Archive for Month: January 2019

  • Trees Estate Traffic Surveys

    Residents in the Trees Estate (formally known as the Village Park Estate) will recall previous attempts to calm the traffic and reduce, or indeed, eliminate the rat run through and around the Estate. Cllr Joanna Dabrowska has met up with highways officers in recent months to determine the next steps using Local Implementation Plan (LIP) funding…

  • CONSULTATION: 112 bus re-routing along Madeley Road scheme

    Residents and readers alike may recall TfL and Ealing Council’s go-ahead with re-routing the 112 bus route (Ealing Broadway to Brent Cross) despite the majority of responses to their 2016 consultation objecting to the proposals. (Link to earlier article: http://ealingcommon.yourcllr.com/2018/09/28/tfl-to-reroute-112-bus-despite-opposition/) Over the last two months, councillors# from Hanger Hill and Ealing Broadway wards as well as Cllr Joanna…

  • Crossrail Update: Ealing Broadway & West Ealing stations

    Cllr Joanna Dabrowska sent a FOI* enquiry to Crossrail/Network Rail about the progress of Ealing Broadway and West Ealing stations. Here is the response: We have completed on-time all of the railway upgrades required for the new Class 345 Elizabeth line trains to serve the stations in Ealing. Therefore local people are already benefiting from…

  • PRESS RELEASE: Ealing Labour puts own political agenda above residents

    Ealing Labour puts political agenda above community needs for a borough-wide injunction to deal with unauthorised encampments Following a borough-wide campaign in September, the petition for an injunction against unauthorised encampments was debated at last month’s Full Council.   Cllr Joanna Dabrowska, Ealing Common ward councillor, initiated the petition last autumn with over 1,500 residents signing it,…

  • Local Policing: Voice Your Concerns

    Ealing Police want to know what you are most concerned about in policing our ward. This is an opportunity to “Voice Your Concerns” for your Ward on the Metropolitan Police website. Here is the survey link. You have three votes to tell the police what you’re most concerned about in your local neighbourhood. You can select up…

  • Lionel Road South to be closed all 2019

    Residents may remember that Cllr Dabrowska alerted users of Lionel Road South (the road on the other side of the A4) that it will be closed for the majority of 2018 when it would reopen in the new year.  Today, Cllr Dabrowska found out that the new Brentford FC stadium has asked for a further…