Category: Planning

  • Bollo Lane Redevelopment

    Transport for London (TfL) are consulting to find out residents’ views on their proposals along the west side of Bollo Lane, south of Acton Town station. The consultation is not very good as it doesn’t really ask you what you think of the outline proposals. Link to more information and to the consultation: www.tfl.gov.uk/bollo-lane Consultation…

  • WAKE UP EALING

    Wake-Up Ealing is a small group of Ealing residents that feel very angry about Heathrow Airport’s proposed airspace changes that will happen prior to the construction of the third runway. These changes will bring in 25,000 additional flights to the airport, and will bring low flying landing aircraft directly over Ealing Common ward for the…

  • Q&A – list of housing associations building in the borough of Ealing

    Cllr Joanna Dabrowska asked: Since 2010, please provide a list of housing associations that have built or applied for planning permission in the borough? For each HA, please list number of units approved or applied for. (Plus name of developments) Ealing Council’s response: Details are provided in the attached spreadsheet.

  • Perceval House – redevelopment proposal

    Residents might be interested in the redevelopment proposal of Perceval House (the Council’s administrative building). Please click on this link to see the proposal in more detail. Development website: www.percevalhouseredevelopment.com

  • Q&A – update on the implementation of CIL

    Cllr Joanna Dabrowska asked: Please may I have an update of LBE’s implementation of CIL? Ealing Council’s response: Ealing (excluding the OPDC area) did seek to prepare a CIL charging schedule and a generic Regulation 123 list. This followed the statutory process required by the CIL setting procedures, including two rounds of public and stakeholder…

  • Q&A – cost of planning notifications since June 2015

    Cllr Joanna Dabrowska asked: How much has LBE spent, per year, on lamppost notifications of planning applications since June 2015? Ealing Council’s response: The cost per annum for the site notice process has been approximately £35,000 since July 2015, per year based on staff (contractor) costs to erect the notices, and the costs of the…

  • Taking Residents’ Concerns About Illegal Encampments To Government

    Cllr Joanna Dabrowska and Barry Hartness took residents’ concerns about illegal encampments on Ealing Common to Rt Hon. Sajid Javid MP, Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government. In addition, proposals were presented including changes to planning and highway laws, and the Criminal Justice and Public Order Act to limit such encampments nationwide and…

  • Update on large ward planning applications

    Just to update ward residents on four large planning applications that are currently pending determination. Land R/O Red Lion Pub & 19 St Mary’s Road, Ealing, W5 5RA – Construction of two pairs of semi-detached residential houses (a total of four) comprising ground and basement levels with private and communal amenity space at basement and ground level, landscaping,…

  • EALING REFERENDUM – 12 OCTOBER 2017

    RECEIVED FROM CENTRAL EALING NEIGHBOURHOOD FORUM: Some 17,500 voters will have the chance for a say on a new plan for central Ealing, in a referendum on the Neighbourhood Plan to be held on Thursday 12 October. Ealing Council has accepted the plan submitted by the Central Ealing Neighbourhood Forum (CENF), and it will now be put…

  • Popesfield opens its doors

    The story began in 2008 when Cllr Joanna Dabrowska and the then local ward police sergeant, Sgt Rich Lang, came across this land during a late night walkabout as part of an visual audit of the ward. This prompted Ealing Council to start the process of breaking the lease and revive the unused Popesfield playing field. Nine years…