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
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Westminster Labour Councillors have responded to Wandsworth Council’s decision on its ‘preferred option’ for the Nine Elms-Pimlico bridge.
Westminster Labour Councillors welcome comments from Heidi Alexander, Deputy Mayor for Transport, on the proposed Nine Elms to Pimlico bridge
Westminster Labour Councillors continue to oppose plans for a proposed pedestrian bridge from Nine Elms to Pimlico.
We are continuing to oppose the London Borough of Wandsworth’s plans for a pedestrian bridge at Nine Elms. The Deputy Mayor from Transport, Val Shawcross, has issued the following statement to provide clarity on the Mayor’s position: “This scheme is being developed by the London Borough of Wandsworth and the
Churchill Labour Councillors have called on Westminster Conservatives to clarify remarks made by the former London Deputy Mayor for Transport.
Churchill Labour Councillors call for an end for the Nine Elms to Pimlico ‘bridge to nowhere’
Churchill Labour Councillor Shamim Talukder has met with local activists and Labour representatives on the London Assembly and Wandsworth Council to discuss residents’ opposition to the proposed Nine Elms to Pimlico Bridge. Labour London Assembly Members Andrew Dismore and Leonie Cooper, and Wandsworth Labour Councillors Fleur Anderson, Annamarie Critchard and Aydin
Councillor Jason Williams attended the ‘North Battersea Alliance Against the Bridge’ Public meeting on Tuesday 26th July 2016. North Battersea Alliance Against the Bridge and Pimlico Alliance arranged a public meeting to stop £100 million being spent on the proposed new Thames crossing near Vauxhall Bridge. Unlike further east in
There was no consultation with anybody in Westminster prior to Wandsworth launching the competition for this bridge. Wandsworth simply went ahead with no discussion or consultation, hardly a positive start to a project which says it wants to link the two sides of the river. Since then there has been