News

New taskforce to tackle problems caused by short term lettings

We are getting an increasing number of complaints about short lettings in Pimlico – commonly referred to as ‘Air BnB’. Landlords are not allowed to let properties for over 90 nights without planning permission and this government legal limit applies across all websites.

Christmas in Churchill

We had a wonderful Christmas in our part of Westminster with many events and celebrations across the community. 

Christmas Lunch at Glastonbury House

Cllr Aiken, Flight and Wilkinson were thrilled to host and secure funding for the Christmas Lunch for residents at Glastonbury House. Around 50 residents came to the lunch with food being delivered to those who were unable to attend.

Switching on festive lights in Warwick Way

Another successful Christmas lights switch on for Warwick Ward in Tachbrook Market. The Lord Mayor of Westminster, Cllr Lindsey Hall, joined Councillors Christabel Flight, Nickie Aiken and Jacqui Wilkinson.

Victoria Tower Gardens

You may be aware of the proposals to locate a new Holocaust Museum within Victoria Tower Gardens which offer iconic views of River Thames and provide much valued and well used outside space for residents living in Vincent Square Ward.

Protecting the Vincent Square Neighbourhood

“Protecting the Vincent Square neighbourhood from unneighbourly planning applications big or small, is a major part of the job of your local Conservative councillors” says Councillor Selina Short.

Rubbish dumping in Fitzrovia

There have long been problems with rubbish being dumped on many of the streets in Fitzrovia and East Marylebone as well as issues with rubbish being left at the wrong times.

Update on Tachbrook Street Market

Thanks to everyone who took part in the Council’s markets consultation which had a great response from traders, residents, businesses and shoppers to make sure street markets, like Tachbrook, remain at the heart of our local communities. With this feedback Conservative-run Westminster City Counci