And the Winner is…

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Our 2013 annual awards were presented on 19 November by Toby Young, the author, blogger and co-founder of the West London Free School. Our judges shortlisted 8 projects: 3 residential extensions, 2 schools, 1 hotel, 1 mixed retail and residential … Continued

Boris Unveils Duke

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Boris Johnson, Mayor of London, unveiled the Iron Duke sculpture on 14 November. The Iron Duke was one of the first broad gauge locomotives to run on the Brunel Great Western Railway mainline from London to the West Country which … Continued

Save Warren Farm

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Ealing Civic Society is supporting the Save Warren Farm Campaign with a £1,000 donation. Warren Farm is 61 acres of Metropolitan Open Land, designated as Community Open Space within the Brent River Park, which has been used as playing fields … Continued

New Film Quarter Proposed

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Land Securities have recently submitted an outline planning application and exchanged contracts with Ealing Council for the £100m redevelopment of the Ealing Filmworks’ site. We have welcomed in principle proposals for the regeneration of the site which has been derelict … Continued

Crossrail Plans

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Provisional plans for Ealing Broadway station have at last been revealed by Crossrail. They can be seen on the Council website. There are plans of the site and pictures of the entrance. There is more information about Crossrail progress on … Continued

Pitzhanger Manor

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Plans to restore Pitzhanger Manor House and Gallery are still available to view on the Council website. The proposals would entail removal of the Eating Room extension from the Manor House and Victorian infill building between the House and Gallery, … Continued

New Plaque Unveiled

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Our sixth plaque was unveiled on Monday 20 May. It commemorates John Compton, a well known organ builder, who lived at 37 Audley Road from 1930 until his death in 1957. The John Compton Organ Company in North Acton manufactured … Continued


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Record numbers turned out to hear John Goldsmith talk about plans for Crossrail and Ealing at the Town Hall on 30 April 2013. Europe’s largest infrastructure project will enable passengers from Ealing Broadway to reach Tottenham Court Road within 14 … Continued

New Plans for Arcadia

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Benson Elliot Capital Management have released plans to convert the Arcadia Shopping Centre from 25 small shopping units to three large retail units. Their press release claims that the site will be “comprehensively transformed inside and out”. Three large stores … Continued