Recent articles

Assyrian Centre in South Ealing Road

In December 2014 EFRA submitted an objection to the revised planning application to develop the Assyrian Centre at the junction of South Ealing Road and Temple Road.

Motorbike Training : Update

EFRA continues to support residents in Belsize Avenue, Jefferson Close and Mayo Court suffering from noise and disturbance from motorbike training in the Orion Park car park.

The operator has applied for the ban on the use of the open areas of Orion Park for motorbike training to be lifted so that training can take place using electric motorbikes.

In January 2015 EFRA submitted a letter objecting to the new planning application on the grounds of continuing distress and concern to local residents arising amongst other things from -

Proposed Conversion of House in Overdale Road to Two Flats

In October 2014 EFRA objected to a planning application to convert 12 Overdale Road into two flats with rear extension which would, if allowed, set a precedent for all of us who live in the roads of near identical modest terraced housing constructed by A J Taylor in the years immediately before the First World War.

Little Ealing Controlled Parking Zone (CPZ) Consultation Results

In Autumn 2014 Ealing Council consulted residents about parking in the area bordered by Little Ealing Lane and Darwin Road, Windmill Road and South Ealing Road. Our councillors have passed us an advance copy of the results showing that a majority of residents are in favour of a controlled parking zone (CPZ) and so work will now begin to implement the scheme.

Click here for a summary of the results.

Further details should be available on the council's website soon.

Trees for Cities in Blondin Park on 6 December 2014

The charity Trees for Cities is looking for volunteers to plant 10,000 trees in Blondin Park during its Plant to the Beat festival to mark National Tree Week.

Lost or Found Items - Police Circular

Walpole Ward Safer Neighbourhood Team recently circulated information about how the police service deals with lost and found items.

The circular states -

"Due to recent changes in the Met Police the way we deal with Lost or Found property in a public place the police will only deal with certain items where they are lost or found in public places. This includes items dropped in the street, left at a bus stop, on a beach, etc.