At the quarterly Safer Neighbourhood Panel , attended by local residents and the police – discussing local policing concerns – including the spate of burglaries, drug dealing and anti-social behaviours, along with other issues. A pro-active effort to work together. The police are asking all residents to report drug dealing vehicles’ number plates and times and dates to the police. Use 999, 101, or Bayswater.SNT@met.police.uk
Westminster Housing (formerly CWH) open sessions
Join us for our quarterly community tea at St Stephens’ Church Hall (corner Westbourne Grove and Talbot Road) – hosted by all three councillors. It’s from 3.00 pm to 5.00 pm on Saturday 13th April, with an Easter Egg Hunt at 3.30 pm.
Public Meeting tonight, 7.00 pm Porchester Hall on TfL’s plans to relocate Victoria Coach Station to Royal Oak
With local residents learning about online safety organised by the wonderful Notting Hill East Forum, Safer Neighbourhood Panel and the Police. If you missed out and would like to receive the slides or attend a subsequent event get in touch
As the temperature drops, Westminster City Council makes more beds available for the homeless. If you see a rough sleeper please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to allow us to engage with them and try and help them off the street.
Last night Councillors Richard Elcho and Emily Payne hosted a public meeting for local residents about TfL’s plans to relocate Victoria Coach Station to Royal Oak.
It was standing room only as residents turned up in the droves to object to the plans. Councillors Richard Elcho and Emily do not think that Royal Oak is a suitable site and will continue to oppose these plans on behalf of residents.