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Inequality in Westminster: Cllr Mann’s speech to Full Council

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The speech Churchill Labour Councillor Andrea Mann gave at Westminster City Council’s Full Council meeting, January 2020: A Tale of Two Cities: Inequality in Westminster The tale of Westminster really is a tale of two cities. The neighbourhoods that make up our borough rank among the least and most deprived
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Merry Christmas from Churchill Labour

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We would like to wish everyone in Churchill Ward a very Merry Christmas and Happy New Year. However different your celebrations may look this year, we hope you have peaceful, restful and hopeful festive season. It has been such a challenging and difficult year for so many, particularly our most
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Darwin House & Balmoral Castle: Submit your views to the Council

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Westminster Council’s planning application for the redevelopment of Darwin House and the Balmoral Castle site on Churchill Gardens has now gone live on its planning portal. You can view the Council’s full proposals – and leave your views and comments about the plans – at www.westminster.gov.uk/planning, using the reference/search term
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Churchill Labour Councillors stand up for Ebury food bank

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Like many local people, we were concerned to hear of fears over the future of Ebury Food Surplus – the food bank run by volunteers from Ebury Bridge Estate which brings vital food and supplies to local residents and families in need. Churchill Labour Councillors raised these concerns with Westminster
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Submit your views on the Cundy Street Quarter planning application

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It’s not too late to submit your views to Westminster City Council about Grosvenor’s plans for the Cundy Street Quarter development. Simply go to the council’s planning portal and search by the planning application’s reference: 20/03307/FULL to leave your comment. You can find out more about Grosvenor’s proposals on their
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Westminster Labour urge against permanent closure of Gordon Hospital

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The Gordon Hospital in Pimlico – the only inpatient mental health facility in South Westminster – is facing permanent closure by CNWL (Central and North West London) NHS Foundation Trust, following its temporary closure during the Covid-19 pandemic. But as this MyLondon news report shows, and as Westminster City Council
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Balmoral Castle and Darwin House redevelopment: Your views and ours

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Westminster Council has just launched the next stage of its consultation with local residents about its plans to redevelop Darwin House and the Balmoral Castle pub site on Churchill Gardens. The Council’s plans would mean the demolition of Darwin House and the creation of a new Community Supported Housing block
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Churchill Labour Councillors help fund Ebury foodbank van and freezers

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Churchill Labour Councillors are delighted to have helped our local foodbank, Ebury Food Surplus, with Ward Budget funds to buy a van for deliveries and fridge-freezers for food storage. Ebury Food Surplus do fantastic work providing food and essential supplies for people in Churchill and beyond – work that’s been
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We raise concerns over Lupus Street parking bays and cycle lane

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Churchill Labour councillors Cllr Andrea Mann and Cllr Shamim Talukder have raised residents’ concerns about the temporary pavement widening on Lupus Street with Westminster Council – which has resulted in the loss of the cycle lane along Lupus Street, and many resident parking bays. While Churchill Labour councillors support the
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Have your say on Grosvenor’s plans for the Cundy Street Quarter

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UPDATE: 9 June 2020: Grosvenor have now applied for planning permission to Westminster Council for their proposals for the Cundy Street Quarter. We encourage all local residents to view the full planning application online and take part in the consultation by leaving a comment. To do that, just go to
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