Category Archives: Hyde Park

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 Labour calls for halt to Paddington Cube plans to protect St Mary’s Hospital

In a letter to planning officials Westminster Labour has called for Westminster Council to reject the current plans for the ‘Paddington Cube’, which the NHS has confirmed will make ambulance access to St Mary’s Hospital unsafe. Labour believes that any … Continue reading

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Labour Councillors welcome Police efforts to tackle anti-social behaviour across Westminster

Labour Councillors have welcomed a three-month drive to tackle anti-social behaviour (ASB) and criminal damage in Westminster. Operation Tranquil Wind is based on work undertaken by the Police earlier this year when over 40 streets were visited between March and … Continue reading

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Hyde Park ward campaign moves into top gear

Hyde Park Ward Labour Candidates Firase Morgan, met with branch chair Jack Gordon and Leader of the Labour Group, Councillor Paul Dimoldenberg to discuss campaign strategy and the issues raised by residents. Residents have told us of the key issues … Continue reading

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Parks close and trees fall as St Jude’s Day storm hits Westminster

The ‘West End Extra’ reports; “PARKS were closed and scores of trees were toppled in Westminster as the “St Jude’s Day” storm swept in this morning (Monday) with winds of more than 70mph. Hyde Park and Regent’s Park were closed … Continue reading

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Just 19 households living in the 86 flats at One Hyde Park

This week’s ‘Inside Housing’ reports; “Fewer than a quarter of the apartments in a luxury £1.2 billion development in central London are permanently occupied by individuals, a freedom of information request has revealed. One Hyde Park in Knightsbridge, an 86-apartment … Continue reading

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Yours for a mere £300,000, it’s the record-breaking Westminster parking space

According to the ‘Evening Standard’ “A parking space near Hyde Park has gone on the market for a record-breaking £300,000. The open-air spot measures 11ft x 21ft and is located in Hyde Park Gardens. It is now being offered for … Continue reading

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