Warwick

About our area 

Warwick ward principally covers the area to the south of Victoria station. The ward stretches from Victoria Street (North) to Ebury Street (West) to Charlwood Street (South-East) and Sutherland Street (South). 

The ward is currently represented by three Conservative councillors; Nickie Aiken, Christabel Flight and Jacqui Wilkinson. 

To find out more about your local councillors, please click below.

People

Nickie Aiken

Nickie Aiken has lived in the Warwick ward for over 20 years, and is married with two children both of whom attended the local church primary school before going onto secondary education. 

Christabel Flight

Christabel Flight was elected to represent Warwick Ward in May 2006. She has held the following roles: acting as Westminster's Older Peoples Champion, editor of Westminster Plus for Westminster's 25,000 freedom pass holders.

Jacqui Wilkinson

Jacqui has lived in Pimlico for over 20 years and was elected as a Councillor for Warwick Ward in 2015. She is currently Deputy Cabinet Member for Economic Development, Education and Skills as well as Westminster's Animal Welfare Champion.

News

On your bike!

We want to make Westminster one of the most cycle friendly parts of the capital. Not only is it good for your heath, getting pollutant traffic off our streets is one of the main ways we’re going to improve air quality.

Dockless bikes across Westminster

Dockless bikes such as Lime Bike, Mobike and oBike, not to be confused with the ‘Boris Bikes’ can often be seen left on our streets. Although Westminster promotes active and sustainable journeys and encourages people to walk and cycle, it has not given these multiple dockless cycle hire operators

Update on Glastonbury House

A huge amount of work is being done in Glastonbury House, the tall building at the top of Warwick Way which provides sheltered housing for our older residents. The work in this Council-run block includes installation of a sprinkler system, replacement of external cladding, creation of an indoor s

Reporting suspicious behaviour to the police

We are often asked by residents about the best way to report suspicious behaviour to the Police. We have consulted them and been told that if a crime is in the process of taking place then you should ring ‘999’. If the offence has happened, then you should ring ‘101’. 

Black Bins - We Asked, You answered

In our recent e-newsletter, we asked for your views on whether you would like the Council to remove the black bins for waste and recycling in Pimlico and concentrate instead on the twice weekly on-street refuse collections only.

Electric vehicles and car sharing

Given the increased media attention to environmental issues, we are frequently asked about what WCC is doing to help. We have a range of initiatives including providing more electric vehicle charging points than any other London borough.

Striving to improve Pimlico's air quality

We share residents’ concerns about the poor air quality in Pimlico. We are delighted that the Council’s #DontBeIdle campaign to persuade more drivers to turn off their engines while parked at the kerb is going from strength to strength.

Watching over Westminster

The following article originally appeared in the Summer 2019 edition of Victoria magazine.