Marylebone High Street
Marylebone High Street

Luxborough Tower

We have raised concerns about the replacement boiler installed by City West Homes on behalf of residents of Luxborough Tower. Residents say:

“With no consultation at all with residents in Luxborough Tower, CWH have decided to install the temporary boiler in the front garden right as you walk up the path instead of housing it on the North east side where its out of sight. We raised a complaint as soon as we were informed on Thursday last week and our comments were ignored and work started on Monday. This is not OK and there is no one taking any responsibility and it makes a mockery of the residents’ association and the hard work we have put in on behalf of all residents”

Chiltern Street

We are continuing to support residents in York Mansions who are battling with City West Homes about major works which have yet to be completed. Residents have told CWH:

“It’s now 36 working days since I reminded you that York Mansions residents and absent leaseholders have not received any update on the chaos that is our major works programme. There is no resident engagement taking place. What is going on, when are senior CWH managers and WCC councillors going to get a grip and sort out this unprofessional, low quality, mismanaged, poor value for money  major works programme?” 

Oxford Street area parking 

The local press reports:

“Shoppers trying to snap up bargains on Oxford Street are stealing disabled parking spaces. Council staff have said that when challenged, most drivers admitted they were headed to Oxford Street’s shopping district. Figures provided to Westminster’s Audit and Performance Committee showed between April and September, 53 such offenders were successfully prosecuted, netting £19,117 in fines and victim surcharges. Marylebone High Street had the highest number of prosecutions, with 28 cases of Blue Badge fraud proven, followed by 17 in the West End.”

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