Tachbrook

About our ward

Tachbrook Ward stretches from Vauxhall Bridge Road to St George's Drive and includes Pimlico School, Dolphin Square and the north bank of the River Thames within its boundaries. The largely residential neighbourhood encompasses a broad cross section of the community, with its vibrant and varied amenities ranging from the shops and facilities of Tachbrook Street to the boutiques of the Moretons.

The Ward committee meets regularly to discuss local issues and campaigning activities and it maintains close contact with electors by means of InTouch newsletters, meetings and canvassing.

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Our local team

Hon President: Alan Bradley

Chairman: Jackson Ng

Vice Chairman:

Hon Secretary: Sally Tooth

Councillors: Jim Glen, Angela Harvey & James Spencer 

Campaigns

No to Nine Elms Bridge

First, a very BIG thanks to all residents who went to the Nine Elms Bridge promoters’ exhibition at St Saviour’s Church Hall and Pimlico Academy in July to tell the promoters what the people of Pimlico think about a bridge landing on one of our few riverside spaces.  We hope that the promoters ha

People

Angela Harvey

Angela moved to Pimlico nearly 30 years ago and was first elected to the Council in 2002.  She works hard to protect the village feel of Pimlico, and is known as a caring, capable and accessible local councillor, helping residents to make their lives better.

Jim Glen

Jim Glen has lived in Pimlico for over 20 years, and is married with three children all of whom attended the local Church primary school before going on to secondary education.

James Spencer

James was elected to Westminster City Council in May 2018. As well as ward councillor for Tachbrook he sits on the Planning Committee, the Housing and Finance Policy and Scrutiny Committee and the Standing Advisory Committee for Religious Education. 

News

Westminster Matters: Leader's Update March 2019

Westminster Matters: An update from Cllr Nickie Aiken, Leader of Westminster City Council

It has been an incredibly busy time since I last updated you on the work of Conservative-run Westminster City Council.

A supporting hand for those sleeping on the streets

Sadly we continue to see an increase in the number of rough sleepers on our streets. Westminster attracts more than the next four boroughs combined. Being the “capital of the capital” has always meant more people bedding down on our streets.

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

Lillington and Longmore update

Conservative-run Westminster has taken the decision to bring CityWest Homes (our housing provider) back in-house. We all know the service provided by CWH over the past couple of years had fallen short of the high standard we expect.

Rough sleepers and beggars in Tachbrook

Many residents have been in touch with us concerned about the number of rough sleepers and beggars in the neighbourhood and Pimlico tube subway in particular.

Nine Elms Bridge update

When more than 10,000 Pimlico residents were surveyed about the proposed Nine Elms Bridge, 97% of respondents said ‘No’ as it would bring 18,000 commuters through our quiet Pimlico streets everyday. 

Council implements leafing clearing plan

You may have noticed that our trees have started to shed their leaves. From 5th November, Westminster City County began implementing its ‘Leafing Plan’.