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West Ealing Centre Neighbourhood Plan

The West Ealing Centre Neighbourhood Plan has been produced by the West Ealing Centre Neighbourhood Forum (WECNF) in consultation with local residents, businesses and organisations in the community. It follows an extensive period of discussions involving a wide range of local people, and if approved will help guide the development of the town centre for the period to the end of 2026. 

The plan, and all of the feedback received will be submitted to an independent examiner who will assess the plan and make recommendations for its adoption.  If successful at examination, the plan will be subject to a public referendum prior to adoption.

Consultation runs for six weeks from 3 March to 14 April 2017. 

Consultation documents:

·       West Ealing Centre Neighbourhood Plan

·       Consultation statement

·       Supporting evidence


·       by e-mail to with "WECNP" in the subject line. If you send a response by e-mail it
        is not necessary to send in a hard copy by post

·       or by post to:
        Planning Policy, Ealing Council, Perceval House, 4th Floor, 14/16 Uxbridge Road, Ealing W5 2HL

Any representations may include a request to be notified of the local planning authorities decision under regulation 19 in relation to the neighbourhood development plan.

All written representations must be received by Ealing Council by 5pm at the latest on Friday 14 April 2017. For more details on the forum go to the West Ealing Centre Neighbourhood Forum website. 

For more details on the forum go to the West Ealing Centre Neighbourhood Forum website.

Previous consultations

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How can I contribute to Ealing’s Local Plans (formally known as LDF)?

Join our mailing list by contacting us and we will notify you of opportunities to contribute to the development of Ealing's Local Plans. You will also receive our regular 2026 e-bulletin that will keep you updated on progress of the Local Plans.

Alternatively, you can join the Planning User's Group (PUG).  It meets regularly during the year and is an opportunity for voluntary and community groups to discuss and be informed about planning policy, planning services and planning enforcement matters.  Ealing Community Network supports smaller groups and resident associations to be a part of this group.  This group has now taken the place of the former Planning and Working Group, which was in place for over ten years.  The main contact is now Alex Jackson, planning teams manager