Copley shortlisted for planning awards

The Copley estate is shortlisted for the Planning Awards

Broadway Living and Ealing Council development, Copley Hanwell W7, has been shortlisted for two awards at the Planning Awards 2021. ‘Partnership Working” and “Planning for Affordable Housing’ are the two categories where they are hoping to take home the accolade. The Planning Awards reward excellence in professional planning work, as well as related activities such as […]

Thank you, Ealing, for completing your 2021 census

Thank You - People make the census

A big thank you is being said to all households within Ealing who have taken the time to complete their Census 2021 questionnaires. However, for those who haven’t yet completed their census, time is running out. Jane Ward, census engagement manager for Ealing West, said “We have had a fantastic response to the census in […]

Counterfeit goods seized in Southall worth over £2.5 million

Counterfeit goods seized

A joint operation led by Ealing Trading Standards and the Metropolitan Police Service (MPS), with support from representatives from the Anti-Counterfeiting Group (ACG), has led to counterfeit goods seized worth an estimated £2.5 million worth at an Ealing address on Thursday 15 April by the trading standards team. Officers gained access to twenty-two 20ft shipping […]

Census 2021. There is still time to complete it

Census 2021

Census 2021 day may have come and gone, but there is still time for those who have not yet completed their census forms to do so. Millions of people across England and Wales answered important questions about themselves and their households on Sunday March 21, ensuring that local services in their communities continue to be […]

Census weekend is almost here

Census Weekend 2021

This weekend is the deadline for completing the 2021 census and everyone living in Ealing are reminded to complete their form. The census is a once-in-a-decade survey that provides the most accurate estimate of all the people and households in England and Wales. Census day is this Sunday, 21 March and by now, every household […]

Students hop on walking bus

Ealing Walking Bus

A Southall school took part in Ealing’s first Enormous Walking Bus to encourage more students and their families to walk to school rather than drive. Hambrough Primary School students, with a little help from Ealing Council’s school travel team walking mascot, Terri the Tiger, walked from Southall Broadway, through Southall Park to the school. Travelling […]

Elise is the (Mc)Queen of Pop after winning award

2019 Alice Gross Memorial Songwriting Award

An Elthorne Park student has won this year’s Alice Gross Memorial Song Writing Award, topping the list of talented entrants with her own song. Elise McQueen was announced the winner earlier this year at her school in front of her peers and Alice’s mother Rosalind Hodgkiss. The award was established in 2017 by Ealing Council’s […]

Council head office receives best energy rating yet

Perceval House front

Ealing Council has slashed its headquarters’ energy bills by more than a million pounds and the building has received its best ever energy efficiency certificate. Perceval House, in Uxbridge Road, was recently given its highest rated Display Energy Certificate (DEC) to date after embarking on more than seven years of energy efficiency improvements since 2012. […]

Ealing’s public spaces protected from illegal encampments

Met Police

Ealing Council has obtained a High Court injunction that prohibits illegal encampments and depositing of waste on more than 300 sites across the borough. With Metropolitan Police backing, the council took the decision following a recent surge in encampment numbers, with 40 alone arriving since November 2018. This is a significant increase in what is […]

Share your views to make Ealing safer

Borough-wide PSPO - town centres

A borough wide Public Spaces Protection Order (PSPO) is being proposed across Ealing, to improve the quality of life for residents and visitors. As part of this, the council welcomes views of the public.   The proposed PSPO is designed to address a number of persistent issues that are reported to the council, police and other […]

Projects share safeguarding success

Ealing Prevent event

The borough’s leading Prevent projects came together in March, highlighting the strengths of local communities approach to keeping vulnerable children and adults safe from harm and exploitation. The impacts of terrorism in Manchester, Westminster, London Bridge and Finsbury Park in 2017 and the recent mosques attacks in Christchurch, New Zealand is a reminder of ongoing […]

Self-defence training for females

Sev Necati Training

A local training academy is offering female residents the chance to participate in their eight-week self-defence courses for free. The course aims to give the participants more independence and learn new techniques. Starting Saturday, 13 April the course held over two time slots is open to women and girls aged 13 years and older who […]