Warwick

About our ward

The Ward is diverse and dynamic. It has an active Ward Committee whose key motto is "teamwork" and has the ability to make the most mundane job fun. We like to think that we are innovative as well as enthusiastic.

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Our local team

Chairman: James Spence

Vice Chairman: Jim Glen

Hon Secretary: Barbara Dingle

Councillors: Nickie Aiken, Christabel Flight, Jacqui Wilkinson

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

Speeding traffic in St George's Drive

Local people have been contacting us about concerns over vehicles and coaches speeding along St George's Drive.

Your local councillors share these concerns, so we're setting up a local campaign to get action to deal with it, but we need your help.

People

Nickie Aiken

Nickie Aiken has lived in the Cities of London and Westminster for more than 20 years, first moving to London in 1997. She lived in the Barbican in the heart of the City of London before moving to Pimlico where she has been raising her family since 1999.

Christabel Flight

Christabel Flight was elected to represent Warwick Ward in May 2006 she has held the following roles: acting as Westminster's Older Peoples Champion, editor of Westminster Plus for Westminster's 25,000 freedom pass holders, and prior to her election as Lord Mayor, serving as Deputy Cabinet Member

Jacqui Wilkinson

Jacqui has lived in Pimlico for over 20 years and was elected as a Councillor for Warwick Ward in 2015. She is currently Deputy Cabinet Member for Economic Development, Education and Skills as well as Westminster's Animal Welfare Champion.

News

Westminster City Council launch information page for Coronavirus

Westminster City Council has launched an advice and information page for Coronavirus. The page, which will be updated to reflect events, includes updates to Council Services, links to healthcare advice and information about how people can help. You can reach the page here .

New anti-idling signs

Cllr Nickie Aiken, as Leader of Westminster City Council, has been the instigator and promoter of Westminster's Anti-Idling Campaign. 

New fence in Gillingham Row

Gillingham Row behind the Queen Mother Centre has long been a focus of anti-social behaviour including drug dealing and taking as well as dumping of rubbish and unofficial parking. 

Better Internet for Pimlico

We have been receiving enquiries about the road works underway throughout Pimlico. 

These are part of a roll-out throughout Westminster of ‘Fibre To The Premises’ (FTTP) being installed by a number of suppliers facilitated by the Council. 

More drug dealing on our streets

Sadly, drugs have made an unwelcome return to our streets. Perhaps they never truly went away. We have received a number of emails from concerned residents who are witnessing drug dealing on a daily basis.

Dockless Bikes - New byelaw

Whilst  your Councillors are very supportive of cycling, we have received numerous complaints of Lime Bikes, Mobikes etc "abandoned" on the highway, very often on a narrow pavement causing an obstruction making it difficult for pedestrians to pass; particularly those in a wheelchair or children i

Tackling abuse of short-term letting

We know that most homeowners who let on a nightly basis do so within the law and maintain excellent standards. However, we also know short-term letting can cause problems for local people.