Local News

Never Such Innocence & Marylebone Boys School Launch

Today Mark officially opened the brand new Marylebone Boys School and helped launch the poetry and art competition of Never Such Innocence, a charity dedicated to educating young people about the First World War.

Mark turns postie for day in Westminster

Mark experienced what is involved in delivering the post when he joined local postman Gary Watson on his delivery round in Westminster this morning.

United community campaign saves Lupus Street Post Office!

Great news for residents of South Pimlico! The Post Office have overturned their decision to close the Crown Post Office on Lupus Street following a strong community campaign led by Mark alongside Westminster City Council and local activists.

Short Lets

New measures are to be introduced in the Deregulation Bill to end rules from the 1970s preventing London residents from renting out their own homes on a short-term basis to visitors.

Finance Bill

Mark Field (Cities of London and Westminster, Conservative)

Pedicab Update

I have enormous sympathy with residents in the West End and beyond who detest the noise and disruption caused by unlicensed pedicabs.

City & Westminster volunteers – Contact the Elderly needs YOU!

Over forty years ago, Mark’s constituent and local Marylebone resident, Trevor Lyttleton, set up Contact the Elderly after noticing that many of his older neighbours very rarely received visitors, leading to isolation and loneliness.

Mark to Present Post Office Petition in Parliament

On Wednesday afternoon, Mark is to present a petition in parliament to object to the proposed closure of the Lupus Street Post Office.

The petition has been signed by over seven-hundred Pimlico residents concerned about the loss of this precious local amenity.