Southall Manor to get improvements

Southall Manor House is to be given a half million pound refurb by Ealing Council.

The Manor House, Southall’s oldest building, dates from 1587 and is a Grade 2 listed building. The Council will spend £560,000 over the two years on repair and refurbishment, while looking for funds from elsewhere to add to this.

Councillor Julian Bell, leader of the council and cabinet member for regeneration, told the Ealing Gazette: “It is vital that we carry out this work to remove the building from the at-risk register and preserve this important landmark for future generations. Restoring this building is also a key to regenerating Old Southall”.

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