Recent News

  • 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…

  • Road closure for pedestrians at Gunnersbury Park

    Gunnersbury Park CIC are intending to close the pedestrian route along the road from Popes Lane to the Park’s car park (as per the map below) between Wednesday, 6th November til Tuesday, 31st December 2019 but only Monday-Friday. Motor vehicles will still be allowed. Limited car parking will be available during this time. This is…

  • Licensing, Gambling and Sex Establishment Policy Consultation

    The council is consulting on three of its updated licensing and regulatory policies: the gambling policy, the licensing policy, and the sex establishments policy. For more information and a link to the consultation, please click here. This consultation will be open until 10 December 2019. If you have any questions or need any help with…

  • We’ve lost three trees on the Common

    Unfortunately, this morning we lost three trees on the Common. A tree along the Warwick Road Extension was felled that had previously lost a large stem during the summer. Our ward trees officer stated that it had bleeding canker and a very decayed main stem that has opened it up to other decay fungi. Additionally,…

  • South Ealing Road Post Office

    The Post Office has informed local councillors about changes at the local post office at 145-147 South Ealing Road which temporarily closed on 23rd September 2019 will reopen on 12th November. Readers have to admit, the letter is rather vague. Click on the images below to read the information letter to customers.   The Post…

  • A Cinema for Acton – Meeting

    Following the unsuccessful attempt to bring a cinema to Acton, another organisation “Acton Arts Project” are hoping to bring a cinema to the community. There is a meeting at 1930 on Thursday, 7th November at St Mary’s Church, 1, The Mount, Acton High Street, Acton, W3 9NW (Note: it’s not at the church of the…

  • Film Crew on Ealing Common

    Residents may have noticed the parking suspension along part of the Warwick Road Extension. It’s simply a one-day base for a filming crew currently shooting at Ealing Town Hall. They are filming all day today at Ealing Town Hall. Title of production: The Dig Production company: Sutton Hoo Films Ltd. Production type: Feature Synopsis: An…

  • Redundant traffic counter cables

    Residents may have noticed from time to time that various cables are laid across roads. The strip cables across the public highway are automatic traffic counters (ATCs). They are useful in determining traffic volumes, speeds as well as type of vehicles using that particular route. Cllr Joanna Dabrowska asked the council to carry out various…

  • Ealing Common Society Annual Newsletter 2019

    The Ealing Common Society has sent out their annual newsletter. A date for your diary: the Society is organising a litter picking session on the Common for next Saturday, 19th October – all volunteers are welcome. Please bring a litter picker if you have one – but don’t worry if you haven’t, there are a few…

  • Have your say on RAF Northolt’s Air Space – Phase 2

    For readers who are interested in the flight paths above our heads, RAF Northolt are now at phase 2 of their airspace design. Phase 1 was back in the spring of 2019. For more information, please click here.