Pimlico Road and Orange Square


Work your Churchill Labour Councillors have done in the Pimlico Road and Orange Square area includes:

Supporting residents in Cundy Flats and Walden House in their campaign to save their homes from demolition by Grosvenor (as part of the Cundy Street Quarter development).

Supporting Coleshill Flats and Semley House residents also affected by the Cundy Street Quarter development

Representing and listening to Coleshill Flats’ residents views on the Farmers’ Market in Orange Square, including arranging on-site meetings

Standing up for residents in Orange Square: installing dividers on benches, closing off the disused public toilet and removing the disused disabled toilet

Campaigning to save front desk services at Belgravia Police Station

Campaigning to save Newson’s Timber Yard, including attending the Judicial Review

Speaking up for residents’ views about the Timber Yard on the Planning Committee

Lobbying for a safer crossing on Chelsea Bridge Road and Pimlico Road junction

Working with Police and Peabody on anti-social behaviour issues

Working with residents on issues relating to the Chelsea Barracks site

Supporting Orange Square Farmers’ Market, and working with residents and WCC Planning on market start/set-up times

Lobbying TfL on Tube train noise

Lobbying for restoration work on Grosvenor Memorial Fountain

Working with Grosvenor to remove the damaged ramp on Bunhouse Place

Meeting with Belgravia Residents Association, including reporting back at the AGM

Supporting the Orange Square farmers market, while raising any residents’ concerns over noise issues

Projects we have funded in your area include:

Theatre tickets for St Barnabas’ School

Contribution to Pimlico Residents Association Christmas Lights

The Pimlico Youth Music Project

South Westminster Community Choir 2015-16