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Information and Advice service on rights to live in the UK for EU nationals residing in Westminster.
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Our policy and campaigns team use clients' experience, stories and evidence to research and campaign for positive change, both locally and across the country!
Wiser Money Project
Would you like to be able to manage your money better? Do you think you might benefit from some information on budgeting, saving money, how to switch your energy supplier or get cheaper tariffs? Contact our Wiser Money Team.
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- Citizens Advice Westminster has appointed Joanna Cain as its new Chief Executive Officer. Joanna has wide experience as a leader in the voluntary sector, most recently as Deputy CEO and Director of Education at the Workers’ Educational Association (WEA) since 2015. She worked closely with community partners and funders, including …
- As a result of Covid-19, some one in seven (14%) of people have fallen behind on essential bills – including energy, water, mobile phone and broadband bills, council tax, rent or mortgage payments – the equivalent of seven million people in the UK, according to research from Citizens Advice. Westminster Citizen’s Advice volunteer adviser …
- Citizens Advice Westminster has been out and about – virtually, of course– in Westminster speaking to residents and stakeholders on key issues such as debt, benefits and housing. Advice Partnership Supervisor Adam Zaki took part in the first ever Westminster City Council’s virtual leaseholder conference on 17 October. The event was opened by …
- The Covid-19 pandemic has led to a huge surge in the number of people unable to pay their housing bills, with rent and mortgage arrears mounting, and many people facing eviction and homelessness once lockdown relief measures come to an end. “ I …