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News published November 2015

  • Pitshanger Lane named London’s best high street

    Published Wednesday 30 December 2015

    Traders are celebrating after Pitshanger Lane was named London’s best high street in the Great British High Street awards.

  • A furry special gift for Christmas

    Published Monday 30 November 2015

    Ealing Council has the perfect gift for the animal lovers this Christmas with a great offer on animal encounters and adoptions of animals living at the Brent Lodge Animal Centre,

  • Turning empty properties into homes

    Published Friday 27 November 2015

    This year to mark Empty Homes Week, 30 November - 6 December, Ealing Council is highlighting the assistance it offers to property owners who want to bring their empty homes back into use.

  • Ealing wins award for outhouse project

    Published Wednesday 30 December 2015

    Ealing Council has scooped an esteemed planning industry award for its outhouse project in partnership with Ivy Legal.

  • More savings agreed as council grapples with £205million of cuts

    Published Wednesday 25 November 2015

    Ealing Council’s cabinet has agreed proposals to scale back local services as the borough struggles to deal with government cuts which are now expected to total £205million over the decade.

  • Council takes swift action to close disorderly flat

    Published Tuesday 24 November 2015

    Ealing Council has obtained a court order to close a privately-rented property in Northolt that had become a magnet for anti-social behaviour, just weeks after becoming aware of the disturbances.

  • Council takes swift action to close disorderly flat

    Published Tuesday 24 November 2015

    Ealing Council has obtained a court order to close a privately-rented property in Northolt that had become a magnet for anti-social behaviour, just weeks after becoming aware of the disturbances.

  • Ealing Council looks for Town Hall development partner

    Published Thursday 19 November 2015

    Ealing Council is inviting proposals to safeguard the future of Ealing Town Hall and breathe new life into the building.

  • Deeper cuts bring more pain as council loses £205million over the decade

    Published Wednesday 18 November 2015

    Ealing Council’s cabinet will meet next week to consider deeper cuts to local services as it grapples with saving £205million from its budget over the decade.

  • Green is the new black

    Published Tuesday 17 November 2015

    Ealing Council is asking Black Friday shoppers to dispose of their old, unwanted electricals responsibly by recycling broken items using one of 15 sites across the borough or donating to charity.

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