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News published October 2015

  • Chief executive to stand down in the new year

    Published Thursday 29 October 2015

    Ealing Council’s chief executive Martin Smith has announced that he will be leaving the council in the new year to pursue other interests.

  • Council to promote better mental health

    Published Tuesday 27 October 2015

    An Ealing councillor has been appointed the borough’s new ‘mental health champion’ as part of a national mental health challenge to help sufferers.

  • Sign up for BikeSafe-London and win!

    Published Tuesday 27 October 2015

    Do you ride a motorcycle or scooter in London? Then you could be entitled to a free Rider Skills Day.

  • Ealing Council backs Pitshanger Lane to win London’s best high street competition

    Published Wednesday 21 October 2015

    Ealing Council leader Julian Bell met shopkeepers and other traders to show his support for Pitshanger Lane which is in the running to be named London’s best high street.

  • Council takes tough stand on illegal outbuildings

    Published Wednesday 21 October 2015

    Two unauthorised outhouses were demolished in Southall by Ealing Council at the end of September. This brings the total number of illegal outbuildings taken down in the borough to five within a month.

  • Plans to redevelop council's head office

    Published Wednesday 21 October 2015

    Ealing Council’s cabinet has agreed to take forward plans to redevelop its current head offices in Ealing Broadway.

  • Exhibit at Ealing’s Wedding Fair

    Published Tuesday 20 October 2015

    Businesses providing wedding services are being invited by Ealing Council to sign-up to exhibit at next year’s Ealing Wedding Fair, at Ealing Town Hall on Saturday, 6 February.

  • Apprenticeship pledges piling in

    Published Tuesday 20 October 2015

    More than 30 businesses have already pledged their support to Ealing Council’s 100 day apprenticeship recruitment drive with promises to set up 72 apprenticeship opportunities so far.

  • Tis the season to get organised

    Published Tuesday 20 October 2015

    Ealing Council’s hospitality and events team is helping make planning for Christmas easier by hosting parties in Ealing Town Hall from as little as £27 per person.

  • Don’t miss the high schools deadline

    Published Monday 19 October 2015

    Parents of children due to start high school in September 2016 are being reminded that the deadline for applications is this month.

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