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Paddington Street Gardens Rubbish and Recycling Bins Problems

A number of readers have commented about the problems of overloaded bins in Paddington Street. One of our readers as sent in some recent pictures of the area. As the pictures show the overloading of the bins and dumping of rubbish is very unsightly. We would appreciate the thoughts on any residents in the area on this problem as to if it is a one off or a persistent problem. Please use the comments facility.

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  • Gloria May says #
    The only thing I can suggest is that pick ups from the site are made more frequently. I don't know how often the items are collec
  • Emily says #
    The recycle bins are not appropriate for this small street sidewalk that connects the high street to Baker Street. These bins are

London Assembly - Annual Report now out

What has the London Assembly done for you lately? The annual report – detailing their work scrutinising the Mayor in 2014-15 – is now out. Read more about their achievements – including influencing the Mayor to introduce flexible ticketing arrangements to help part-time workers, examining the Met's proposals to introduce body cameras and securing the commitment for two major football clubs to pay the London Living Wage. Go to London Assembly Annual Report

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Anti social behaviour in Marylebone

Since the passing of the Anti-Social Behaviour, Crime and Policy Act last November, which among other things replaces ASBOs, it looks as if Westminster Council and the Police will have a few more teeth to deal with the rough sleeping problem which is afflicting parts of Marylebone. Working together Westminster Council and the Police are now able to issue a warning to people who are begging, behaving in an anti social way, loitering, making noise or creating mess on our streets in both English and Romanian.

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  • Gloria May says #
    So sorry, in my email a couple of days ago I mistakenly called Broadstone Place Bulstrode Place - it's the former where drinkers a
  • Gloria May says #
    This is very welcome news, especially as there is currently a gang of about 8 men who use Bulstrode Place (which has a covered car
  • Ms. F. Montau Mansions says #
    The Paddington Street Garden next to the new Chiltern Luxury building is a sad situation. The recycle bins are used by rough slee

Proposed Design Changes to Midori House Development

Following the public exhibition the developers of Midori House on Dorset Street are proposing various design changes, The changes are outlined in the letter and document below. 

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  • Veronica Timperley, 3 Dorset St W1 says #
    As a resident of Marylebone since 2002 I object in the strongest possible terms to the proposals for this site. The developer's p
  • Jean Jefferson says #
    I have lived at raised ground floor level St Andrew's Mansions for 30 years and have enjoyed the courtyard and view from my kitche

Baker Street Underpass - Transformation begins early September

Work to transform the underpass at the junction of Baker Street and Marylebone Road will begin on Monday 7 September causing the underpass to be closed for approximately 12 weeks. The new Wonderpass promises to provide "a pleasant, entertaining and vibrant experience for everyone who uses the facility" and should attract many more pedestrians to cross safely. The design can be seen at

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  • Hugh Small, Green Party says #
    I wish I'd known about this "wonderpass" rebranding when I submitted Living Streets response to the Baker Street Two Way consultat

Marylebone Association: Baker Street Two Way Consultation Response

The Marylebone Association supports the principle of restoring gyratory systems to two-way working. With the current one-way operation Baker Street and, in particular, Gloucester Place contrast dramatically with the overall feel of Marylebone and are characterised by stop/start driving with fast acceleration from one set of traffic lights followed by heavy braking at the next. Junctions on Gloucester Place have long been the subject of complaints over pedestrian safety with a lack of pedestrian signals and motorists jumping lights. The two-way scheme offers the benefits of smoothing traffic flows; alleviating pollution; introducing much better pedestrian crossing provision and making overall improvements to the public realm.

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