Archive for Month: February 2019

  • Government announces plans to tackle illegal traveller sites

    Sajid Javid set out draft measures aimed at making it easier for officers to intervene and remove travellers from land they should not be on. The Home Secretary will also consider making it a criminal offence to set up such camps. It is currently defined in law as trespassing, a civil matter. In addition, the…

  • Ealing Council in legal quandary over Ealing Town Hall

    Residents may have become aware of the planning application that Mastcraft,┬áthe Ealing Council’s approved developer, has submitted. The statutory consultation starts today (5th February) and residents have until 26th February to send in their comments (links at the bottom of this article).   Since the developer’s proposals were exhibited last summer, two community groups had…

  • Traffic Count Survey Results Have Come In

    Residents in Tring Avenue, Wolverton Gardens, Elm Grove Road and Knights Avenue may remember the communique last year that the ward forum agreed to fund Cllr Joanna Dabrowska’s request for traffic surveys following complaints and observations from various residents. The data collation occurred at the end of last year. Now the results are in! Elm…