Category Archives: Ealing

SEGRO to buy in Perivale

It is reported that SEGRO are in advanced negotiations to acquire the Perivale Park Industrial Estate. The park, owned by Hermes, has been on the market, and it is understood that SEGRO are close to finalising a c£200m deal. The … Continue reading

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Ealing third in “Best places to live in London” list

Ealing is often called the “Queen of the Suburbs”, and it remains a popular place to live among Londoners. Now the latest “Best places to live” list from The Times ranks it third in the whole of London. The combination … Continue reading

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Ealing launches Fit to Bid

The London Borough of Ealing, in association with Branduin Business Support are offering a fully funded support package to enable local businesses get ‘Fit to Bid’. The programme involves an initial Bid Capability Assessment of each company, and experts then … Continue reading

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West London gets share of good growth funds

The final round of the Mayor of London’s Good Growth fund has given West London projects a share of the £24m on offer. Launched in 2017 and delivered in partnership with the London Economic Action Partnership (LEAP), the Good Growth … Continue reading

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New Ealing Premier Inn plans approved

Otaki Holdings plans for a new Premier Inn on the Uxbridge Road in Ealing have been approved. The outline plans for 24 Uxbridge Road will produce a rear ground floor extension to the existing hotel restaurant and a raised undercroft/entry … Continue reading

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Southall Red Lion plans approved

Plans for a 149 home development in Southall have been approved. The plans, by Red Lion Developments for land to the rear of The Red Lion public house and 94 High Street, will produce a fifteen storey three-building mixed-use development … Continue reading

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Aldau get Portal Way consent

The London Borough of Ealing has given planning consent for a twin tower 700 home scheme at North Acton. The plans involve the demolition of the existing Holiday Inn on the site, and the mixed-use redevelopment of the site to … Continue reading

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OPEN Ealing adds to culture mix

A new arts location has opened in the Dickens Yard complex. OPEN Ealing has launched the borough’s first permanent arts centre. The new Arts Centre offers a range of classes including life drawing, arts & craft, music, dance, theatre and … Continue reading

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Vistry consult on Perceval House

Ealing Council’s development partner Vistry Partnerships has hosted a second public exhibition for the proposed redevelopment of the council’s offices as part of the consultation on their plans. The proposed development would provide 477 new homes including 50% affordable housing, … Continue reading

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More new council homes completed in Northolt

A new council development in Northolt has now opened, with the 27 homes at Newcastle Court including five four-bedroom houses and a block of eight flats. All 13 homes will be let by the council. A further four-storey block of … Continue reading

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AmroLiving try again in Perivale

AmroLiving are consulting on revised plans for The Wiltern, a proposed apartment block on the site of the petrol station at the Hoover Building site in Perivale. The first plans were refused, with the height of the 22 storey tower … Continue reading

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Highways cash helps Gunnersbury

Gunnersbury Park is being revitalised with help from a £340,000 award from road operator Highways England. The Park, near the M4 motorway, is a 75-hectare Historic England Registered Park containing twenty-two listed buildings. The historic buildings and features at Gunnersbury … Continue reading

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West London wins on sustainability and wellbeing

West London has four of the top ten boroughs for both sustainability and wellbeing, according to a new report from CBRE. CBRE’s Hot 100 identifies the top 10 boroughs in a number of categories, aiming to provide a snapshot of … Continue reading

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TfL Rail begins operating services between London Paddington and Reading

Stopping services between London Paddington and Reading are now operated by TfL Rail, delivering immediate benefits to customers. This is the next step in the delivery of the Elizabeth line. Under TfL Rail, customers will benefit from improvements to their … Continue reading

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Food and drink innovation showcased at university workshop

Food innovators at the University of West London (UWL) have shared their expertise and showcased how they are helping transform new products during a food and beverage workshop. The team from West London Food Innovation Lab (WLFIL) joined Bread and … Continue reading

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UWL scoops Business School of the Year award

The University of West London (UWL) has won Business School of the Year at the THE (Times Higher Education Awards), sometimes referred to as the “Oscars of higher education”. UWL’s Claude Littner Business School won the accolade in recognition of … Continue reading

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New focus for Old Oak and Park Royal regeneration

The Old Oak and Park Royal Development Corporation (OPDC) has set out a revised approach to deliver the proposed tens of thousands of new homes and jobs through collaboration with major public sector landowners. The regeneration of Old Oak, Park … Continue reading

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990 home regeneration joint venture gets green light

Catalyst and Mount Anvil’s 990 home scheme in Acton has received resolution to grant planning from Ealing Council’s planning committee. The scheme is planned to deliver 45% affordable housing, including 237 social rent homes and 28 London Affordable rent homes. … Continue reading

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Ealing Victoria Hall consultation

A consultation has been launched for the proposed Charity Commission scheme for the Victoria Hall, part of Ealing Town Hall, and the Victoria Hall Trust. The Charity Commission is consulting on proposals for the disposal of Victoria Hall, as part … Continue reading

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Brompton dock for Copley Close

Brompton Bicycle have launched their latest Brompton Dock – a local bike hire facility – as part of Ealing Council’s Copley Close regeneration. Copley Close is a development that combines homes for council rent, private sale, discounted market rent and … Continue reading

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