Pancho Lewis helped found Fairbnb (Airbnb for people at risk of homelessness). He's lived in and around the West End for several years and his campaign helped stop the closure of iconic cinema Curzon Mayfair when it was threatened by luxury flat developers. Pancho regularly helps local residents with problems they face - from issues with housing through to improving rubbish collection. He’s standing to give residents a strong voice in local decision-making.
Caroline co-authored the letter calling for a rethink on the Council's Tall buildings consultation and pledges to put residents first before developers. A committed environmentalist Caroline previously worked for Friends of the Earth. As part of the Labour Action Team Caroline has been meeting residents across the West End Ward, hearing their concerns and taking up their casework.
Patrick Lilley has lived and worked in and around the West End for 40 years. He worked closely with Pancho Lewis on the Save Curzon Mayfair campaign. He campaigned against the axing of West End’s CCTV. Patrick is standing to protect the West End’s diverse communities and cultural spirit from the triple threats of over development, ‘hotelification’ and anti-social behaviour.