Archive for Month: March 2017

  • CENTRAL EALING NEIGHBOURHOOD PLAN – The Latest

    At Tuesday’s Ealing Common ward forum, the secretary of Central Ealing Neighbourhood Forum gave a brief update on the latest with the Neighbourhood Plan. The Central Ealing Neighbourhood Forum, a joint body of local residents and business ratepayers, has been working for the last four years to produce a neighbourhood development plan for the Ealing…

  • EALING ROAD – NOW REOPENED

    We have been informed that the Ealing Road emergency works have been completed, and Ealing Road and A4 lanes have reopened.

  • HELP IMPROVE PATIENT TRANSPORT ACROSS NW LONDON #NHS

  • EALING ROAD CLOSURE – the end is nigh!

    Further to last week’s article, National Grid has informed us that the Ealing Road works are nearly complete. The repairs to the gas main on the A4 are now complete, backfill and reinstatement are underway. It is expected that the site will be cleared and all roads reopened at some point during the weekend.

  • LAST NIGHT’s EALING COMMON WARD FORUM

    Last night in a packed ‘standing room only’ church hall, Cllr Joanna Dabrowska chaired a very lively Ealing Common’s spring ward forum. With over 50 people in the hall, we had speakers from the local Safer Neighbourhood Team, Ealing Council’s Food Hygiene and Safety team, and a last minute agenda addition, Central Ealing Neighbourhood Forum.…

  • HOW CLEAN IS YOUR LOCAL EATERY?

    At tonight’s ward forum a regulatory officer from Ealing Council will be providing a briefing and an update on the food and hygiene ratings in general as well as local eateries. The officer has provided, in advance, both the England and EU legislation regarding food safety and hygiene. Additionally, you can read about the Food Law…

  • GUNNERSBURY PARK UPDATE – another chance

    Following on from January’s update, there will be another chance to get yourself acquainted with the Gunnersbury Park proposals. There will be a public update meeting on the ‘Gunnersbury Park 2026 Masterplan’ as follows: Thursday, 30th March 2017 – 1830-2030 Old Actonians Club (main bar) Gunnersbury Drive, W5 4LL If you are not able to come…

  • EALING ROAD CLOSURE – THE SEQUEL

    Over a week ago this ward website alerted residents to the closure of Ealing Road (between South Ealing Road and the A4). It seems that these roadworks will continue a tad longer. Ealing Council’s Highways department has informed us that National Grid had found and repaired a number of leaks and continuing to work 24…

  • EALING LABOUR COUNCIL SPENT £229k SUBSIDISING UNION PAYMASTERS

    Ealing Council spent £229k on union facility time in 2015-16 as revealed today by the Taxpayers Alliance. At the time of the budget setting in February 2015, the figure for trade union facilities was a closely guarded secret, as Labour was already under fire for sneaking in a pay increase for themselves at the expense…

  • DID YOU GET A PARKING TICKET on LONGFIELD AVENUE YESTERDAY?

    Readers may recall last autumn’s article when Cllr Joanna Dabrowska noticed that the parking suspension signage along Longfield Ave by Perceval House was unenforceable. It’s happened again, same location, same technical reason. The reason is that Ealing Council did not specify which bays are being suspended thus not being unenforceable. So if you received a Penalty…