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We were very disappointed by the Council’s Housing Scrutiny Committee’s decision last night to accept the Cabinet decision on Ebury Bridge Estate’s regeneration.
Westminster Labour continues call for full resident ballot following Council’s decision to demolish Ebury Bridge Estate
Labour Councillors are calling on Westminster City Council to hold a residents’ ballot on Ebury Bridge Estate, after its Cabinet approved the proposal for full demolition.
Cllr Talukder and Cllr Mann attended the Westminster City Council Cabinet Meeting this evening, along with a number of Ebury Bridge Estate residents.
Westminster Council’s Cabinet is meeting to consider the report on Ebury Bridge Estate and its recommendation of the ‘preferred scenario’ – which is full demolition of the estate.
News from your Churchill Labour Action Team – Councillors Shamim Talukder and Jason Williams and Andrea Mann
Churchill Ward Labour Councillors demand a full ballot of all residents on any final scheme agreed for Ebury Bridge Estate.
Churchill Ward Labour Councillors are asking for a review of the lifts on Ebury Bridge Estate
Shamim Talukder and Jason Williams met with the Ebury Bridge Estate Regeneration team to discuss the project
Churchill Labour Councillor Jason Williams has welcomed the Labour Party Conference decision to back a motion for ballots on estate regeneration schemes. Speaking at the Labour Conference in Brighton, Councillor Williams said: “This sends a very clear message that councils need to be accountable to residents on any regeneration plan