Knightsbridge & Belgravia

About the ward 

Knightsbridge & Belgravia ward is at the western boundary of the Cities of London & Westminster constituency. As well as the ward covering Knightsbridge & Belgravia the majority of Hyde Park is also within the ward.

The ward is currently represented by three Conservative councillors; Tony Devenish, Elizabeth Hitchcock and Rachael Robathan.

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People

Tony Devenish

Tony Devenish represents the Knightsbridge & Belgravia ward on Westminster City Council and West Central on the Greater London Authority which includes Westminster. Tony is a self employed interim director in a number of property outsourcing, construction and utilities companies.

Rachael Robathan

Rachael Robathan was a fund manager in the City for almost 20 years, specialising in emerging markets. She has been actively involved in politics for all her adult life and, among other things, was co-Chairman of Contact, a Conservative political lecture group with over 400 members.

Elizabeth Hitchcock

Elizabeth has lived in London for the past 25 years and in Westminster for the past 11 years. She is the mother of four sons, currently working part-time for a Conservative Cabinet Minister and is a trustee of a Westminster-based youth club.

News

Elizabeth Street proposals

In response to increasing concerns about excessive traffic on Elizabeth Street, your Councillors worked to secure a detailed traffic analysis of the street last autumn. 

In response, the Council is now proposing the following:

Westminster-Wide 20mph speed limit

Conservative run Westminster is making our roads safer and greener by planning to introduce a City-wide 20mph speed limit. ​

This week, the Council launched a consultation on implementing a 20mph speed limit to cover the entirety of Westminster. ​

Council Trials Electric Bin Lorries

In a London-first, Conservative-led Westminster City Council is trialling two electric powered waste collection vehicles over the next two years.

Housing for All

Westminster needs more homes, this is why your Conservative run council has an ambitious plan to build 2000 new homes in our city.

An New, easier to use Website

Since the election residents have been telling us about the frustrations they have with the Council’s website and online services. We agreed with them and dedicated an entire cabinet portfolio to improving our online offer.