster Fund is now open. Local groups can apply for up to £10,000 for community projects promoting the environment, neighbourhoods, young people and community cohesion in Westminster.

Major drugs raid in Pimlico

We are increasingly receiving complaints from our residents about the open drug taking and dealing on our Pimlico streets.

Opinion: London deserves a Mayor who will listen

Our London Assembly Member Tony Devenish AM West Central writes 

In May I will have been a London Assembly Member for three years. In that time, I have grilled the Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, on dozens of occasions, so I have a pretty good measure of the man.

Seminar held for EU Citizens

We believe that the contribution to our City made by the thousands of EU nationals who live in Westminster deserves our recognition and support. The City Council has launched a number of measures to help EU citizens feel certain that Westminster can remain their long-term home after Brexit.

Bessborough Family Hub

Cllr Jacqui Wilkinson, Deputy Cabinet Member for Economic Development, Education and Skills, has visited the new Bessborough Family Hub in Lupus Street, which is providing a wide range of support both for families and children up to the age of 19.

Major works in Glastonbury House

Cllrs Flight and Wilkinson joined residents of Glastonbury House in a meeting with CityWest Homes and United Living to hear about major works being carried out in Glastonbury House to improve safety in case of fire. These include:

ISEU: Integrated Street Engagement Unit

Early in 2018, Westminster City Council launched the Integrated Street Engagement Team (ISEU) to help support our daytime population off the streets off the streets and into accommodation.