Local News

Visit to Crossrail HQ

At £17 billion Crossrail is a costly but necessary cog in the UK’s plan for economic growth for the decades ahead. Rather than continually tinkering at the edges, Crossrail is a visionary project aimed at tackling the Capital’s interconnected transport problems.

Mark opens Paxton & Whitfield

Mark visited artisan cheesemonger, Paxton & Whitfield, this morning to open their new flagship shop Jermyn Street, along with Lord Mayor of Westminster, Cllr Susie Burbridge.

Gaby’s Deli

Gaby's Deli Since 1965, Londoners and visitors alike have savoured the salt beef and fluffy falafel served up by Gaby’s Deli on Charing Cross Road.

A new member of the Field family

Mark and his wife, Vicki, are delighted to announce the birth of their daughter, Arabella Matilda Catherine, on Saturday morning, 18 June at St Mary’s, Paddington. Arabella weighed in at a healthy 6lbs 6oz and the family is thrilled to have a baby sister for Frederick.

Visit to Barclays

With a residential population of just under 70 000 but with a daily workforce close on one million, my constituency mailbag is regularly filled with letters from business folk, often from small or medium-sized companies.

Sir Simon Milton (1961-2011)

It is with great sadness that we learnt of the death of Sir Simon Milton, London’s Deputy Mayor, yesterday evening (11 April).

Last Weekend’s Violent Disturbances in London

As the local constituency MP for central London, I share much of the disgust felt by any right thinking person following the violence and damage to property perpetrated by a small minority of breakaway protestors during the Trade Union Congress (TUC) march on Saturday.

Mark Celebrates National Tree Week

The first batch of trees pledged by the local residential and business community has now been planted in Great Portland Street.

Football Clubs (Governance)

Mr. Mark Field (Cities of London and Westminster) (Con) I congratulate the hon. Member for Liverpool, Walton (Steve Rotheram) on enticing a bigger attendance than even the antics of the Independent Parliamentary Standards Authority. That is greatly to be congratulated.

The sorry state of Parliament Square

With the drawing to a close of the General Election campaign, the nation’s focus returned to Westminster only to find that parliament had some new neighbours.