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The Council’s comprehensive new Place Shaping and Delivery Plan has now been approved by Westminster Council’s Cabinet, in much the same form as originally presented in the recent consultation. The new Strategy emerged from the wreckage of the Mayors previous

Oxford Street Consultation Response

You can read our Oxford Street Consultation response here.

“A scheme not just for Oxford Street but the whole Oxford Street District.”

Westminster’s Council Cabinet met on the 26th October and gave the go-ahead to the Cabinet Report recommendations- to develop what is termed a, “Place Strategy,” for the whole of the Oxford Street area. This strategy promotes a set of fifteen,

A scheme not just for Oxford Street but the whole Oxford Street District.

Early October has seen a flurry of announcements concerning Oxford Street. Westminster City Council have continued to honour their election pledges and listen to the West End, residents and businesses. The Council Leader has personally confirmed again that they are

Sadiq Khan’s letter to Cllr Nickie Aiken

Sadiq Khan’s letter to Cllr Nickie Aiken Click here Cllr Nickie Aiken letter Jul 18 Our views on this will follow shortly…

“Westminster City Council has taken the pedestrianisation of Oxford Street off the table for good and we have informed the Mayor and TfL of our decision”

The Future of Oxford Street I am writing to update you about our plans to improve Oxford Street and the surrounding district. As you know, two consultations have taken place in the past twelve months and after listening carefully to

Promises must be honoured on Oxford Street, pedestrianisation is not on!

Promises must be honoured on Oxford Street, pedestrianisation is not on!

Will London’s Oxford Street ever be pedestrianised?

Tom Edwards BBC Transport correspondent, London It’s one of the mayor’s election pledges to pedestrianise London’s Oxford Street. It is not a pleasant shopping environment. It’s full of buses and taxis and as a result of the high buildings, pollution doesn’t

Oxford Street pedestrianisation was never the answer

WESTMINSTER Council has shown common sense at last in rejecting the Mayor of London’s and Transport for London’s extreme plan to pedestrianise Oxford Street and disenfranchise residents and regular commuters. This was both a vanity exercise by the Mayor as

Council leader Nickie Aiken says talks about controversial scheme are still on

Oxford Street campaigners urge council: ‘Don’t forget promises’ WestEnd Extra – 11 May,  2018 — By Tom Foot CANDIDATES for the Campaign Against Pedestrianisation of Oxford Street single-issue party said this week that the electorate had sent a message to Westminster Council