About Us

Bayswater Residents Association is a volunteer organisation.

Since its foundation in the mid 70's we have worked on behalf of our members to maintain and improve the neighbourhood. We work with the various departments of Westminster City Council with whom we have developed good professional relationships.

These are the major areas of concern to Bayswater Residents Association and in which over the years we have achieved positive results for residents:-

  • Planning, Development, Building and Construction
  • Traffic, Parking and Travel
  • Licensing - Pubs and Clubs
  • Security - Policing and Crime
  • Roads and Lighting
  • Noise and Pollution
  • Street Cleaning
  • Refuse and Recyling

This is why we need concerned residents to help protect and enhance the environment that we live or work in.

Help us keep up the good work for your community. If you wish to become further involved please contact us.

Bayswater Residents’ Association Area


Residents are welcome to join the association and there is a modest annual subscription.

Members are sent two newsletters each year and are invited to an annual summer garden party and an AGM. These are attended by our MP, local councillors, neighbourhood police as well as those who deliver your public services. This is an opportunity to be heard and exchange views.

Please follow this link to a membership application and renewal form which can be downloaded, completed and sent to the treasurer.

The Bayswater Area

Bayswater is an historic area of central London which has over the years developed into one of its most diverse localities. Its abundant attractions include a wide-range of shops, a variety of restaurants, pubs, five star and no star hotels, plus good travel connections.

As a result Bayswater now has a lively ethnic mix. All this adjacent to two of London's most beautiful parks,­ Kensington Gardens and Hyde Park.

No wonder that people also like to live and work here!

BRA Membership Area

The Bayswater Residents’ Association covers the area between Westbourne Grove (including Newton Road) and Bayswater Road and between Queensway (west side) and Chepstow Place/Ossington Street.

For Further Information


Sophia Massey-Cook



Sam Ross

Membership and Community Liaison:

Scott Ardizzone

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