How can Westminster City Council make our streets healthier? Here are four asks which will reduce traffic and transform the borough...
Strand-Aldwych: Great! But what about cycling?
Here's our take on the Strand-Aldwych transformation - we say yes to a beautiful new traffic-free space, but the council needs to think about people on bikes as well
Opening streets for hospitality
Out feedback on Westminster City Council's plans for reopening cafes and restaurants for the summer.
Westminster announces space for walking and cycling
Will Westminster's recently-released plans prevent traffic flooding back, keep the air clean and enable all-age active travel?
Fitzrovia West promotes healthy streets through its Neighbourhood Plan
Westminster Healthy Streets is joining others in voicing a major concern that as lockdown eases, Westminster City Council must act now on Fitzrovia.
Dear Westminster, we need urgent action
Westminster Healthy Streets has joined forces with others to demand urgent changes to our streets as we ease out of lockdown. Read our open letter to the Council.
Back on our feet, back on the streets in Soho
Westminster Healthy Streets is joining others in voicing a major concern that as lockdown eases, Westminster City Council must act now on Soho.
What does the government’s ‘gear change’ mean for healthy streets?
This week the government published ‘Gear Change: A bold vision for cycling and walking’. What does it mean for healthy streets?
Westminster's streets in the Covid-19 crisis
Westminster's streets look very different under the Covid-19 lockdown. What can we learn from this crisis?
Westminster to re-open pedestrianised street to traffic
Should Westminster City Council reopen the west side of Grosvenor Square to motor traffic, turning the square into a roundabout? We don’t think so. Please join us in objecting!
Westminster parents say pollution plans far too weak
Parents in Marylebone have teamed up with new campaign group Westminster Healthy Streets to tell Westminster City Council its air pollution plans aren’t ambitious enough.
Tell Westminster: for cleaner air, we need less traffic
Westminster City Council is currently consulting on its Air Quality Action Plan. We believe the plan falls far short of the action required to make any meaningful difference to local air quality.
Does your child go to school in Westminster? Are you worried about air pollution and road danger on the way to school, or at the school gates? If you are, find out more about our campaign for school streets for children.
How would you change Westminster's streets for COVID-19?
As lockdown eases, how can we keep our roads safe for walking and cycling, and traffic low? Add your ideas to our map and we will pass them on to the council.