The St John's Wood Society aims to promote a shared respect for the beauty, history and character of St John's Wood, to conserve the amenities by making appropriate representations to those who influence local development, and to help build and support our community.
Welcome to the St John's Wood Society

We are a statutory body set up by Westminster City Council to review and comment on every planning application in the area.

We get involved with local community issues such as:

·  successfully challenging Transport For London regarding Cycle Superhighway CS11;

·  ensuring our streets are clean and clear of rubbish;

·  influencing environmental issues such as air quality, transportation and trees;

·  supporting local community facilities like the Adventure Playground, SJW Hospice, pubs;

·  holding events for all our members from Easter Egg Hunts to summer drinks parties;

·  promoting local shops and businesses with publicity and our discount scheme;

·  liaising with local residents, businesses, our MP, Ward Councillors, land owners, developers, and

    any other interested parties.

Bringing together the community by listening to YOU!

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You can write to us here:

The St John's Wood Society

PO Box 20586

London 

NW8 0ZU

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Join the Society to support our aims, to share in our amazing local discount scheme or to make a bequest.

 

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We are always looking for people with a local interest who would like to get involved. If you work in the built environment, want to feel part of your local community or enjoy living or working in St John’s Wood, contact us to discuss how you can make a difference.

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