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Churchill Labour Councillors Action Report – Autumn 2019

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Labour Councillors Shamim Talukder and Andrea Mann have been working hard helping local residents across Churchill Ward over recent months – please check out our latest news and updates

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Lupus Street – We take action on Tesco deliveries and rubbish dumping

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Churchill Labour Councillors have ensured that Westminster Council takes action on various Lupus Street issues

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Councillors continue to work with Council Planning Enforcement Officers on Store Deliveries

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Churchill Councillors have been continuing to work with residents and the Council’s Planning Enforcement Officers about deliveries to Tesco’s in Lupus Street and Sainsbury’s in Gatliff Close over outside the agreed hours at their Lupus Street Store.

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Action on Lupus Street Pavements

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Churchill Councillors have raised the state of the pavements on Lupus Street outside Tescos with the Cabinet Member for City Management. Cllr Jason Williams says “the state of the pavement needs addressing, it’s in a far worst state than the other pavements due to the heavy usage of people shopping
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Councillors raise concern about Tescos deliveries

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Churchill Councillors have raised concerns with the Council over Tesco deliveries outside the agreed hours at their Lupus Street Store. The delivery cages have blocked a large part of the pavement outside their store on Lupus Street causing disruption for local residents, we have continually raised these issues with the
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Trolleys and rubbish left outside Lupus Street ‘Express’ store sparks anger

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The ‘West End Extra’ reports; “PILES of rubbish and delivery trolleys left blocking the pavement outside a Tesco Express in Pimlico have led to a volley of complaints. One angry local has launched an online campaign to document the disruption on a Twitter account named “Scenes from a Tesco”. The
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