Bedford Park Society
Aims to protect the amenities of the Bedford Park Garden Suburb, the buildings and their setting, and to ensure that any development is in keeping with the original character of the area.

Boston Manor Residents’ Association
Provides a forum for residents living in the area bounded by Boston Road in the west, Burnham Way in the east, A4 south and Chepstow Road north, and represents them in matters of planning, traffic, policing, and similar issues which may affect them. [c/o 5 Burnham Way, W13 9YD].

Brentham Garden Suburb
A record by the Brentham Heritage Society of the history of the Brentham estate and current news and activities of the Society.

Central Ealing Residents’ Association (CERA)
Founded in 1968, CERA is open to all residents in Central Ealing and its borders. The purpose of the Association is to work on behalf of the local community, for the betterment of the area and its residents.

Churchfield Community Association
An association of people who live and work around Churchfield Road Acton who come together to act on issues of mutual concern and enjoy each other’s company.

Creffield Area Residents Association
Covers Ealing Common Station to Acton north of the Uxbridge Road.

Church Avenue Residents Association
Represents Alderney Gardens, Lytton Close, Dukes Avenue,Manor Avenue, Islip Gardens, Harewood Close, Harewood Avenue and Church Avenue.

Ealing Dean Allotment Society
EDAS was formed in 2014 to enable self-management of the Northfields Allotments site by the allotment holders on behalf of Pathways, the local charity that owns the allotment site.

Ealing Fields Residents’ Association
Covers the area stretching from Windermere Road in the north to Ealing Park Gardens/Lawrence Road in the south, and between Blondin Park/Northfield Avenue and Weymouth Avenue.

Five Roads Forum: The Residents’ Association for Five Roads Home Zone
Covers part of West Ealing comprising Hastings Road, Hartington Road, Broughton Road, Denmark Road, and Arden Road.

Friary Green Residents’ Association (FGRA)
FGRA aims to work towards protecting the interests of the community and improve the local area of Friary Green which lies within Acton Central Ward.

Friends of Haven Green
FoHG is an independent community group which speaks up for the Green to protect it for the perpetual enjoyment of Ealing residents and visitors alike.

Hanger Hill (East) Residents’ Association – HHERA
Protecting the interests of the residents of the Hanger Hill Estate (the area bounded by Hanger Lane, Western Avenue, the Piccadilly line between Park Royal and North Ealing stations and Queen’s Drive).

Hanger Hill Garden Estate Residents’ Association
Aims to maintain and improve the quality of life in this mock Tudor estate, a conservation area including flats in blocks along Queens Drive, Links Road and Monks Drive, and houses in Links Road, Queens Drive, Monks Drive, Vale Lane, Princes Gardens and Tudor Gardens.

Hanwell.org.uk
Useful information for the residents of Hanwell, including planning developments, Neighbourhood Watch, the annual carnival and more.

Hanwell Community Forum
A forum for those who live in, work in or care about Hanwell.

Mill Hill Park Conservation Area in Acton
Aims to improve amenities, preserve and protect the environment, and celebrate and conserverve buildings for their architectural and historical interest.

Northolt Residents’ Association
News and social events for everyone who is a resident of the Northolt Estate.

Olde Hanwell Residents’ Association
A forum for residents to present their opinions about local issues such as planning applications, local amenities and changes to the area.

Pitshanger Community Association
Aiming to foster and improve the park, local shops and community spirit in the Pitshanger area.

Ridley Avenue Residents Association and Neighbourhood Watch
Primarily a Neighbourhood Watch group it also acts as a forum for Ridley Avenue residents to get to know one another and resolve any local issues.

Save Ealing’s Centre
SEC is a voluntary alliance of 26 residents’ and community groups from Hanwell to Acton. SEC seeks good planning for Ealing Town Centre that will reestablish it as the focal point for Ealing borough’s residents.

South Acton Residents’ Action Group (SARAG)
The voice of the South Acton Neighbourhood, established in 1997 as a residents’ association and now a Tenant Management Association.

Southall Community Alliance
An independent charitable organisation established in 2000 to work with residents and community groups in the Southall area.

Southall Pride
Launched in January 2007, this website is concerned with quality of life and value for (Council Tax) money issues in Southall.

Southfield Park Triangle Residents’ Association
This Association covers the residents of the roads east of the park and north of Southfield Road, London W4.

W5 5
A residents’ association covering Blandford, Liverpool, Marlborough and Richmond roads in W5.

Walpole Friends
A voluntary group which has come together in response to Ealing Council’s plans to invest in Pitzhanger Manor and Walpole Park, to provide a local stakeholder voice and grass roots input. Soon to change its name to Friends of Pitzhanger Manor Gallery and Walpole Park.

Walpole Residents’ Association
Based in central Ealing, this group is concerned with a wide range of issues including traffic and transport, parks, licensing, planning and regeneration.

West Acton Residents’ Association (WARA)
Campaigning since 2003 to protect the interests of West Acton residents.

West Ealing Neighbours
A group of individuals, local businesses and organisations in W13, working together to make West Ealing a better place for residents, businesses and visitors.