As Ward of Cheap Team we are asking residents and City workers what the priorities should be for the City of London in responding to Covid19. We would like to hear what matters most to you – click here to complete the survey.Continue reading “Have your say”
Today a new COVID19 test centre has opened in the Ward of Cheap in Guildhall Yard, just off Gresham Street. The test centre will be open from 8am and 8pm, 7 days a week, for both residents and City workers.Continue reading “COVID19 test centre opens in Ward of Cheap”
The Court of Common Council has approved an ambitious plan to eliminate the City’s carbon dioxide emissions by 2040, investing 68 million pounds to tackle climate change and create 800 jobs over the next six years.Continue reading “Climate Action”
Faith in the City of London, which showcases the work of photographer Niki Gorick, will be presented in Paternoster Square from 3 October to 28 October, before transferring to Aldgate Square for its 29 October to 26 November run.Continue reading “Photo exhibition “Faith in the City””
The Ward of Cheap newsletter is out! In this Autumn edition you can find a message from your local Alderman and Common Councillors, an update on major projects in the City, information on how you can register to vote and how you can share your views with the Corporation’s Tackling Racism Taskforce. Click here for more.
As the City re-emerges from lockdown, as elected representatives for the Ward of Cheap we have been speaking to City workers, residents and businesses around Cheapside.Continue reading “Shaping our City”
It has been more than four months since we left the City – some to work from home and some on furlough – and while it is likely to be some time before some semblance of normality resumes, there are things we are doing, can do and can make plans for, in order to support businesses and the community in the City of London, both now and moving forward.
Please follow this link to the latest update from our Ward’s Alderman, Robert Hughes-Penney.
As the City is cautiously re-emerging from lockdown we wanted to touch base with you to update you on our work as elected representatives during the last few weeks, and to see if there is anything we can do to help you.
In this newsletter you can find updates on:
- Black Lives Matter
- Support for small businesses
This is an update on the City of London’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic from your local Ward of Cheap team: Alderman Robert Hughes-Penney, Common Councillors Alastair Moss, Nick Bensted-Smith and Tijs Broeke.Continue reading “Ward of Cheap news: Responding to CV19, supporting communities and businesses & more”
The first ever Freedom of the City of London ceremony to be conducted ‘virtually’ will take place on Tuesday (12 May) at 10.30am for Captain Tom Moore, the 100-year-old Second World War veteran who raised nearly £33 million for the NHS.Continue reading “City of London honours Captain Moore”