Jim Glen

Jim Glen has lived in Pimlico for over 20 years, and is married with three children all of whom attended the local Church primary school before going on to secondary education.

Jim is vice chair of Governors of a local primary school, a trustee of the Westminster Alms houses and the Westminster Trees Trust.  On the Council Jim is Deputy Cabinet Member for Sport, Culture and Communities and serves as Westminster’s ‘Cycling Champion’ standing up for all responsible cyclists across the Borough.  He is also sits on the Planning and the Licensing Committees.

Jim was elected to the Council in May 2018.

Telephone: 020 7730 8181

Email: tachbrook@westminsterconservatives.com

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News

Making Lillington and Longmoore Safe

New gate gets planning permission

Extra security measures planned for the estate

We’re making Lillington and Longmoore safe by implementing a range of new security measures around the estate.

Pimlico Tube Noise Update

Track grinding has already begun

TfL agrees slow down night tube trains to 30mph

TfL has started its long overdue maintenance of the Victoria Line to reduce tube noise.

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.

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