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Marylebone Highway and Lighting Improvements

Thanks to all of you who made suggestions for repairs or improvements to streets, pavements and lighting for Westminster’s 2018-19 Planned Maintenance Programme. We should know by the end of the year which have been successful.

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Marylebone Traffic and City Management Updates - October 2017

News on diesel surcharge effects, rapid electric vehicle chargers, Baker Street Two way and Oxford Street

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Baker Street Two Way Update - Travel, Parking & Basement Surveys

Here is the latest updates  on the Baker Street Two way scheme.

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Government to examine effect disposable drink packaging

The problem of disposable packaging (coffee cups, plastic bottles etc.)littering our streets and countryside is increasing. You only have to look in our own area of Marylebone at the number of coffee shops dispensing drinks and snacks in disposable packaging to see where the problem lies. This situation is wasteful use of resources and harmful to the environment and to wildlife.

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The sharing economy in a Housing crisis’ short term lettings

In the Harrowby & District Residents’ Association (HDRA) part of Marylebone, we have suffered for a long time with the problems associated with short term lettings which include, noise, nuisance, security problems and rubbish to mention a few. However, this problem is spreading throughout the rest of London, creating a shortage of available long term flat and house rentals for people wishing to live and work in London. In some capital cities such as Berlin and New York the problems have became so acute that these cities are banning short term lets. London needs to find a solution which can work for genuine short term lets and avoid the extreme commercialisation of this market.

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Shisha Symposium

Westminster City Council held a “Shisha Symposium” on 22nd February following a consultation the council undertook last year. The symposium was held at the Victory Services Club, an appropriate location as it is just off the Edgware Road, where there are many shisha cafés. The symposium was chaired by local councillor and resident, Cllr. Heather Acton.

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