Haven Green

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Earlier this year, a local resident formally submitted a proposal to Ealing Council for Haven Green to be designated as a village green. This would provide it with greater protection than it currently enjoys as common land under Victorian legislation. … Continued

Empire Cinema

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The former Empire Cinema site remains cleared except for the facade with its supporting scaffolding and an unsightly pile of rubble at the rear. According to Empire Cinemas, start on work on the new 16 screen cinema complex has been … Continued

Dickens Yard

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The go-ahead from the Mayor for redevelopment of Dickens Yard, behind the Town Hall, was issued in October 2009. The decision was held up for some months over issues relating to on-site renewable energy generation but these have been resolved. … Continued

Central Ealing Developments

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The Arcadia public inquiry closed on Thursday 9 July having run for three weeks. The Planning Inspectorate has indicated that the final decision, to be taken by the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government, John Denham, is due … Continued

Public Inquiry for Arcadia

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The latest threat to the centre of Ealing comes from proposals from Glenkerrin to redevelop the Arcadia site along with those for a “bus gyratory” on Haven Green. Although a more modest block of 26 storeys has replaced the 41 … Continued

Arcadia Redevelopment

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Ealing’s Planning Committee approved the Arcadia application at its meeting on 17 December. The Chairman of the Society, Robert Gurd, said: “this is very disappointing because the committee has now passed two major housing developments in the centre of Ealing, … Continued

Licensing: Can You Help?

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The Society needs someone who can represent us at the Council’s licensing panels so that we can help to ensure that residents’ needs are considered. If you have an interest in this subject, would be able to attend the hearings … Continued