Useful contacts

Contacting us

You can contact the NHENF by email at info@nottinghilleast.org.uk.

Really Useful List

DESIGN AND DECORATION

Experienced decorator and paper hanger, with degree in interior design. Excellent results.
Rupert Rutherford – 07982 849706 or 0208 743 1844

FURNITURE RESTORATION/CONSERVATION

Antique furniture restoration and conservation
Piers Keating Restoration – 01963 440705 or 07476 755806

BUILDERS

All-purpose builder
Peter Cyparski – 07738 830970, pcyparski33@gmail.com

PLUMBERS

  • Alpine Plumbers LTC, Felix Marco 07957 294830, Gas Safe
  • Elgan Davies 07870 161434

HAIR CARE

At-Home Hair Cut, Colour and/or Style
Memet Senol, 07957 140067

GARDENS

Hew Stevenson, Shoots and Leaves 0208 563 7733 (also Christmas trees)
www.shootsandleaves.co.uk

MASSAGE

Thai Massage. Firm professional approach and wonderful benefits
Om, 14 Chepstow Road

If anyone wishes to recommend a good service provider, please email us at: nottinghilleastnf@gmail.com

Contacting the council

If you need to contact the council about anything, you will usually have to contact  the relevant department electronically in the first instance. The following list has been prepared with the help of Westminster planning department. If you do use any of these services we would be very happy to hear how you got on.

You might also wish to copy your emails to you local councillor if you feel the matter is very important or you feel the matter is not being dealt with appropriately. If you are in the Bayswater ward, your councillors are –

Maggie Carman (Labour)  mcarman@westminster.gov.uk
Richard Elcho (Conservative)   elcho@westminster.gov.uk
Emily Payne (Conservative)  epayne@westminster.gov.uk

Notifying the chairman of the Labour group has also been effective in the past.

Councillors in the Westbourne ward (all Labour) are –

David Boothroyd  dboothroyd@westminster.gov.uk

Adam Hug  ahug@westminster.gov.uk

Papya Qureshi  pqureshi1@westminster.gov.uk

 

Highway obstruction and misuse

  1. Developers blocking pavements without making provision for pedestrians
  2. Builders working on the pavements
  3. Blocking roads without putting proper warnings to street users
  4. Concern that extension of work area to include parts of pavements is illegal
  5. Placing signs and other objects on the pavement

https://www.westminster.gov.uk/report-it-signs-and-bollards

Details may be inserted in the option – ‘obstructions caused by builders’ work.’

Planning contraventions

  1. Working and making a noise outside permitted hours on pavements or otherwise
  2. Developers doing things not according to the permission received
  3. Illegal removal of trees
  4. Developers’ illegal display of their own advertisements

(Only professionals such as architects and engineers may display their credentials. The suppliers of electronic protection may display a telephone number. Otherwise, just as estate agents’ signs are prohibited, so are builders’ signs.)

https://www.westminster.gov.uk/report-it-planning

Parking obstructions

  • Developers using more parking space than they have paid for
  • Blocking residents cars by developers’ vehicles

https://www.westminster.gov.uk/contact-parking-services


Noise complaints

The City Council operates a 24 hour, 365 day per year Noise Team to deal with these and they can be contacted on 020 7641 2000. Alternatively complaints can be made electronically via the Council’s website via the following link:

https://www.westminster.gov.uk/report-it-noise

Cycling on the pavement

Should be reported to the cycling team using the webform:

http://transact.westminster.gov.uk/forms/emailform.cfm?AliasID=428&comments

Dog fouling

This can also be reported via 020 7641 2000 or electronically via the following link:

https://www.westminster.gov.uk/dog-fouling

Reporting dangerous trees

The following link provides details on whom to contact dependent on the location of the tree (i.e., privately owned trees, trees planted on the pavement, trees in parks etc) –

https://www.westminster.gov.uk/trees-and-high-hedges