Category Archives: Ealing

Wiltern approved

Amro Real Estate Partners have had revised plans approved for their The Wiltern scheme, on land behind the Hoover Building on the A4 in Ealing. The scheme, designed by HTA Design for the Perivale site, involves the construction of a … Continue reading

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Ealing’s Transforming Suburbs

Ealing Council are hosting an online event as part of Real Estate Live on June 2, from 2:00pm – 3:00pm. The event,by Ealing in London and sponsored by Catalyst Housing Association, looks at how, over recent months, neighbourhoods in the … Continue reading

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Lemon Land get Ealing approval

Lemon Land have had plans approved for a 42 home scheme on the South End car park in Acton. The plans, designed by 3W Architecture for a site at Cobbold Mews, Greenend Rd, Warple Way, involve the building of a … Continue reading

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Southall Sidings plans in

Connected Living London have submitted plans for a 460 home development at Southall Sidings. The scheme, designed by Assael Architecture for the site on Park Avenue next to the railway lines and close to Southall station, involves the demolition of … Continue reading

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A2Dominion submits in Hanwell

A2Dominion has submitted plans for a 333 home development in Hanwell. The plans, designed by Assael Architecture for a site at 113 Uxbridge Road, involve the demolition of the existing buildings and the construction of three blocks of between three … Continue reading

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QPR shift focus from Warren Farm

Queens Park Rangers have abandoned plans to develop a new training facility on land at Warren Farm, and are working on an alternative site. The club say that they have changed their focus after the new site became available earlier … Continue reading

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Met & Southern submit Ealing plans

Metropolitan Housing and Southern Grove have submitted plans for a 149 home development in Drayton Green. The plans involve the construction of a 26 storey block of affordable apartments on the site at Manor Road and Argyle Road.

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Ealing tops grant funding table

Ealing Council takes first place amongst local authorities in the country in ensuring local businesses get the critical funding released by the government to mitigate the economic damage from covid-19. The details come as the latest business rates league table … Continue reading

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Ealing extends consultations for lockdown

Ealing Council has now doubled the consultation period for all major and most residential and small scheme planning applications from the statutory three weeks to six weeks. This new longer period is effective on all applications received from 14 April … Continue reading

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Ealing Council calls for greater support for businesses

Ealing Council is calling on the government to provide greater support to London businesses during the COVID-19 economic crisis. In a letter sent Wednesday, 22 April, Julian Bell, leader of Ealing Council and Councillor Jasbir Anand, cabinet member for business … Continue reading

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Brompton Bicycle launches Wheels for Heroes campaign

The folding bicycle manufacturer based in Greenford is raising funds to provide up to 1000 bikes to support NHS staff to travel for free during the COVID-19 pandemic. Brompton have approached St Barts Hospital and NHS London to provide bikes … Continue reading

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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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