Category Archives: Ealing

Rectory Park leisure works begin

Ealing Council’s project to develop new sports leisure and recreational facilities at Northolt’s Rectory Park is now underway.

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Hayes to head east

Pat Hayes, Ealing Council’s Executive Director for Regeneration and Housing is heading for Barking & Dagenham.

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Dickens Yard gets first retailers

St George’s Dickens Yard development in Ealing has secured lettings with its first two retailers.

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Galliard buy cereal factory

Raisio Group has agreed to sell its Southall factory to Galliard Homes.

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City Harvest heads for Acton Park

SEGRO has signed up City Harvest to its Acton Park Estate in Park Royal.

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West Ealing gets ASBO protection

Ealing Council is to create a public space protection order (PSPO) to help deter anti-social behaviour in West ealing following a supportive public consultation.

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Hanwell Zoo opens

Brent Lodge Animal Centre, often called the “Bunny Park”, has reopened as Hanwell Zoo,

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Peace to chair OPDC

The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, has announced his intention to appoint Liz Peace CBE as the new Chair of the Old Oak and Park Royal Development Corporation.

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Ealing to make housing loan

Ealing Council’s cabinet has agreed to consider a loan of £165million to its wholly owned housing subsidiary, Broadway Living.

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Warren Farm survives JR

A Judicial Review has ruled Ealing Council acted properly in approving QPR’s plans for a new training facility at Warren Farm.

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Old Oak gets Great Places grant

Old Oak and Park Royal has been awarded a grant of £1,5m from Arts Council England and Heritage Lottery Fund’s Great Place Scheme to help art, culture and heritage be at the heart of the major developments planned for the … Continue reading

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Greystar Greenford approved

Greystar have had their plans approved for Greenford Green, a private rented homes development on the former GSK site.

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Temporary modular homes in Ealing

Ealing Council have completed a modular temporary homes development on Borders Walk, in Hanwell.

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Councils agree CT rises

Ealing and Hounslow Councils have agreed council tax rises.

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Pound opens Red Lion

Stephen Pound, MP for Ealing North, cut the ribbon at the launch of Clearview Homes’ Red Lion Court regeneration scheme.

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Catalyst in Southall

Catalyst has partnered with Berkeley Group to deliver 186 affordable units as part of the first phase of the Southall Gasworks development.

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“No plans” to build housing on RAF Northolt

The RAF has no plans to allow the building of 20,000 homes on RAF Northolt, it is reported.

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Affordable add to Gurnell

Ealing Council says it is working to secure affordable homes for rent as part of the redevelopment of the Gurnell Leisure Centre site.

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Bees sign Claude Littner students

Students from The Claude Littner Business School (CLBS) have helped local football club Brentford FC in the search for success off the pitch in the local community.

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Southall Town Hall up for lease

Ealing Council is looking to lease the former Southall Town Hall.

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