Archive for Month: January 2017


    On Friday 27th January, Cllr Roz Reece attended the annual Holocaust Memorial Day Service,  held at the Town Hall. Mr Michael Brown gave a moving remembrance of his experience on the Kinder transport and the disappearance of his parents. Other speakers, and pupils from St Benedict’s school took part in the service.


    Last night, Cllr Dabrowska attended the public meeting where the Gunnersbury Park project team presented an update on the Park’s Regeneration Masterplan to local Ealing and Hounslow residents If you wish to see the presentation, you can download it here. There will be a repeat meeting in late March. Date TBC.


    On the night of 15th January an incident occurred at Gunnersbury Park causing damage. It has been reported by Ealing Today and you can find more information in their online article. Don’t forget the Gunnersbury Park MasterPlan Update public meeting next week. More info here.

  • ST PAUL’S CLOSE – recycling problem solved

    On a wintry and freezing morning of the 5th January 2017 your local ward councillors carried out an estate inspection together with a tenancy officer and an estate repairs officer from Ealing Council. The inspection encompassed the public realm including the communal blocks and the public highway for which the council has responsibility. A maintenance list…

  • PARK PARADE – Consultation

    Following on from an earlier post last November the consultation for the improvements involving Park Parade is now underway ending 3rd February 2017. If you have any comments to raise please contact and please copy us in so we are aware ( & Click here to see the Park Parade Street Notice.

  • Ealing revealed as 2nd worst Council for Food Hygiene Ratings

    A new study by the Food Standards Agency have named Ealing as the borough with the second worst food hygiene ratings at restaurants and cafes in the UK. The Food Standards Agency website holds the data from inspections carried out by each local authority under the Food Hygiene Ratings Scheme.  Every business that serves food…

  • Weather Forecast in Ealing

    Ealing Council has alerted us that they will be gritting the borough’s main/primary roads tonight from 2100.  According to the Executive Director for Environment & Customer Services, Keith Townsend, has informed us that footpaths will be selectively gritted depending on conditions and need. If anyone sees any main roads that haven’t been gritted or high…

  • South Ealing CPZ Consultation

    Village Park Estate, aka the Trees Estate, which covers a wide area south of the Piccadilly line tube tracks and north of Popes Lane is due to have a Controlled Parking Zone (CPZ) consultation due to the parking pressure in the area. Originally, the consultation should have gone out in the autumn of 2016, but…

  • Gunnersbury Park Masterplan Update

    There will be a public update meeting on the ‘Gunnersbury Park 2026 Masterplan’ as follows: Tuesday, 24th January 2017 1830-2030 Old Actonians Club (main bar) Gunnersbury Drive, W5 4LL How to get there: The closest tube is Acton Town (Piccadilly and District lines). Turn left out of the tube station and walk 400 metres towards…