About EFRA and Updates

AGM  Wednesday 24th May at 7.30pm at the LOG CABIN

The AGM is your opportunity to find out what’s happening locally and air your views and concerns about the issues that affect you.
 
Please arrive by 7.15 if you would like to join or renew your membership.
 
Spring 2017 Newsletter can be found: Click here
 
Heathrow Supplement May 2017 - Aviation issues in west London: Click here
 
Membership form: click here
 
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Aviation issues – Consultation Responses

As announced in the newsletter, here are the EFRA responses to the  Heathrow Runway 3 and UK Airspace Policy Consultations. Particularly on Runway 3, it would be helpful if members could write in as individuals as it strengthens our case. You may want to crib from the EFRA response but all that is needed is a few lines to let the Department for Transport know how you feel about expansion at Heathrow. You can submit your response by e-mail to: RunwayConsultation@dft.gsi.gov.uk. For the UK Airspace Policy Consultation, the e-mail is: Airspace.Policy@dft.gsi.gov.uk. The responses need to be in by 25th May.
 
 
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Ealing Fields Residents' Association, which has been in existence since 1974, covers the area stretching from Cranmer Avenue/Windermere Road in the north to Ealing Park Gardens/Lawrence Road in the south, and between Blondin Park/Northfield Avenue and Weymouth Avenue.

Map of EFRA area

It exists to maintain and improve our local environment and to help create a sense of community in our local area. It has had many successes over the years. These include protecting residents’ interests in court and at inquiries, stopping unsuitable planning applications and extended late opening hours for licensed premises, and the establishment of a nature conservation area in Blondin Park.

The Association is run by volunteers, is non-party political, and receives no public funding. Our Committee includes members with experience of dealing with a variety of local problems, both small and large. We also hold social events and general meetings.

It is very important that the Association builds up a large membership; the larger our membership, the more weight our views will carry and the more effective we can be in achieving our aims.

Membership of the Association is £2.00 for the first member at a residence and then £1.00 for each additional member. All members receive our twice-yearly printed newsletter, and those members with an e-mail address also receive our frequent e-newsletter. All payments made now will last until May 2018, the end of our membership year.

If you are interested in becoming a member, please use the Contact form and our membership secretary will be in touch with you.

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Airspace Policy Consultation May 2017.pdf81.34 KB
3rd runway consultation May 2017-2 Rosmarie M + Keith M .pdf193.6 KB