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Marylebone - Charge your electric vehicle at a lamp post!

Marylebone - Charge your electric vehicle at a lamp post!

Dozens of Marylebone's lamp-posts have been fitted with electric car chargers by Berlin company Ubitricity. Concerns about additional 'street clutter' created by installing regular chargers has been one of the hurdles preventing more widespread electric car adoption. The points draw on the same energy supply as the lamppost and charging costs are recorded by the smart charger attached to the charging cable. The system has been designed for low-power charging for local residents and workers without access to off-street parking.

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Westminster City Council - Launch #DontBeIdle campaign

Did you know that by simply turning off your engine you can help to reduce asthma, heart disease and lung cancer? Car Idling contributes to premature deaths and health issues in Marylebone.  If everyone makes a small change, it will help make a BIG difference. Your car idling produces up to 150 balloons of emissions containing harmful chemicals like cyanide, NOx and PM2.5 every minute.  'Air Marshals' patrolling Westminster can now issue motorists with an £80 Penalty Charge Notice if they leave their engines idling when they park up. Air marshals will target delivery drivers, taxis and members of the public who fail to turn their engines off when they pull to the side of the road if they refuse to do so they will be fined. 

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Marylebone Library - Move no 2 !

The Marylebone library is currently closed but it will reopen on Monday 3rd July in it new temporary location 9-11 New Cavendish Street, London W1G 9UQ. Click here for Map

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Tall Buildings- A Changing Environment

Tall Buildings- A Changing Environment

Westminster Council’s policy approach to tall buildings was, until recently, informed by a High Buildings Study which was undertaken in 2001. This was opened up slightly by the 2015 City Plan Revision, but even that concluded that the most appropriate location for tall buildings was the Paddington Opportunity Area and identified very limited scope for new tall buildings in the rest of Westminster, due to the settled character of the ‘townscape’ and significant concentration of heritage assets.

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