Council and local decisions news
Ealing Council’s chief executive, Paul Najsarek, will visit ward forums this autumn and winter to update residents on the council’s progress since last summer’s Talk Future Ealing roadshow.
Ealing Council’s cabinet has agreed changes to its draft children’s centres strategy following a consultation earlier this year.
Ealing Council’s cabinet will meet next Tuesday (16 July) to discuss how five of the borough’s libraries could be run by the community.
If you are unavailable to vote on the 23 May and have not registered for a postal vote, you can appoint a proxy to vote on your behalf.
A survey shows that Ealing residents more likely to feel well, be happy with where they live and to be satisfied with the council.
Residents are reminded that they have until 7 May to register their details in time to vote in the European Parliament elections taking place on 23 May 2019.
At Ealing’s cabinet meeting on Tuesday 19 March, councillors endorsed the actions being taken to prepare for the UKs exit from the European Union (EU) – whatever form that may take.
District Judge Inyundo siting at Ealing Magistrates today upheld the decision not to allow LA Confidential to be a sexual entertainment venue in Ealing.
Mastcraft has submitted its planning application for the Ealing Town Hall development. People have until 22 February to submit comments on the proposals.
Ealing Council’s cabinet will meet on Tuesday, 15 January to consider proposals on reshaping its library and children’s centres following a review of services.
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