As you know, at the end of March we put non-urgent repairs and onsite major works on hold because of COVID-19 and government restrictions. Now that those restrictions are easing, we’re able to restart major works and some repairs from 1 July.
As the way we work and socialise changes, it is more important than ever for you as Westminster tenants and leaseholders to have access to high-speed internet within your homes to ensure that you are better connected than ever before.
Now that we’re heading into summer and the weather is heating up, please continue to remember to dispose of your rubbish correctly.
Parking enforcement throughout the borough has resumed, and this includes on housing estates where it is safe to do so.
Lots of people have tasks that need doing around the home, especially if they have recently moved in or have new redecorating plans, with extra time on their hands to do it. More than ever, everyone should be able to enjoy living in their home, so we ask that neighbours are extra considerate of those around them.
We are gradually restarting some of our services as a result of Covid-19 to help slow the spread of the virus and keep everyone safe while working with new government guidance.
Working with residents, community volunteers and partners, we planted almost 37,500 bulbs last autumn across our estates.
We are thanking our cleaners for the vital work they are doing to help keep our tenants and leaseholders safe.
Westminster Connects volunteers have been delivering meals cooked by kitchen staff at The Berkeley Hotel to Westminster residents.
We understand the advice to stay at home may cause anxiety if someone at home is harming you or making you feel afraid in any way. Support is available for you.