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The latest edition of the Westminster Reporter is out now

In the first edition of the Westminster Reporter for 2022, we’re making a fresh start for the new year with clean and safe streets, improved leisure centres, new skills and opportunities and the latest health advice.

We look at the ways we’re creating a greener future for all of Westminster with initiatives such as expanding our food waste recycling, creating ‘green corridors’ throughout the West End and listening to your ideas at our Open Forum.

Our frontline heroes also get the spotlight, from the 300-strong street cleaning team collecting litter 24/7, to the caring volunteers giving up their evenings to make sure everyone visiting the West End can #endthenightright.

Plus, the Lord Mayor of Westminster explains why the gold chains and blue robes are far more than just a ceremonial symbol for the people of the city.

The new issue of Reporter is currently making its way to your doorsteps now and can also be read online either via our online reader or as a downloadable PDF (see below).

Read the latest edition of Reporter online

Out with the old, in with the new

With the festive season wrapped up for another year, our recycling and waste services are working around the clock to keep our streets clean and to help you recycle your holiday waste responsibly

The Angels among us

Westminster is famous for its vibrant, buzzing nightlife, but it’s essential that everyone knows they can enjoy responsible nights out on the town while feeling safe and secure. Thanks to our valiant volunteers, we’re all able to end the night right.

Having a wonderful winter

Staying active is a key element in beating winter loneliness, especially for the residents at Beachcroft House, our state-of-the-art, dementia-friendly care home in the heart of Maida Vale.

Download the latest edition of Reporter as a PDF to read offline