From 14 – 20 September 2020, Gas Safety Week will run across the United Kingdom. We're taking part and pledging our support to raise awareness of the dangers of poorly maintained gas appliances, causing gas leaks, fires, explosions, and carbon monoxide (CO) poisoning.
Read up on your rights and responsibilities in your new handbook, now online and interactive.
During coronavirus, we’ve been working hard to look out for our residents who may have been struggling, through providing additional support to those in need, not only with financial assistance but also by making referrals to employment services.
We’re all about improving your homes – and recently, we’ve been busy revolutionising our online services too.
Recently Cllr David Harvey, Cabinet Member for Housing Services, was able to undertake his first socially-distanced visit to one of our housing estates.
We are reopening our 12 community halls and spaces for bookings and use, gradually from Monday 10 August after they closed in April due to the pandemic.
One of the biggest challenges that our residents face is noise, particularly during the summer and with some lockdown restrictions lifted.
At Westminster City Council, we have programmes working across departments dedicated to ensuring youth safety and wellbeing in our city.
Recently we have seen an incredible uptake in cycling around Westminster as residents seek alternative modes of transport to help slow the spread of coronavirus.
Recently we have been made aware of several incidents where individuals provided false information and posed as workmen in order to gain access to residents’ homes.