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Ealing Council has finished work to relocate and refurbish a set of modular apartments from Southwark to Hanwell. Chris Payne...
Cleared site after outbuilding demolished
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A Southall slum landlord has been hit with a whopping bill after Ealing Council stepped in to knock down an...
Council leader Julian Bell during a visit to the Calais refugee camp
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In 2016, Ealing Council pledged to support the UK government efforts to resettle 20,000 vulnerable Syrian refugees and 3,000 children...
council tax
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Residents who applied for Ealing’s three-month council tax payment holiday are required to start making payments again in July. Self-employed...
Non-essential shops reopening - stay safe
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As high streets and shops begin to reopen from Monday (15 June), residents are being reminded to continue to ‘stay...
Counterfeit Sanitisers
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Ealing Council’s trading standards team is working hard to protect consumers and safeguard businesses during the current COVID-19 crisis. Since...
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New, safer cycling measures for the borough have been announced by Ealing Council. This includes the introduction of segregated cycle...
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A parking update has been issued by Ealing Council, now that the UK has begun easing out of lockdown, some...
Temporary one way of traffic on King St, Southall
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From Monday, 8 June, King Street in Southall partially became one-way (southbound). This allows for wider pavements in the area,...
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The school run is could provide a perfect opportunity for children to learn about their local area, develop wider social...
Business Rate Relief
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Help is at hand for small businesses in Ealing affected by COVID-19 with two new Ealing Council financial support webinars....
Person online meeting

Despite the restrictions imposed by COVID-19 and the continuing need for social distancing, Ealing Council is committed to ensuring that...
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