Ealing Common at the AGM

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Ealing Common was once a very dangerous place according to Jennifer Shipside. Highwaymen like the notorious Sixteen String Jack used to rob unsuspecting travellers there in the Eighteenth Century.  We heard about Jack and all aspects of the Common from … Continued

Success for Central Ealing Plan

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The Central Ealing Neighbourhood Forum produced a local plan based on input from residents and organisations. The local plan was submitted to Ealing Council last year and has now been passed by an independent examiner.  Following a public hearing in … Continued

SEC appeal for funds

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As the newsletter indicates, Save Ealing’s Centre (to which the Society is affiliated) is still appealing for funds to underwrite the cost of the planning inquiry over 9-42 The Broadway in May. So far around around £22k has been raised … Continued

Now we are 50

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The Society was formed in October 1967 following a meeting in Ealing Town Hall about the radical redevelopment of Ealing Town Centre. We’ve planned a number of special events to mark our 50th anniversary. Look out for announcements. We also … Continued

Gunnersbury update 30 March

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There will be another public update of the Gunnersbury Park Masterplan on Thursday 30 March 2017. The evening will run from 18:30 to 20:00 and will be held at the Old Actonians Sports Ground, Gunnersbury Drive (off Popes Lane) Ealing W5 … Continued

9-42 The Broadway sale

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We have now received confirmation that Benson Elliot, the current owners of 9-42 the Broadway W5, have agreed heads of terms with British Land to sell their development site which is subject to a planning inquiry in May. Benson Elliot … Continued