The Youth Council gives you the chance to have your say on local issues affecting you and your friends, allows you to meet decision-makers and help young people get their voices heard.
Are you aged 11 to 18?
Want to have your say about things that matter to you?
Got ideas to improve Westminster’s services for your needs?
Join the Youth Council to:
The council meets every Monday at City Hall from 5.30pm to 7.30 pm. To come along, contact John Nolan on email@example.com or 020 7641 4030.
We are Westminster's Youth Council - a group of young people aged 11 to 19 who live in, go to school in, or are looked after by The City of Westminster.
We are the voice for young people in the borough, gathering your views and presenting them to decision-makers.
We regularly meet with decision-makers to give our opinions on policies, activities and services delivered in Westminster; we are also involved in recruiting staff for many of Westminster’s services.
The Youth Council is open to all young people so join now to start making a difference!
To join or for more information, contact John Nolan on firstname.lastname@example.org or 020 7641 4030.
There are around 12,000 young people aged 11 to 18 in Westminster and every year you vote for your Youth MP and Deputy Youth MP.
In March 2016, over 6,000 young people voted in the youth elections. Hamza Taouzzale secured 2,702 votes to become Westminster’s Youth MP. Nishat Uddin became your Deputy Youth MP, closely followed by Jasmin Khatun and Salma Sajil.
Email Hamza on email@example.com.
To consult and work with the Youth Council, please download and complete this application form. The form encourages you to think through the practicalities of the consultation and give us a clear idea of your intentions.