Are you looking for a job opportunity or apprenticeship in the building or maintenance industry? In partnership with Morgan Sindall, our repairs contractor, we are offering a free three-week course to help Westminster residents aged 19 to 24 get into work.
From 26 October 2020, you can request an appointment for any type of repair in your home or communal areas as we begin to bring our repairs service back to normal.
Reducing our climate footprint and helping our residents to save money on their energy bills is a key focus for us.
Working in partnership with Department of Health and Social Care, the council has secured additional walk-through coronavirus testing centres for residents in Westminster.
In November 2019, we began our food waste recycling trial with homes on Churchill Gardens estate. Since then, residents have collected over 230 tonnes of food waste for processing into soil conditioner for farmers and electricity.
10,000 fire doors will be installed across the Westminster as part of a new council safety campaign.
The NHS Test and Trace service will help to control the rate of COVID-19 reproduction (R), reduce the spread of infection and save lives.
Entirely free and online, we held our first leasehold conference on Saturday, 17 October 2020.
We are celebrating our long-serving, low-carbon, local heat supply - as we switch on heating for residents, in lead up to colder months, from 23 September 2020.
Distance is the new normal, and we understand this is more difficult to follow for residents sharing one lift with hundreds of others.