Category Archives: Belgravia

Why I am standing for Labour in Cities of London & Westminster – Ibrahim Dogus

My name is Ibrahim Dogus and I’m standing as the Labour candidate in Cities of London and Westminster at the general election. After coming to London at the age of 14 with my family as political refugees from Turkey, I … Continue reading

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Westminster Conservatives reject community campaign to save London’s oldest Timber Yard in south Belgravia

Westminster City Council’s Planning Committee last night voted 3-1 to ignore over 330 objections from residents, the Belgravia Society, the Belgravia Residents Association, the Pimlico Road Association and other local businesses and approved plans to demolish the Newson’s Timber yard … Continue reading

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Independent report calls for more social housing and more mixed tenure developments in Westminster

An independent report on ‘The Prime Residential Market in Westminster’ by Ramidus Consulting Ltd calls on Westminster Council to build more homes for low and middle income residents, create more mixed tenure developments and do more to tackle the problem … Continue reading

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‘We still need £250,000 repairs three years after basement dig disaster’

The ‘Evening Standard’ reports; “A family say they are still waiting for at least £250,000 of repairs to their house three years after it was damaged by a skip falling into the road during a basement dig. The collapse left … Continue reading

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