Recent News

  • 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

  • PRESS RELEASE: Ealing Conservatives Condemn Labour’s Closure of Local Libraries

    Ealing Conservatives Condemn Labour’s Closure of Local Libraries 17th July 2019 Ealing Labour’s decision to stop managing 5 libraries is only a cynical staging post before inevitable closure according to the Conservative opposition. Under Labour’s plans, Hanwell, Northfields, Perivale, Pitshanger and West Ealing libraries will be “community managed”, removing all professional librarians, oversight and funding…

  • How to survive the Lovebox/Citadel festival weekend

    Whether you love it or loathe it, the Lovebox and Citadel festivals are here this weekend starting from today. If you’re attending the festivals, please respect the community, put your rubbish in the bins provided (or take it home), don’t vandalise anything, don’t be antisocial to the park’s neighbours, don’t urinate (or worse) other than…

  • Lovebox/Citadel Festivals – Road Closures

    The Lovebox/Citadel Festivals will be taking place in Gunnersbury Park from Friday 12th July until Sunday 14th July. There will be various road closures in the area including: Gunnersbury Lane, Acton – closed between the junctions of Bollo Lane and the A406/Gunnersbury Avenue From 12th to 15th July 2019 between 19.00hrs to 01.00 hours. Popes Lane,…

  • [Green] fingers crossed for plenty of trees for The Common

    The local park ranger messaged Cllr Joanna Dabrowska to say that an application has been made for 80 trees from the Greener City Fund, for Ealing Common and surrounding streets. This is to include: – Extending the ‘Edible Landscape’ (10 fruit trees planted at the end of 2017, which the Ealing Common Society obtained funding for) – Specimen trees for…

  • Mystery Mirrors

    Some of you may have noticed a couple of mirrors attached to traffic lights at the junction of the North Circular Road/Gunnersbury Avenue (A406) and Popes Lane (B4491)/Gunnersbury Lane (A4000). An eagle-eyed resident in neighbouring Turnham Green ward (Hounslow) contacted local ward councillor Cllr Joanna Biddolph who in turn contacted Cllr Joanna Dabrowska. Following some…

  • PRESS RELEASE: Labour Council Leader Misleads Residents

    At the 11th June Full Council Meeting, Ealing Common Councillor Joanna Dabrowska asked for update on the fencing around Ealing Common which requires permission from the secretary of State for Communities & Local Government. With further questioning, Cllr Dabrowska asked why the Labour Council Leader had misled residents in several emails in April stating that…

  • Where are the bailiffs?

    Just before 3pm yesterday (19th June), Cllr Joanna Dabrowska was alerted by residents of the arrival of a new unauthorised encampment along Warwick Road Extension. At 1459, both the local authority and the local police team were informed. The designated council officer immediately took action by arriving at the encamped site and enforcing the borough-wide…

  • Tube closures this weekend

    There will be a planned closure on the Tube network this weekend, 15 and 16 June, that may affect residents in Ealing. The closure is part of our ongoing Four Lines Modernisation Programme, and will help to facilitate the huge overhaul of the signalling system on the Circle, Hammersmith & City, District and Metropolitan lines.…

  • First unauthorised encampment on Ealing Common since injunction

    Just past 2pm today, local residents alerted Cllr Joanna Dabrowska of the pending arrival of caravans on the southern part of Ealing Common by Elm Avenue. Cllr Dabrowska has sprung into action and the enforcement team has been ‘activated’, and they are on their way to the unauthorised encampment to enforce the (interim) injunction that…