Published on 17 November 2014
Ealing Council is responding to residents' concerns on air quality by sending new enforcement officers out on the beat to educate drivers on the law regarding vehicle idling.
Published on 29 September 2014
Local traders, entrepreneurs, charities and businesses are invited to apply for a short tenancy in Ealing’s newest pop-up shop in Springbridge Road car park, Ealing Broadway.
Published on 23 September 2014
Ealing Council is offering cut-price parking rates at Southall Market car park to support local traders while works to improve the area are finished off.
Published on 13 May 2014
The car park behind Perceval House will close temporarily from 15 – 30 May so it can be transformed into the count centre for this month’s local and European elections.
Published on 13 November 2013
A Southall man has been ordered to pay nearly £1,500 after being caught red-handed fraudulently using a stolen blue badge.
Published on 14 October 2013
Drivers who use RingGo to pay for their parking in any Ealing Council owned car park between Monday 14 October and Sunday 24 November will be automatically entered into a prize draw to win an iPad.
Published on 9 October 2013
The new Southall High Street car park is offering cut-price parking rates to support local traders, particularly in the lead up to Eid-ul-Adha and Diwali.
Published on 24 September 2013
Following the broadcast of BBC Inside Out London the council has issued the following statement:
Published on 2 September 2013
Councillor Julian Bell, leader of Ealing Council, joined the Mayor of Ealing, Councillor Kamaljit Dhindsa, local councillors and business owners to open Southall’s new car park on Friday 30 August.
Published on 28 August 2013
Ealing Council is switching its cashless payment parking contract from Paybyphone to RingGo on Sunday 1 September. Existing Paybyphone customers will need to register with RingGo to use the service.
Published on 15 April 2013
Ealing Council is reminding drivers that it is an offence to park in a disabled parking bay without a valid blue badge, including council-installed bays on residential streets.
Published on 20 March 2013
Ealing, Brent and Hounslow councils have joined forces to create a unique West London parking service.
Published on 19 March 2013
Ealing Council’s parking services team has been crowned the ‘Parking Team of the Year’ at the 2013 British Parking Awards. The team was a also finalist for the ‘Exceptional Customers Services’ award.
Published on 13 March 2013
Drivers who park irresponsibly outside Ealing schools could be given penalty charge notices as part of a crackdown on dangerous parking.
Published on 5 February 2013
Three blue badges have been cancelled in the last month after Ealing Council parking staff caught drivers using them fraudulently.
Published on 15 January 2013
Changes to the way that parking permits are issued and renewed are being introduced from Monday 4 February meaning that the easiest and quickest way to apply is now online.
Published on 19 December 2012
Ealing Council has launched a new parking permit for blue badge holders who have been allocated disabled parking bays. It is designed to cut down on blue badge theft from cars parked overnight.
Published on 11 October 2012
Ealing Council is warning residents to beware after a man was sent a fake penalty charge notice demanding he pay £1,000 within five days or risk losing his driving licence.
Published on 10 February 2012
Ealing Council is proposing to support local businesses by giving their customers the option to extend their stay in stop and shop parking bays.
Published on 19 December 2011
A national reform of the blue badge scheme means that the process for applying for a badge is changing.
Published on 24 November 2011
Ealing Council is offering free weekend parking at most of its car parks throughout December.
Published on 31 August 2011
Businesses affected by the Ealing riot will benefit from an initiative to get people to shop, eat and drink locally.
Published on 4 January 2011
Motorists in Ealing are now able to pay for parking using their mobile phones thanks to a new council service.