Take a look at these utility cabinets in Leeland Rd! OPEN Ealing has been hard at work bringing colourful art to our streets… and I’m told there’s more to come. It’s all part of the Liveable Neighbourhoods project which is about making West Ealing a more attractive place.
It sounds a bit trivial but i do think little improvements can make a difference and I think these new litter bins in Melbourne Ave are a great improvement on the previous ones.
Melbourne Ave was re-designed a few years ago and had new paving, trees, planters and bins. I have to say I think the whole project was design before function and the bins were exactly that. They always looked a mess so I hope these new ones will prove more successful. After all, Melbourne Ave is the nearest we have to a town centre and it deserves to look decent. That’s why WEN took on the maintenance of the planters and will look after the raised flower bed across the road once the plants are in.
Ealing Council is seeking views on what it’s like for pedestrians to use the Uxbridge Road. Working with Sustrans (a leading active travel charity) they are carrying out a survey of people who use or cross Uxbridge Road in Ealing, looking at the entire length from Acton in the East of the Borough to Southall in the West. This survey is looking to improve the experience and safety for all those using the pavements and crossings, including pedestrians, those using mobility scooters, people in wheelchairs and people with pushchairs.
Thanks to the Feeling Ealing website for spotting this story. As part of TfL’s cost savings the 207 and 607 buses will terminate at Shepherd’s Bush and not Westfield as from April 2019. They used to terminate at Shepherd’s Bush before Westfield was built with the final stop a couple of hundred metres short of Westfield. As the Feeling Ealing site says, it’s not a huge change but it’s inconvenient for people with mobility problems and parents with young children.