News and updates from your Churchill Ward Labour Councillors
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News from your Churchill Ward Councillors and Labour Action Team
Shamim Talukder and Jason Williams met with the Ebury Bridge Estate Regeneration team to discuss the project
Labour Councillor Shamim Talukder gave his Ward report to the AGM of the Belgrave Residents’ Association.
Churchill Labour Councillor Jason Williams and Action Team member Andrea Mann attended the recent Churchill Gardens Residents Association AGM.
The date for the Judicial review for the Newson’s Yard planning decision has been set for 31st October. Churchill Ward Labour Councillors Shamim Talukder and Jason Williams have been campaigning to preserve the Timber Yard on Pimlico Road. Tory-led Westminster City Council’s Planning Committee voted 3-1 to ignore over 330
Cllr Jason Williams recently met the Save Newson’s Timber Yard campaign team and apprentices in South Belgravia.
Westminster City Council’s Planning Committee voted 3-1 to ignore over 330 objections from residents, the Belgravia Society, the Belgravia Residents Association, the Pimlico Road Association and other local businesses and approved plans to demolish the Newson’s Timber yard in south Belgravia to build four retail units and seven luxury houses.
Councillors have been meeting with Residents Groups and associations about the plans for the Travis Perkins Timber Yard. The UK’s oldest timber yard is facing closure despite campaigners urging Grosvenor Estates to re-think plans to turn it into luxury apartments. Newson’s Timber Yard, in Belgravia, has been running for 175
Like you and other residents of Pimlico, we are opposed to this bridge being built. However, the matter cannot just rest there. The local authorities together with the press, should be made aware of the weight of public opinion is against this project. Thank you for your support in opposing