Archive for Month: May 2013

  • Hyde Park concerts (2)

    Elton John and Lionel Ritchie  have been confirmed as the remaining acts for the season, which should give residents some reassurance about what the Parks call “behaviour record and audience demographic”! This week Royal Parks chief executive Linda Lennon and AEG Live’s Jim King  gave community representatives and residents’ associations the latest on stewarding, litter,…

  • Marylebone Boys’ School

    We are delighted that Marylebone Boys’ School has received approval from the Department for Education for September 2014 opening.  There is huge pressure on school places in central London and much evidence that parents leave Westminster as secondary age approaches. Westminster has two Ofsted-outstanding girls’ state secondaries, but the options for boys are limited. As…

  • Fire station closures

    The planned closures of Westminster and Knightsbridge fire stations, and the downgrade of Chelsea, under the Draft London Safety Plan 5, take no account of the special factors affecting this part of central London. A million visitors a day, many narrow congested streets, London’s biggest concentration of high rise buildings, areas of high deprivation, and…

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