The Exchange Meeting review
Thank you to our members and partners that attended the Exchange meeting on Tuesday 12 February 2019. Below is a review of the key discussion points and actions.
Heart of London Marketing update:
Rachel Peacock, Heart of London, gave an update on the Valentine’s campaign in partnership with The Crown Estate, the upcoming Mother’s Day campaign and encourages members to use our marketing channels via Rachel.Peacock@heartoflondonbid.co.uk, and to follow @stjameslondon.
TAP London Update:
Katie Whitlock, Co-founder of TAP London informed members about the uptake of TAP London, how TAP London started and future plans.
If your business would like to host a TAP London point, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Area performance insights:
Kyle Monk, Head of Insights, talked to members about the new Area Performance Insights, the impacts of events and marches, as well as the top five countries spending in our area.
The latest Area Performance Insights will follow shortly.
Westminster City Council:
Councillor Mark Shearer, outlined negotiations with the Mayors’ office for more Police on the streets, the Soho Angels initiative, and the introduction of ULEZ.
William Kenny, Dedicated Ward Officer, provided an update on beggars in the area, the upcoming change to the structure in the Police and reiterated to members to report ongoing issues to Heart of London.
Click here to report Anti-social Behaviour via the online system.
City Inspector Update:
Francis Keegan, City Inspector Team Leader, outlined the current issues with waste management and noise and licensing issues. For more information contact email@example.com.