Archive for Month: December 2018

  • UPDATE: Latest Unauthorised Encampment on Ealing Common

    Cllr Joanna Dabrowska was first alerted to new visitors setting up camp along the Warwick Road Extension early Sunday (23rd) afternoon. As it was the weekend, the responsible directorate at Ealing Council was informed as well as the local Police team. Due to the council being closed, the local police team attended the same day…

  • Happy Christmas

    Cllr Joanna Dabrowska and Ealing Common Conservatives wish all residents a happy and peaceful Christmas.

  • Speech: Petition Debate

    Last night, Tuesday, 18th December, Full Council debated the petition presented by Councillor Joanna Dabrowska. The petition was for an injunction against unauthorised encampments, you can read the full narrative here. Here is Cllr Dabrowska’s speech: Mr Mayor, I am pleased that my petition has triggered enough signatures for debate tonight.  Over 1,500 residents who live…

  • Council debate: Petition for a borough-wide injunction against unauthorised encampments

    Tonight, Ealing Council will debate the petition that over 1,500 residents have signed to get the local authority to prepare and apply for a borough-wide injunction. UPDATE: Both Labour and Lib Dem councillors voted against the injunction Content of petition: To implement a borough-wide injunction on all public open spaces and other council-owned land to prevent…

  • Q&A – Actioning of parking enforcement issues via Ealing 24/7 app

    Cllr Joanna Dabrowska asked: Why aren’t the enquiries/reports via the parking enforcement option on the Ealing 24/7 app never actioned and are still outstanding months later? Ealing Council’s response: The majority of urgent enforcement request received via the Ealing 24/7 app are responded to within the hour. We would be happy to look into any…

  • Q&A – Dockless bikes

    Cllr Joanna Dabrowska asked: Is there any reason why the council has allowed private bike companies such as Lime Bikes and Mobikes to use our streets free of charge? What is the council specifically doing to ensure that Mobikes and Lime Bikes don’t obstruct pavements for wheelchairs, pushchairs as well as pedestrians, (also, legal shop…

  • Q&A – Complaints to the Council

    Cllr Joanna Dabrowska asked: How many level one, level two, level three complaints against the council and how many referrals to the LGO since 2016 – per directorate? Of the complaints to the LGO, what were the recommendations to the council to action? Have they been actioned? Ealing Council’s response: All recommendations are actioned by…

  • Ealing Common Events: Spring Funfair

    We have been notified of a recent proposal made by the Funfair operator, Bob Wilsons Funfair and proposed dates for their 2019 season. Please see proposed dates: SITE:  Ealing Common BUILD: 25th April 19 OPEN:  3rd May 19 CLOSE: 12th May 19 SITE CLEAR: 15th May 19 OPENING TIMES: Weekdays from 1200 hrs to 2230hrs…

  • Pitzhanger Manor – Community Briefing

    Just outside Ealing Common ward, Pitzhanger Manor and Gallery are holding a community briefing for local groups. Wednesday, 12th December 2018 at 7pm Ealing Green Church, W5 5QT

  • Statement – serious incident involving Amey staff member

    Statement from the Council: “There has been a serious incident which has resulted in the death of one of Amey’s employees.    The council extends its deepest sympathy to his family, friends and colleagues. “Collection crews are being informed and sent home.  Services that are impacted will be resumed Saturday and we ask for patience and…