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Marylebone Association Police Liaison Report February 2017

The main areas of concern among residents remain unchanged month to month with minor seasonal variations. These are: rough sleeping and begging, anti social behaviour, personal & other theft and motor vehicle theft.

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The Future of Oxford Street - Your Views Please

The Future of Oxford Street - Your Views Please

Monthly meetings are being held on the future of traffic on Oxford Street involving Transport for London, Council officials and representatives of residents groups in the West End Community Network, including the Marylebone Association. Data is being gathered on traffic flows and modelling is under way to examine the possible effects of changes to Oxford Street on the wider area. An initial public consultation is planned for April, followed by another later in the year. There is widespread concern amongst residents and businesses that any form of pedestrianisation will cause increased congestion and further damage to air quality in the residential streets of the West End. Please let us know your views to feed into these early discussions. Use the comment facility below this article to send us your views

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Marylebone 20 mph Speed Limits - Coming Soon!

Marylebone 20 mph Speed Limits - Coming Soon!
 
A 20-mile per hour speed limit looks set to be introduced to our streets around schools in Westminster shortly. We understand that it is likely to be trailed on our roads between Gloucester Place and the Edgware Road. There is growing interest and use of 20mph (30km/h) speed limits across the UK and in London in particular. In London 25% of all roads are now subject to a 20mph speed limit and within the Central London Congestion Charging Zone (i.e. Inner Ring Road) 50% of all roads are subject to a 20mph limit. Westminster is one of only two central London Boroughs that do not have most roads subject to 20mph limits. 20mph areas/streets can have a positive impact on all road users but particularly the more vulnerable such as children, the elderly, and cyclists. 
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Wednesday, 01 February 2017 16:22
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Beehive Pub in Marylebone Re-opens

Beehive Pub in Marylebone Re-opens

The Victorian “Beehive” pub on Crawford Street which was badly damaged in a July 2015 flat fire has re-opened.  Cuisine Collect, which runs the pub had previously spent a year and a half refurbishing the Grade II Listed pub in 2009. Built in 1884, the pub has now been painstakingly repaired again by builders as part of its protected English Heritage status. It is now open for business, for tables call 020 7486 8037. website: thebeehive-pub.co.uk/

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