Archive for Month: September 2018

  • TfL to reroute 112 bus despite opposition

      Following on from a wide and varied consultation last summer, TfL has decided to go ahead with rerouting bus route 112 via Madeley Road rather than via Uxbridge Road, despite the majority of respondents opposing the idea.    Here is the response from TfL: Dear Sir or Madam   Thank you for your interest and response…

  • Guided Historical Walk of Ealing Common

    Message from the Ealing Common Society: Come join us for a guided walk of  Ealing Common. The walk is taking place on Saturday 22nd September 2018 as part of the Open House London weekend. We will be meeting at 2pm at the small area of exchange common, on the corner of Inglis Road and Hanger Lane. We will…

  • Strikes planned on Piccadilly Line

    Councillors have been informed of planned industrial action on the Piccadilly line from the early afternoon of Wednesday 26 September until the Saturday morning Saturday 29 September. Talks to resolve the strike actions are planned, but if the strike goes ahead then there will be little to no service on the Piccadilly line throughout this…

  • Ealing Common Conservatives website is 3 today!

    Since September 2015, Ealing Common Conservatives have been bringing local news to Ealing Common ward residents. For the past three years, Cllr Joanna Dabrowska has been publishing what’s been happening in the local area. Hopefully, (nearly 300!) articles have been, so far, of interest to the community, from CPZs and road closures, to illegal encampments…

  • Will bins return to Maytrees Gardens?

    Following on from the 16-week trial over the summer where bins were removed from Maytrees Gardens as part of an experiment by Keep Britain Tidy, council officers have shared their brief findings prior to the publication of Keep Britain Tidy’s report on this experiment. The Parks Team at Ealing Council state: “The 16-week trial how now…

  • Mobike to reduce operational area – is this the end for dockless cycles?

    This week Mobike announced they are pulling out of Manchester – https://mobike.com/uk/blog/post/goodbyes-are-never-easy. Will they pull out of Ealing altogether? Message received from Mobike: “I am writing to inform you that the Mobike operational geo-fence in Ealing is going to be reduced in size in the coming week. The reason for this is that in order to operate our…

  • A lonely camper on Ealing Common

    A lonely camper has been spotted on Ealing Common. Cllr Joanna Dabrowska has alerted the authorities and the rough sleeper is now engaging with StreetLink and St Mungo’s where he will receive help.

  • Gunnersbury Park restricts entry to Lovebox/Citadel residents’ feedback meeting

    Cllr Joanna Dabrowska is appalled at the attitude of the Gunnersbury Park CIC and the Park’s event management, Umbrella Events, by restricting the volume of people able to attend. The Ealing Safer Neighbourhood Board (ESNB) and other observers have been refused entry to the residents’ feedback meetings happening this evening. According to the venue management’s…

  • PETITION: Borough-wide injunction against unauthorised encampments

    Cllr Joanna Dabrowska would appreciate if residents could sign her petition which went live today on ealing.cmis.uk.com/ealing/ePetitions.aspx The petition is to get Ealing Council to finally listen to residents and implement a borough-wide injunction against illegal encampments. Many other London councils as well as authorities outside the capital have successfully applied for injunctions with Bromley and…