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Paul Dimoldenberg
Westminster City Councillor for Queen's Park Ward, Labour Environment & City Management spokesperson; cog in the Westminster North machine; Chair, Quatro PR
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The latest West End Ward Labour Action Report is out taking up local issues, speaking out for residents in Soho, Fitzrovia and Mayfair all year round
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Westminster Labour makes the case for a Tourist Tax to improve local services for visitors, residents and business
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Andrew Murray 9h
How much credit should get for the recent announcement that will come back under direct council control? Some thoughts here
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Andrew Murray Sep 24
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Paul Dimoldenberg Sep 24
Replying to @vivienlash
I have been hacked so I have changed my password and hope it will stop
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CMS UK Sep 24
We have launched our Corporate North report. It captures the views of business located in the North and takes soundings on what the key ingredients to unlocking the full potential of the region is. Download your copy here:
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martinangus Sep 23
This will definitely the best bit of listening to the grimethorpe colliery band. Absolutely wonderful
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PatrickLilley Sep 20
Immensely proud of and our Labour team who can win the argument about social housing while the Tories are dragged kicking and screaming towards common sense. Now we need to elect a government that will end the socalled "Right to buy". Councils need to buy back!
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Andrea Mann Sep 20
Westminster Council to scrap CityWest Homes and bring housing management back under direct council control. This is good news, and a victory for residents and everyone who has pushed for this to happen. 👏
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Andrew Murray Sep 20
Wow! Stunning win for campaign for residents who have been overlooked for years. Big question remains - does have will and ability to deliver a good service? Let's hope so - but local govt cuts have reduced quality of other services cf policing.
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Talia Shadwell Sep 20
BREAKING: Following complaints over repair backlogs stretching into the thousands, CityWest - the arms length management org for nearly 20,000 Westminster homes - is to be brought back in-house under council control at
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Simon Collingwood Sep 20
A great piece of coverage for our client . This is a great showcase of design capabilities across the city region. With this award, the public have their choice!
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Karen Buck Sep 20
Westminster Council to bring City West Homes back in house. This is quite a story. Test will be whether they can turn round serious problems with repairs and leasehold management.
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Adam Hug Sep 20
Labour welcomes Westminster Council’s decision to close CityWest Homes and bring housing management back in house. (An important step forward on the long road to improving services for the council's tenants and leaseholders)
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Paul Dimoldenberg Sep 19
What Happened When Amelia Dimoldenberg Became Miss Vogue's LFW Party Reporter
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Paul Dimoldenberg Sep 19
West End Labour calls for action to safeguard future of Soho Square GP service
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Paul Dimoldenberg Sep 18
Waiting to hear BBC Symphony Orchestra at Maida Vale Studios. Hoping it won’t be the last time
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Paul Dimoldenberg Sep 18
Thames Water and TfL join the objectors to Dolphin Square development plans
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Murad Qureshi Sep 17
Pedicab locked up on pavement & Street along Bell St, NW1 - just not on! Can it be moved ASAP
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Geoff Barraclough Sep 17
Victory for campaigners as the Emmeline Pankhurst statue will stay in Victoria Tower Gardens. 800 objections received by Westminster Council.
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