We have promised to deliver on the things that matter most to you. These priorities will be our focus for the next four years.
69% of you think we are efficient and well-run. Delivering value for money services is one of our priorities. Find out more about our plans.
Ealing Council’s Cabinet sets policy and makes decisions. Find out more about these councillors and their responsibilities.
Ealing Council serves the residents and businesses of London's third largest borough, which is located in the heart of west London.
The council provides dozens of different services, from disposing of abandoned cars to running the Brent Lodge Animal Centre.
Local elections are held every four years to select 69 councillors who, between them, represent 23 wards across the borough. In May 2010 the borough elected the following representatives:
- 39 Labour councillors
- 23 Conservative councillors
- 5 Liberal Democrat councillors
- 1 Independent councillor
- 1 vacant seat
Councillor Julian Bell is the Leader of Ealing Council and Martin Smith is the council's Chief Executive.
Ealing Council puts the needs of our 320,000 residents above all else and the council's five priorities reflect the issues that matter most to local people. We are committed to improving services, our performance and ensuring value for money in everything we do.
We have five immediate priorities that respond to residents' concerns and will help us ensure high quality, cost-effective services.
The council's Corporate Plan 2010-14 sets out the council's priorities, and the Community Strategy is a 10-year plan to make the borough safer and better for all.
In order to be transparent we publish information so that you can see how your money is being spent, what it delivers and how well we are performing.
Overview of the council's political and management structure, including the Cabinet and senior management structure.
Councillors by ward, political party and A-Z.
The areas that make up the borough, things to do and places to go.