environment

Private Rented Sector Housing and Anti-Social Behaviour

Date: 
Wed 9 Apr 2014 18:00 - 21:00
Location: 
Victoria Hall, Ealing Town Hall W5 2BY

We have received notification of a public meeting being held by the council for Residents and Tenants’ Organisations about implications arising from the growth of the private rented sector.  The council says:

"Ealing Council is looking to explore issues surrounding the growth in the private rented sector, property conditions and anti-social behaviour. We are holding a meeting where you can share your views with the Council and discuss the issues, and you would be welcome to attend.

Heathrow Airport Third Runway Consultation

Heathrow Airport is running a public consultation with a view to updating its proposals to the Airports Commission.  We have just learnt that there is to be an additional exhibition, in Ealing:

  • Monday 10 March 2014
  • 12:00 to 20:00
  • The Double Tree by Hilton Hotel, 2-8 Hanger Lane  W5 3HN.

The hotel is at the junction of Uxbridge Road and Gunnersbury Lane and its website link is here.

Heathrow Airport Third Runway Consultation

Date: 
Mon 10 Mar 2014 12:00 - 20:00
Location: 
The Double Tree by Hilton Hotel, 2-8 Hanger Lane W5 3HN

Heathrow Airport has added an additional exhibition to the series it is holding about its proposals to the Airports Commission for a third runway.  Further details are on Heathrow's website.

The hotel's website is here.

Heathrow Airport Expansion: Public Exhibition

Date: 
Thu 6 Mar 2014 12:00 - 20:00
Location: 
Holiday Inn, Brentford Lock, Commerce Road, Brentford TW8 8GA

Heathrow Airport is running a public consultation with a view to updating its proposals to the Airports Commission.  There is no event planned for Ealing and this one in Brentford is nearest.  For more information, including a complete list of venues, see Heathrow's website.

Assyrian Centre in South Ealing Road

EFRA commented on a slightly revised application to redevelop the Assyrian Centre in South Ealing Road, just outside EFRA's area.  We do not usually comment on matters beyond our borders but it is a local landmark and the scale of the proposal has implications for the amenity of our members and their neighbours.  Our objection, submitted to Ealing Council in November 2013, repeats the concerns set out in our earlier objection and contains expanded comments on transport, servicing, parking and the applicant’s desire for a permanent licence.

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