Local Issues & Campaigns


Your Churchill Labour Councillors have a great deal of experience running campaigns on a range of issues across the Ward. Check out our News section and Your Area page for more information about the work we do . You can also  follow us on Facebook for the latest updates. If there is an issue or concern we can help you with, please contact us.

Grosvenor’s Cundy Street Quarter development

Churchill Labour Councillors have stood up for, and advocated on behalf of, local residents throughout Grosvenor’s plans for the new development of this area – including supporting the Walden House & Cundy Flats residents’ campaign.

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Balmoral Castle site & Darwin House

Read our views on Westminster Council’s proposals for Darwin House and the disused Balmoral Castle pub site on Churchill Gardens estate – and find out how to have your say.

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Ebury Bridge Estate regeneration

Churchill Labour Councillors have consistently supported Ebury Bridge residents during the regeneration of the estate, speaking up for them at Council meetings and more.

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Proposed Nine Elms – Pimlico bridge

Churchill Labour Councillors have raised residents’ concerns about the proposed bridge and continue to oppose it.

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Churchill Gardens Parking

Churchill Labour Councillors  urged Westminster City Council to take action over parking on Churchill Gardens Estate, including calling for compensation for residents.

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CityWest Homes & Council Housing services

Westminster Labour Councillors continue to raise concerns about the customer service from the Council’s housing service – including delays to repairs, issues with the call centre, and major works. This finally led to the Council scrapping CItyWest Homes and bringing housing services back in-house.

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Belgravia Police Station

Churchill Labour Councillors called for the retention of the front counter service at Belgravia Police Station.

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Major Works support

Churchill Labour Councillors have been supporting tenants and leaseholders during major works.

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Orange Square

Churchill Labour Councillors successfully lobbied Westminster City Council to install dividers on benches and fence off the disused public toilet, and campaigned for better lighting on the Square.

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Newson’s Timber Yard

Churchill Labour Councillors backed the campaign to save Newson’s Timber Yard on Pimlico Road – the oldest timber yard in Westminster.

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University Technical College

Churchill Labour Councillors and the local community expressed concerns about the plans for a University Technical College on Sutherland Street in Pimlico and called for resident involvement.

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Churchill Gardens regeneration project

Churchill Labour Councillors spoke up for local residents at the City Hall to protect the estate from unwanted redevelopment. We are opposed to any demolitions on Churchill Gardens estate – a protected conservation area of major architectural and historical value.

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Lupus St Post Office Lupus Street Post Office

The Churchill Labour Action Team worked with local residents to successfully fight the planned closure of Lupus Street Post Office. We were joined by Alan Johnson MP, a former postman in our campaign which was also raised by Labour Councillors and MPs.

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