New Local Plan

How to have your say (regulation 18) - now closed

How to have your say on regulation 19

------ Consultation on Ealing's Regulation 18 Local Plan is now closed ------

There are six ways in which you can comment on the draft new Local Plan, making it easier for all to share their views. 

  1. If you wish to comment on the full document, please read the online version of the draft new Local Plan. Within the document there are links highlighted in yellow question boxes. These links will take you to specific questions for you to answer in a series of online surveys. You can answer as many or as few questions as you wish.

  2. You can respond by email at  

  3. Give more detailed comments using this online form 

  4. Send a letter by post to Steve Barton, strategic planning team, Perceval House, 14-16 Uxbridge Road, London, W5 2HL

  5. View the full draft Local Plan at your local library and fill in a comment form which can be placed in the secure box provided.

  6. Complete a short survey.
    You will either need to have read a summary of the draft new Local Plan or the full draft new Local Plan. Alternatively, you may wish to have a copy of the summary document open in your browser when completing the survey.
    The survey is also available in our community languages

Do you know of a site which might be suitable for development? 

Suggest a site by filling in our Call for Sites form, which is also available from all libraries in the borough.  

Listening to our residents

The draft new Local Plan is informed by a significant body of evidence including the Shaping Ealing survey, one of the borough’s biggest ever public listening consultations, which were published in September 2022. More than 10,600 people and businesses took part and gave their thoughts on local facilities and communities. 

This consultation asks if you agree with the vision, draft policies and overall priorities set out in the plan. Your comments will help inform the next version of the plan.

The new Local Plan covers all of the borough except the Old Oak and Park Royal Development Corporation (OPDC) area, which has its own Local Plan.  

You can watch a video introducing the plan and what it means to you. 

You can also make an appointment to view a paper copy of the consultation document at Perceval House, Ealing by emailing


If you have any questions, please contact the strategic planning team by emailing: