Acton History

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There was a good turnout for a historic walk round Acton on 11 August, run jointly with Acton History Group. Different speakers talked about 3 historic plaques in the area. The first 2 plaques were installed by Ealing Civic Society: … Continued

Pitzhanger Manor News

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Ealing Council has been successful in its round one bid to the Heritage Lottery Fund for the restoration of Pitzhanger Manor. The Council will shortly be undertaking public consultation seeking public views on future options for the Manor and adjoining … Continued

King Boris

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About 75 people attended our Annual Lecture on 6 June. The speaker was our President, Professor Sir Peter Hall, an Ealing resident and a leading figure in urban and regional town planning for over 50 years. His talk was called … Continued

The Civic Movement

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Tony Burton, until recently the Director of Civic Voice, was the main speaker at our AGM on 24 April. Ealing Civic Society is a member of Civic Voice which was estalished in 2009 following the closure of the Civic Trust. … Continued

Our Latest Plaque

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Our new Winnie the Pooh plaque was unveiled on 14 March by Shirley Harrison, author of a recent book about the famous bear. The plaque was erected on the Victorian east wing of The Elms, a fine grade II* listed … Continued

Local Development Framework

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The Inspector’s report on the hearing into Ealing’s LDF Core Strategy is now available with an appendix of minor changes. It concludes that the Strategy provides an appropriate basis for the planning of the Borough over the next 15 years … Continued

Local Development Framework

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The Inspector’s report on the hearing into Ealing’s LDF Core Strategy is now available with an appendix of minor changes. It concludes that the Strategy provides an appropriate basis for the planning of the Borough over the next 15 years … Continued