Have your say on new plans to tackle anti-social behaviour in West Ealing

Ealing Council wants to hear your views on its plan to create a West Ealing ‘protected zone’ (Public Space Protection Order) as one of its steps to tackle anti-social behaviour associated with street drinking and drug use in West Ealing and Hanwell.  We’ve written about these problems a lot over the past few years and this could be a good step in the right direction. There’s a more detailed story about this on the ealingnewsextra website and the actual consultation page of the Council’s website is here. 

This could be a really useful step in tackling the problems we are all too familiar with in West Ealing so WEN encourages as many people as possible to respond to this consultation.




Exhibition of plans for redevelopment of Dean Court and Northfields alloments Sat 12th at St John’s Church 2-6pm

Pathways is holding a public exhibition of their plans in the Vine Room, The Crypt at St John’s Church on Saturday 12th November from 2-6pm.

This is an opportunity to see the most recent plan and give your feedback. The plan is to develop up to 140 new homes on the existing Dean Court site and on some land at the north end of the Northfield Allotments.

This is an important development and has led to a lot of interest and strong views so please do try to find time to take a look on Saturday and give your feedback.

There is more information about Pathways’ plans on their website