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Engine Idling #Don’tBeIdle

Westminster City Council has requested powers to issue instant fines without warning to drivers who are caught leaving their engines running unnecessarily.

Two-Way Baker Street - Ongoing Monitoring

The Council will be undertaking the final traffic surveys that form part of the post-implementation monitoring strategy. Results from these surveys will then be analysed alongside the other survey data that has been collated since the switch to two-way operation.

Safer junctions on Edgware Road

Thank you to everyone who responded to our call for consultation responses about the plans to improve the junctions on Edgware Road around the flyover, Marks & Spenser and the tube station.

Greening Victoria

Local people may have attended recent meetings about the future of the Victoria area.

Air Quality Update at Marylebone Station

At a liaison meeting on 24 October, Chiltern Railways set out the status of their air quality improvement actions in a presentation to local people:

Protecting our neighbourhood – planning applications

Planning applications are in to enlarge 22 Chapter Street, with a two-storey extension. Your Conservative councillors would like to know what you think: you can contact us directly, email us and you can also enter your thoughts directly on the council website.

Turning on our Christmas Lights!

For the first time this year, we are delighted to be able to welcome everyone to an event for the whole local community including children on Wednesday 4th December at 6.00pm.

You are invited to enjoy the Christmas-tree lights being switched on outside St Mary’s Church, Wyndham Place.

Big black bins – magnets for anti-social behaviour? Take them away

In some parts of our Vincent Square neighbourhood, such as the Cathedral Piazza and Carey Place, big black bins have become magnets for antisocial behaviour and drug dealing. Our excellent local police team have been working on these problems too, with arrests.