ESRA (“Eccleston Square Residents Association”) and Eccleston Square Garden Limited (the “Company”), are separate entities with different aims and objectives, although they work together on issues of mutual interest. 

The Company is responsible for the management and maintenance of the garden. ESRA is responsible for keeping residents aware of what is going on in the local community.

ESRA’s aim is twofold:

  • To keep residents aware of what is going on in the local community which might affect them.  Recent issues include:  Victoria Street development; Tachbrook Street market; bicycle hire schemes; parking in Pimlico; traffic; crime in the area; and major planning developments such as Chelsea barracks and Battersea Power Station.
  • To encourage communication among residents by meeting up a couple of times a year, principally at the ESRA summer BBQ held in the garden and also at the winter AGM.

ESRA works closely with the Warwick Ward SMT (safer neighbourhood team), and other local groups such as FREDA and The Westminster Society to address local problems which are of particular concern to the Square or to the wider neighbourhood.

The main forums for communication are through the ESRA AGM, which is usually held over the winter period (November – February), through the ESRA newsletter that comes out once a year (sometime between April and July) and via notices on the garden gates.

All residents of the Square may join ESRA, as well as those living in the vicinity, and all are encouraged to do so. Members of ESRA receive an annual newsletter and can participate in any meetings or social activities.  Annual subscription to ESRA is £15.

To join ESRA or for further information contact Nicky Foy

Mobile:  07798774197

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