Plaque for Nicky Hopkins

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The Society’s first commemorative plaque in Perivale will be unveiled on Saturday 19 October. The plaque is in memory of Nicky Hopkins, a keyboard player and legendary session musician who worked with the Beatles, the Who, the Rolling Stones, Jefferson … Continued

Liveable Neighbourhoods

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TfL announced in 2017 £114 million of funding to improve local environments across London through their ‘Liveable Neighbourhoods’  programme. The programme provides funding for boroughs to make changes to streets which contribute to improved conditions for walking, cycling and public … Continued

Deadline coming up!

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The deadline for nominating new buildings, conversions or landscape garden projects for our 2019 annual award for good design is 16 September. You can download the nomination form here or just email info@ealingcivicsociety.org for a Word version. Look at our … Continued

New newsletter

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Our Autumn newsletter has just been produced and emailed to members. There’s a lot of news about planning issues: Ealing Broadway station consultation, the redevelopment of the Perceval House site, the latest news on Filmworks, and the proliferation of applications … Continued

Planning

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The Society’s Planning Committee comments on all significant planning applications. These are the recent responses which we have submitted to the Council: 6 Portal Way, Acton, W3 6RU (192597OPDFUL) Construction of an additional 10 storeys on Block A comprising 73 … Continued

Latest planning applications

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The Society’s Environment Committee looks at all planning applications in the Borough and sends objections or support to the Council. Our latest comments concern the following developments: Holiday Inn London West, 4 Portal Way, Acton, W3 6RT Demolition of all … Continued

In the footsteps of Soane (again)

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On Saturday 22 June Society members and others set off from Pitzhanger Manor and walked the 8.7 miles to the wonderful Soane Museum in Lincolns Inn Fields. This was a walk John Soane regularly undertook, travelling between his country house … Continued

New plaque now in place

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Our Ada Lovelace plaque, which was unveiled in the Town Hall on 9 May, is now up. It has been erected on the side wall of Grimshaw Estate Agents W5 3LD, on the corner of Fordhook Avenue and Uxbridge Road. … Continued

In the Footsteps of Soane

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On Civic Day, Saturday 22 June, we are planning a repeat of our walk from Pitzhanger Manor to the Soane Museum in Holborn. This is a walk which John Soane regularly undertook, between his country and town houses. See the … Continued