Westminster News

Labour have set out an ambitious but deliverable manifesto that can help positively transform Westminster for the future to make it a city for the many not the few.  
Help Westminster Labour make history by helping in our campaign on polling day to enable us to encourage Labour voters to go to the polls on May 3rd to win the Council for Labour.  On polling day we are running 11 campaign centres. If you are able to come along,...
HELP US WIN IN WESTMINSTER We can make history in Westminster on Thursday 3rd May 2018! But we need your help to do this. We need to speak to residents across Westminster to make sure they go out and vote. In Westminster North we are running 5 campaign centres. If...
When we launched our first set of 20 ‘Nightmare Stories from City West Homes’ in January 2018 we thought that this would spur Conservative Councillors and City West staff in to action. But all we heard was first, a denial that there was a problem and then, ‘warm words’ that...
Council Tax is always an emotive issue in Westminster politics but residents can be confident that Labour will keep Council Tax low. Westminster Council receives the highest levels of parking revenue (£73.2m) in the country as well as substantial commercial income from its large Central London property portfolio (£42.8m) that...
NEWS FROM WESTMINSTER’S LABOUR COUNCILLORS. Burne Street We have asked the Council to investigate this issue: “As you will know, Burne Street has had the exit blocked to Marylebone Road. This is fine but it makes Burne Street even more negative in the sense it goes nowhere. It is also...
Three of the most polluted streets in London are in Westminster. Data from King’s College London put the Strand, Marylebone Road and Oxford Street in the top 10 for N02 air pollution, a toxic gas which is estimated to kill thousands each year and air quality is an important health...
Westminster Labour have set out ambitious plans to build many more homes for social rent and for people on average incomes or less .We would also radically reform or scrap the poorly performing CityWest Homes.
Westminster Council rearranged the production of its usually quarterly local propaganda magazine ‘The Westminster Reporter’ so that three editions were delivered to local residents in the four months prior to ‘purdah’ ban on election advertising at the cost to the tax payer of £180,000.