Latest news from Churchill Ward Labour Councillors, Shamim Talukder and Andrea Mann
At the Council meeting on 6th March 2019, Labour Councillors will be repeating their call for immediate action by Westminster Council and City West Homes to end the parking chaos across council estates in Westminster caused by City West Homes’ repeated failure to stop non-permit holders from parking illegally on
Churchill Labour Councillors and Steven Saxby, Labour Parliamentary Candidate, are strongly opposed to Wandsworth Council’s proposed plans for a Nine Elms to Pimlico Bridge
Churchill Ward Labour Councillors have been taking action on the issues resulting from the Cadent gas works on Lupus Street.
Westminster Labour Councillors have responded to Wandsworth Council’s decision on its ‘preferred option’ for the Nine Elms-Pimlico bridge.
Our Winter 2018-2019 newsletter is now online in PDF format and you can read it here. Our newsletters are hand-delivered by volunteers throughout Churchill Ward. If you are a Churchill Ward resident who has not received one and would like to, please contact us with your address at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please
Thanks to pressure from Westminster Labour, Westminster Council is scrapping CityWest Homes
We’d like to wish everyone in Churchill Ward a very Merry Christmas and Happy New Year! We hope you have a wonderful festive break, and look forward to helping you in 2019. Should you need them, here are some useful phone numbers over this period: Emergency Services – 999 Police
CityWest Homes have recently written to all parking permit holders on Churchill Gardens estate, saying they won’t need to make any further payments until new parking arrangements (a ‘Traffic Management Order’) are put in place on the estate in the New Year. While we welcome this ‘payment holiday’, we believe
Labour Councillors call on the Council to compensate Churchill Gardens residents for parking permits – and to take action on illegal parking.