Paddington Station
Paddington Station

Norfolk Square

We have asked the Council to investigate reports of anti-social behaviour outside Edna House in Norfolk Square.

Star Street 

Residents in Star Street have asked for speed restrictions to stop the constant number of speeding cars and bikes along the street. We have asked the Road Safety Team to investigate.

Kendal Street/Edgware Road

We have asked the Council to investigate the appalling situation at the old Nat West Bank on the corner of Edgware Road and Kendall Street. Residents say “it’s absolutely filthy and becoming a serious health hazard”. 

St Michael Street 

We have asked the Council if a sign could be put on the railings outside a house in St Michael Street warning dog owners not to allow their dogs to soil the pavement and to clean up after their dogs.

Harbet Road 

Residents in Harbet Road are concerned about the lack of residents’ parking. They cannot use the underground car parks with out paying and the spaces where they can use resident permits are often out of use due to construction in the Paddington Basin area. Residentssay there are a lot of empty parking spaces in the luxury flats around but they cannot use them and have to go far away from the area to find and park in empty resident bays.We have asked the Parking Team ifthere any action that can be taken to free up parking spaces for residents while building works are undertaken. 

Cleveland Terrace

We have asked the Council to take action on this issue:

“For well over a week there has been a growing rubbish tip opposite 19 Cleveland Terrace. Would someone please arrange for it to be cleared?

Westbourne Terrace

We are taking up this issue with City West Homes:

“We at 66-77 Westbourne Terrace don’t get any parking enforcement for our money. People park where they like, when they like and for as long as they like without fear of even getting a warning notice!”

Paddington Central towpath cycling – what you say

“The cycling along the tow path along each branch of the canal from Little Venice is aggressive and fast, forcing pedestrians to jump out of the way. Often the cyclists come behind you as you walk along and don’t press their bells (in intimidating tailgating fashion). I witnessed a fast cyclist not slowing down for pedestrians and crashing into a canal boat.The cyclists are also using the pavement on Bishops Bridge on the Paddington Central side during rush hour forcing pedestrians to jump out of their way. They don’t use the road.”

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