Mayor Khan ‘shirking responsibility’ over CCTV blackout

Conservatives have hit out at Sadiq Khan after he raised “serious concerns” about the failure to get CCTV back up and running in Westminster.

Tony Devenish, an Assembly Member, said the Mayor of London was “shirking responsibility”.

Council Launches City For All Plan

This morning Council Leader Cllr Nickie Aiken, in a speech to community leaders and local stakeholders, launched Westminster Conservatives' 'City for All'  plan. Conservatives plan to modernise Westminster City Council for the benefit of everyone who lives, works and visits the city.

GLA Conservatives Newsletter 9th July 2018

This week's newsletter focuses on three issues of vital importance to London. On two of these issues (housing and the Ultra-Low Emission Zone) my colleague Andrew Boff and I questioned Sadiq Khan at the most recent Mayor's Question Time.

Market Consultations

We have been given advance notice of two consultations by Westminster City Council relating to the operation of our street markets. Both will be starting on 6th August and run through until October.

WCC's policy on parking suspensions

One issue on which we get regular complaints is the operation of parking suspensions. As parking is important for our residents, we decided to check Westminster City Council’s policy on your behalf. 

#MyWestminster Day

On Sunday 1st July, your Warwick Ward Councillors joined residents from across Westminster for the 2nd #My Westminster day, which was held at Paddington Recreation Ground.

Flooding in Pimlico again

Two years ago in June 2016, there was widespread flooding in Pimlico due to heavy rainfall and the complete failure of the Longmoore Street Pumping Station.

GLA Conservatives' publish Cost of Khan report

Last week saw GLA Conservatives published The Cost of Khan; a comprehensive report totting up the failed policies, broken promises and endless spin of the first two years of Sadiq Khan's mayoralty. As a half-term report, it makes grim reading.

The Future of Oxford Street

The letter below was sent yesterday to several residents societies from the Leader of the Council and the Cabinet member for Placeshapping and Planning, providing an update on the future of Oxford Street. 

Dear Resident