What Will Ealing Be Like in 2026?
Your chance to find out
Ealing Council will be holding a series of public events over the next six weeks to help prepare a plan for the future development of the borough.
The council is also updating its Local Implementation Plan to make sure that the borough’s transport services are being developed and maintained in line with the Mayor of London’s Transport Strategy.
Ealing Council is inviting residents to share their views on these proposals at meetings being held at a range of venues across the borough. There are also two youth conferences and some smaller workshops scheduled.
The consultation period has already begun and the draft documents can be viewed online at www.ealing.gov.uk/planpol. Printed copies are also at libraries and in Customers Services Centre at the council offices next to the Town Hall.
Council Leader, Councillor Julian Bell, said: “These proposals are going to affect everyone’s life in Ealing for the next 15 years, and we want to hear what people think about them.
“We have developed a schedule of public meetings that take into account local priorities and concerns and I hope that as many residents as possible will come along and give us their views.”
The public meetings are as follows:
1)“What will Greenford, Northolt and Perivale be like in 2026?”- 29 September- 7pm- Greenford Hall, Ruislip Road, UB6 9QN.
2)“A New Transport Plan for Ealing”- 5 October- 7pm- Telfer Room, Ealing Town Hall, W5 2HL.
September 22, 2010