Category Archives: Ealing
Julian Bell stays as leader of Ealing Council, as the new cabinet is announced. The council’s new cabinet was announced at the first full council meeting following the local elections. The team of nine councillors who will form the cabinet, the … Continue reading
The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, has today announced the six winners of over £2 million of grant funding for green space improvements, as part of his push to make London the world’s first National Park City. The winning projects … Continue reading
Work is progressing to the ‘Ealing Works’ hub on St James Avenue in West Ealing.
Heathrow Airport has agreed to fund the Heathrow Strategic Planning Group, a collaborative effort across a number of local authorities.
An exhibition – “Heathrow: The Journey” – focussing on the history of the UK’s busiest airport, has opened at the University of West London’s campus in St Mary’s Road, Ealing.
Pocket Living has broken ground at its modular build Bollo Lane development.
The change of Mayor in Newham may block the sale of the Collective, at Old Oak, to Red Door Ventures, it is reported.
Catalyst is beginning the construction of 26 new homes for social rent on a vacant site in Southall, next to the Havelock Estate.
Imperial College has appointed Ardmore to deliver the main works at their student accommodation project on part of the former Perfume Factory site in North Acton.
St George is to start work again on the Ealing Filmworks development on the former Empire Cinema site.
Barratt London has been granted consent for a development on the site of the former Acton Homebase store.
A judicial review in relation to Ealing Council’s approval of plans to turn Warren Farm sports ground into a training centre for QPR has been unsuccessful.
Ealing Council is consulting on plans for the Acton Skate Park.
The Japan Centre is to expand in to a new, larger unit at SEGRO’s Premier Park, Park Royal.
Ealing Council say their bidding process for London Borough of Culture has uncovered new partnerships between many local organisations and provided a lot of exciting ideas to build on.
Essential Living’s plans for a 390 home development on part of the Perfume Factory site in North Acton have been refused.
Hounslow and Ealing Councils, togehter witht he University of West London, have signed a deal for the Gunnersbury Park sports hub.
Network Homes and Stanhope have agreed a joint venture to redevelop a former industrial site in Southall as 550 homes.
A2Dominion’s plans for a residential development on the former Wickes site in Hanwell have been approved.
£3.5million is to be spent on improving roads and footpaths across Ealing.