Resident associations

Resident association groups play an important role in making sure residents' voices are heard. These groups do a lot of different things; some organise social activities for residents, some are more involved in housing management on their estates, and some are a mixture of both. 

If you are interested in setting up a resident association or would like more information, contact the resident involvement team on (020) 8825 6535 or email residentinvolvement@ealing.gov.uk.

Ealing Council recognises the following resident associations:

East area

Residents Association Name Area              
Glendun Court Residents Association Acton
South Acton Residents Action Group (SARAG) - TMO Acton
Redbrick Estate Acton
Moreton and Rufford Acton
Harleyford Manor Residents Association (Sheltered Housing) Acton
Neville Close Residents Association Acton
Shillaker Court Residents Association (Sheltered Housing) Acton
St Andrews Residents Association (Sheltered Association) Acton
Bedford Road Residents Association (Sheltered Association) Chiswick
Garden Court Residents Association (Sheltered Association) Chiswick
Working for You (W4U) Chiswick
Green Man Lane Residents Association Ealing
Gurnell Grove Residents Association Ealing
Sherwood Close Residents Association Ealing
Cherry Close Residents Association (Sheltered Housing) Ealing
Walton House Residents Association Ealing
Lindsey House Residents Association (Sheltered Association) Ealing
High Lane Residents Association Hanwell
Ditchley Court Residents Association Hanwell

West area

Residents Association Area
Rectory Park Residents Association Northolt
Medlar Farm Residents Association Northolt
PeniOaks Residents Association (Whiteoaks and Penifather) Greenford
Cheviot Court Southall
Mount Pleasant Resident Association Southall
Havelock Service Group Southall
Buckingham Avenue Resident Association Perivale

Resident and Community Association Governance Manual (pdf)