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  • 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.

  • Crossrail October 2019 Newsletter

    Please click on the images to view Crossrail’s October newsletter.  

  • Gunnersville Post-Event Meeting Notes

    Ward councillors local to Gunnersbury Park have received the post-event meeting notes following the Gunnersville series of concerts. The residents’ meeting occurred on 17th September 2019 at the museum. Please click on the links below to view the notes. Gunnersville Key Issues Document (Post Event) Gunnersville Resident Meeting 17.09.19 Anyone who couldn’t make the meeting…

  • Logged out!

      A couple of weeks ago a local resident contacted Cllr Joanna Dabrowska to highlight the issue of vehicles driving over the grassy part of Ealing Common, past the bollards, to avoid the A406 traffic. Cllr Dabrowska spoke with the trees manager proposing to plant trees at the eastern end of Elm Avenue and avoiding ‘synthetic’…

  • Gunnersbury Park are consulting on introducing car park charges – what do you think?

    Gunnersbury Park has today unveiled a park user/stakeholder consultation on introducing car park charges in the park. Cllr Joanna Dabrowska discovered this might be the case last summer. Back in November 2015, Hounslow Council approved plans for the sports hub scheme included plans for the car park extension at Gunnersbury Park  This proposed that a…

  • UPDATE: All Saints* CPZ consultation – finally coming to a doormat near you!

    Residents will be aware that the long-awaited CPZ consultation has suffered several setbacks since the funds were approved last autumn. After several iterations, and several mistakes, the consultation documents have been finally been…well, finalised! Assuming no hiccups on the printing (of the documents), the creation of the consultation online (apparently, the biggest determining factor), and the actual…

  • Durham, Sunderland and Cherry residents get more parking capacity

    Residents in the most southwesterly corner of Ealing Common ward, namely, Durham Road, Sunderland Road and Cherry Close, currently in CPZ* zone S2 , will be ecstatic to hear that they have a few more parking bays to hand. A handful of bays on the western side of Olive Road are becoming dual-zone, meaning that…

  • CPZ Zone D – are you happy with the current parking restrictions?

    Over the past year, Cllr Joanna Dabrowska has received many complaints from residents about their parking restrictions, namely, Controlled Parking Zone (CPZ). Residents in Zone D* have commented to feeling overwhelmed by commuters and holidaymakers as well as university summer students who from 1st July embark on parking in one of the last remaining free…