A civic presence is slowly being withdrawn from Westminster as part of the Conservative cuts

This week the Mayor announced proposals to close Harrow Road, St John’s Wood and Marylebone Police Stations and Westminster Fire Station in Greycoat Place

This follows other civic building closures and proposed closures over the past few years

  • closure of City Council One Stops at Church Street, Harrow Road and City Hall
  • closure of St James’ Library on Victoria Street
  • closure of the Walk-In clinic in Victoria
  • proposed closure of the Jubilee Sports Centre in Queen’s Park
  • closure of Westminster Adult Education Service buildings at Amberley Road and Ebury Bridge in Pimlico
  • The sale of Old Marylebone Town Hall and Public Library on Marylebone Road
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2 Responses to A civic presence is slowly being withdrawn from Westminster as part of the Conservative cuts

  1. There’s this invention from a few years ago that means people can do things they would have previously had to visit a council office for from their own home… It’s called the internet.

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