Marylebone High Street Ward Labour Action Report - April 2018


News from Cheyenne Angel, Barbara Johnston and Florence Kettle, your Labour Action Team in Marylebone High Street Ward.


Cleveland Street

We are helping residents in Howard House who are having difficulties with anti-social behavior and have asked Genesis Housing to investigate.

Bolsover Street

We have asked the Council to replace a broken tree in Bolsover Street.

New Cavendish Street/Marylebone Street

We have asked the Council to replace a missing street sign on the corner of New Cavendish Street/Marylebone Street. Residents say:

“This has been missing (fell off) for two years. It’s been reported numerous times.”

Labour’s Manifesto for the 2018 Council Elections

After decades of the Conservatives taking Westminster for granted, residents have a real chance to change the future of this city. Years of cuts have taken their toll on local services, particularly for the most vulnerable.

The Conservatives have put the needs of developers above the needs of the vast majority of local residents. For generations they have failed to build the Council (social rent) and lower (intermediate) rent homes that Westminster needs to give the City a viable future.

Labour has a credible alternative plan that can be delivered today despite the damage being done by the current government. Our communities are calling out for change, and in this manifesto Labour sets out a vision for how things could be run differently, how we will deliver a Westminster for the many not the few if we are elected to run the council on May 3rd 2018.

Problems paying Water Rates?

Thames Water is running a project with Citizens Advice Westminster to help people who are having problems paying their Water Rates. They can help to access hardship funds and apply for grants to pay off water rate debts. They will provide budgeting advice and negotiate regarding other household debts

Contact the Gateway helpline 03003301191.

There is also an on-line enquiry form at:


We have welcomed the increased on-the-spot fines of up to £150 for dropping litter, including from vehicles.

Please let us know if we can be of help or assistance on any local issues.



Cheyenne Angel, Barbara Johnston and Florence Kettle

Your Labour Action Team in Marylebone High Street Ward

Promoted by Robin McGhee on behalf of  Cheyenne Angel, Barbara Johnston and Florence Kettle, all at 4G Shirland Mews, London W9 3DY