Archive for Month: May 2017

  • VOTE JOY MORRISSEY FOR EALING CENTRAL & ACTON

  • MANCHESTER ARENA ATTACKS

    Source: Prime Minister, The Rt Hon. Theresa May

  • PLANNING APPLICATION – WARWICK ROAD

    We have been alerted to a planning application for the site at 92-100 Warwick Road, W5 5PT. The proposal is as follows: Demolition of existing buildings and redevelopment to provide a mixed-use development extending to 5 storeys in part, comprising of 20 residential units  and 5 mews houses (Class C3); 95 sqm of commercial floorspace…

  • LATEST ENCAMPMENT on EALING COMMON

    Just earlier this evening, just after 7pm, Cllr Joanna Dabrowska was alerted by local residents to new arrivals on Ealing Common. The police, council officers and ParkGuard (Council’s park security contractor) have been immediately notified. Police are on site now. Updates will be provided on this website. If you see anti-social behaviour please ring the…

  • TERRAPINS at Barons Pond! Whatever next?

      A local eco-minded resident spotted terrapins at Barons Pond this week. Whilst it’s always nice to welcome new species in our nature reserves and parks some are completely random. We believe these terrapins have been dumped and it’s a growing problem. Cllr Joanna Dabrowska has enquired with the green-fingered council department who has said…

  • TRAVELLERS – DÉJÀ VU

    As many residents have noticed and reported to us that a new set of travellers on the common arrived late last night. Without reiterating the legal process here, council and police officers have been on site and are following due process to get these travellers evicted asap. If you see anti-social behaviour please ring the…

  • NEW BROMPTON BIKE HIRE UNIT by ACTON TOWN Station

      A few days ago Ealing Council in conjunction with Brompton Bikes installed a Folding Bike Hire Unit by Acton Town Underground station. More information can be found on bromptonbikehire.com Photos: www.bromptonbikehire.com

  • THE TRAVELLERS HAVE DEPARTED!

    As many readers will have been following the traveller encampment saga on this ward website, the planned eviction for yesterday morning finally happened without too much disturbance to local residents and the travellers had departed by mid-afternoon. The clean up begins! Enquiries have gone in to repair the broken bench and to check whether the…

  • Ealing Common Fountain

      Work has begun to open the water supply to the Uxbridge Road fountain. New valves and taps are to be fitted and work will continue when the parts are ready. The photo shows the pressure control valves which mean the pressure from each of the three faucets remains the same however many are in…

  • EALING CIVIC SOCIETY Lecture – Transforming Pitzhanger Manor