Historic Acton

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We regularly comment on planning applications from across the Borough. Recently there have been a number of applications for changes to historic buildings in Acton. For example, we have objected to an application to demolish the locally listed Chatsworth Pub … Continued

Centre Plans

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British Land have unveiled their latest plans for the Ealing Broadway Shopping Centre at an exhibition on 29 November 2014. You can download the plans via their website here and send in your feedback. They will be submitting a planning … Continued

Crossrail Plans Approved

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Following criticisms of the orginal designs for Ealing Broadway Crossrail Station, new designs have now been approved by the planning committee. The ticket hall will be much larger and will include 4 new lifts to the platforms from street level … Continued


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Ealing could have an 8 screen Picturehouse Cinema in 2017. Land Securities agreed the deal with the art house cinema company in early July. The cinema would seat 1,000 and be the largest in the 19 strong Picturehouse Cinema network. … Continued

Building in Gardens

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The Society is very concerned about the increasing amount of building in back gardens. Protection under the Unitary Development Plan (UDP) which existed until 10 December 2013 has now been lost and the risk of developers stepping in has increased … Continued

Arcadia Unveiled

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Scaffolding will be removed from the Arcadia corner building in July and the 3 shops will be trading before Christmas, we learnt at our AGM on 29 April. Representatives from Benson Elliot, Allies and Morrison Architects and Londonewcastle went on … Continued

Review of the Year

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Our Chairman, Robert Gurd, reviewed the Society’s work over the past year at our 2014 AGM. This included involvement in a large number of planning issues: Arcadia, Dickens Yard, the ex-Empire Cinema, Acton Town Hall, Walpole Park/Pitzhanger Manor, Gunnersbury Park … Continued

Warren Farm

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Ealing residents have lodged papers in the High Court of Justice to Judicially Review Ealing Council’s decision to sign over 61 acres of London’s Green Belt, rent free for 200 years, to QPR football club for their new Training and … Continued

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