Archive for Month: October 2016

  • Ealing Flood History Survey

    Ealing Council is running a consultation on the risk of flooding based on the Borough’s flood history. You can read more information and complete the survey on the Council’s website link: Ealing Flood History Consultation. The consultation runs ’til 30th October 2016. Cllr Joanna Dabrowska asked a written question at Full Council earlier this year worried about the…

  • Proposal to change 112 Bus route

    Transport for London (TfL) is proposing to change route 112 between the A406 Hanger Lane and Ealing Broadway Station (Haven Green) to reduce journey times and improve reliability. The changes would mean that the 112 runs via Madeley Road, which is not currently served by a bus route.  To enable this, they are also proposing…

  • Ealing Conservatives Welcome Government’s 4-Year Budget Settlement

    Ealing Council has agreed to accept the Government’s offer of a 4 year financial settlement following a vote at the 11 October Full Meeting. The 4-year settlement provides the Council a degree of protection from any further reductions in excess of those already announced and a clearer basis for undertaking financial planning. Cllr Greg Stafford,…

  • EALING CONSERVATIVES PLEDGE TO RESTORE WEEKLY STREET CLEANING

    Cllr Greg Stafford, Leader of the Opposition announced at the 11 October Full Council Meeting, that a Conservative Administration would restore the weekly street cleaning service.  This comes after Ealing Labour have moved to a three weekly clean and six weekly deep clean of Ealing’s streets. Cllr Stafford said:  “Towards the end of summer, Labour…

  • A406 Grass Verge Maintenance…FINALLY!

    Just to inform all residents, particularly those living on Gunnersbury Avenue (A406) and in the Rothschild Residential Area*, TfL, who manage the main artery, have finally scheduled the maintenance of the grass verges (and deweeding) along the A406. Due to the health and safety of the contractors carrying out the works some lane closures/restrictions are expected.…

  • ROAD RESURFACING – Warwick Road & Warwick Dene

    As mentioned in our recent ward In Touch leaflet Warwick Road and Warwick Dene have been classified in need of highways maintenance works and resurfacing. The schemes will start with a programme of works to adjust kerbs and gullies in Warwick Road on the 17th October 2016 and expected to take up to 5 weeks.…

  • RESTRICTING TRAVELLERS on EALING COMMON

    This year, as many residents have been aware, we have had several traveller encampments on and around Ealing Common. The longest traveller ‘visit’ was for nearly 6 months costing Ealing Council nearly £33k in legal costs and frequent visits to the courts. This doesn’t even include council officer and police time spent on dealing with…

  • LBE has withdrawn National Grid’s permit for roadworks

    Last week we posted the roadworks that were anticipated to start today. It has come to our notice, following residents’ complaints, that National Grid/Triio had not notified residents of their impending works. We have a response from the highways department: We have investigated and found that National Grid Gas have not followed the correct procedures…