• 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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GUNNERSBURY PARK UPDATE – another chance t.co/w3VPRkeAVK #EalingCommonTories

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Date for your diary: our AGM on 11 April with talk on Ealing Common t.co/yi2bARKDmo

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FACT: In Dickens Yard a planned maximum building height of eight storeys crept up to 12 and then 14 storeys,... t.co/qPT2yMXWWo

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