Category: Rubbish!

  • Ealing Flood History Survey

    Ealing Council is running a consultation on the risk of flooding based on the Borough’s flood history. You can read more information and complete the survey on the Council’s website link: Ealing Flood History Consultation. The consultation runs ’til 30th October 2016. Cllr Joanna Dabrowska asked a written question at Full Council earlier this year worried about the…

  • Ealing Conservatives pledge to restore weekly street cleaning

    Cllr Greg Stafford, Leader of the Opposition announced at the 11 October Full Council Meeting, that a Conservative Administration would restore the weekly street cleaning service.  This comes after Ealing Labour have moved to a three weekly clean and six weekly deep clean of Ealing’s streets. Cllr Stafford said:  “Towards the end of summer, Labour…

  • Rise in Fly Tipping Under Labour is Staggering, but not Surprising, say Conservatives

    Fly tipping is on the up in Ealing – a staggering 144% just the past 3 months alone according to new Council figures. Between September 2015 and August 2016, there were 8,918 reports of fly tipping recorded by Ealing Council. By comparison, the figure was 5,688 for the previous year. This represents a 56% increase…

  • No Change To Bank Holiday Bins

    Just in case anyone was planning to put out their bins a day later next week following the Summer Bank Holiday, well don’t. Nothing is changing. Bins collected same day as usual, even for the Monday folks. For more info, please see Ealing Council’s website.

  • #QueenOfSuburbs is now #DirtyEaling

    Just in case anyone has been away, since 6th June the leafy borough of Ealing has been overwhelmed with plastic monstrosities. We have been inundated with hundreds of emails and calls solely reporting wheelie bins not being delivered, too many wheelie bins delivered (you’d be surprised!), missed collections and record volumes of fly tipping incidents.…

  • Ealing Common Travellers are on the move

    There are signs of movement on Ealing Common. The traveller encampment that settled last Wednesday morning on the Common had eviction court papers served last Friday following Ealing Council rapidly conducting welfare, community impact and social assessments. Many residents had contacted us regarding the fly tipping and the dangerous driving across the common endangering local…

  • Waste & Recycling Wheelie Bin Rota

    For anyone who can’t remember which bin to put out each week as a result of the new fortnightly collections that Ealing Council has imposed on us without consultation, here is the Waste & Recycling Wheelie Bin Rota for the remainder of the year. It contains the rota for all collection days Monday through to Friday…

  • Wheelie Bin Fiasco – Have you received your bins yet?

    You may have noticed big plastic cuboids appearing near you in the last few weeks. Well, the fortnightly wheelie bin regime imposed by the current Labour administration started on Monday, 6th June. Many residents have emailed us to complain that either they haven’t received their bins yet, or those ‘lucky’ enough to have had bins…

  • Wheelie Victory!

    The residents of Kerrison Villas, Kerrison Place and Park Place united, and led by Richard Taylor together with Cllr Roz Reece, drew up a strong case for exemption from using wheelie bins. It was a hard task. The first meeting was inconclusive and not hopeful. After much lobbying, persistence and insistence a second meeting on Friday brought the…

  • Fly tipping in Ealing Common

    In recent years fly tipping has been on the increase in Ealing Common ward and beyond. As your councillors we receive reports from residents on a daily basis in our mailbag. Today, a resident reported illegal fly tipping at Gunnersbury Park which abuts the ward. Those who dumped the items have no disregard for our…