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Westminster Labour continues call for full resident ballot following Council’s decision to demolish Ebury Bridge Estate

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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.

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Ebury Bridge Estate: Our address to Cabinet Members of Westminster City Council

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Cllr Talukder and Cllr Mann attended the Westminster City Council Cabinet Meeting this evening, along with a number of Ebury Bridge Estate residents.

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Ebury Bridge Estate report going to Council Cabinet on Monday 9th July

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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.

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Your latest Churchill Ward Action Report

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News from your Churchill Labour Action Team – Councillors Shamim Talukder and Jason Williams and Andrea Mann

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We call for Ebury Bridge ballot following Mayor’s guidelines on estate regeneration

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Churchill Ward Labour Councillors demand a full ballot of all residents on any final scheme agreed for Ebury Bridge Estate.

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Churchill Ward Labour Councillors call for action on Ebury Bridge Estate lifts

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Churchill Ward Labour Councillors are asking for a review of the lifts on Ebury Bridge Estate

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Churchill Labour Councillors meet with Ebury Bridge Estate Regeneration team

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Shamim Talukder and Jason Williams met with the Ebury Bridge Estate Regeneration team to discuss the project

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Churchill Labour Councillor welcomes Conference vote on estate ballots

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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
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Nearly £30 Million spent on Ebury Bridge Estate regeneration plan without a brick being laid

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Questioning from Labour Councillors has revealed that an eye-watering £29 million has been spent on the Ebury Bridge Estate regeneration scheme before a brick has even been laid. Residents in the Ebury Bridge Estate in Pimlico have been waiting over 3 years for better housing after voting in favour of
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Cheylesmore House Meeting – Edgson House

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Churchill Labour Councillors have organised a meeting for Cheylesmore House residents to hear their concerns about the Ebury Bridge regeneration scheme. We have also arranged for a letter to be sent to Cheylesmore residents to ensure they are updated on the project.

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