• Ealing Town Hall
  • Walpole Park
  • Ealing Civic Centre
  • Lammas Park
  • Ealing Broadway Tube
  • Hoover Building
  • Ealing Town Hall
  • Walpole Park
  • Ealing Civic Centre
  • Lammas Park
  • Ealing Broadway Tube
  • Hoover Building
  • Ealing Studios

Ealing Civic Society was established in 1967 when many of our founding members were closely involved with local residents’ associations in opposing the Council’s radical plans to re-develop the centre of Ealing. We are not connected with any political party or the Council. We are a member of Civic Voice.  We are working in these areas to preserve and improve our borough:

  • conservation
  • green spaces
  • licensing
  • design
  • heritage
  • planning
  • regeneration
  • streetscape
  • transport

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Take a look at Ealing Town Hall's past. The landmark building was once thought 'too good'. #localhistoryt.co/naaexcjV4l

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Petition to list eyesore property enforcements on council websites to save buildings from decay t.co/9UTYr4y5KG via @38_degrees

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New Poll Shows Strong Public Popularity for Conservation Areas - Councils and developers take note! t.co/rkJQC9wpvz

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Latest News

50th anniversary lunch

Over 40 members of the Society filled Lisa’s Restaurant in Pitshanger Lane on 12 October to celebrate our 50th anniversary. We were delighted that Councillor Ranjit Dheer and his wife, Councillor Harbhajan Kaur Dheer,... READ MORE