Nik Slingsby – Working for residents’ interests in Marylebone

Marylebone High Street

Councillor Paul Dimoldenberg, Leader of Westminster Labour Group, has urged residents to vote for Nik Slingsby at the Marylebone High Street Ward by election on 2nd May;

“Nik Slingsby would be a great addition to the Labour Team on Westminster City Council. He is intelligent, hard-working and totally committed to representing local residents”

Over the past few years, Labour Councillors have acted on hundreds of issues raised with them by local residents in and around the Marylebone High Street Ward:

• Urging the Council and police to take action to stop the problems caused by anti-social behaviour at Holcroft Court
• Raising concerns about late night noise from bars and clubs in Chiltern Street and
Blandford Street area
• Persuading the Council and the Polish Ambassador to take action to better control
the queues outside the Polish Consulate in New Cavendish Street
• Urging the Council and TfL to consider installing a new pedestrian crossing at the
junction of Devonshire Street and Portland Place
• Persuading the Council to deal with rubbish problems at the corner of Dorset Street and Manchester Street
• Pressing for the Council to investigate early morning deliveries at the corner of New
Cavendish Street and Hallam Street
• Protesting about the removal of residents’ parking bays at Montagu Mansions
• Complaining to the Council about the bottle collections from outside bars and restaurants in Blandford Street and Chiltern Street in the early hours of the morning.
• Pressing for on-street electric car charging points in the Marylebone area
• Urging CityWest Homes to act on residents’ complaints about the door entry system and heating problems at Luxborough Tower

Promoted by Paul Dimoldenberg at 44 Manor House, Marylebone Road, NW1 5NP on behalf of Nik Slingsby 1 Harrowby Court, Harrowby Street, W1H 5FA

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