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News published October 2016

  • Ealing Council rewards businesses who pay a fair day’s wage

    Published Monday 31 October 2016

    To mark London Living Wage Week the council is reminding businesses that they can benefit from a business rate discount as part of the council’s commitment to ensure local workers are better paid.

  • Enjoy food, recycle the scraps

    Published Wednesday 26 October 2016

    Ealing Council is reminding residents to think green while celebrating Diwali, Halloween and Bonfire Night.

  • Heathrow - council leader's reaction

    Published Tuesday 25 October 2016

    Ealing Council's leader, Councillor Julian Bell, has promised to protect the interests of local residents following news that the government supports the expansion of Heathrow Airport.

  • Work starts on Southall Manor House transformation

    Published Monday 24 October 2016

    Councillor Julian Bell, leader of Ealing Council, joined Garry Phillips, chief executive of Ealing, Hammersmith and West London’s College on Monday, 24 October to see for themselves work starting on the £1.5million project to transform Southall Manor House into a centre of excellence for the hospitality industry.

  • Northolt residents can return to their homes

    Published Monday 24 October 2016

    Northolt residents affected by the serious incident in Wood End Lane over the weekend of 21 to 23 October are now able to return to their homes.

  • Ealing Council commits to assist vulnerable children from Calais

    Published Thursday 20 October 2016

    Ealing Council yesterday pledged to take 10 of the most vulnerable unaccompanied children from the Calais camp.

  • Show off your wedding wares at the Wedding Fair

    Published Thursday 20 October 2016

    Businesses providing wedding services can now sign-up to exhibit at next year’s Ealing Wedding Fair, at Ealing Town Hall.

  • Courts slams persistent lawbreaker with huge fine

    Published Wednesday 19 October 2016

    Ealing Council has taken legal action against, Fawanees shisha lounge, Hanger Lane, after council officers found them persistently breaking the law on smoking in enclosed premises.

  • Cabinet to consider proposals to plug in-year financial shortfall

    Published Tuesday 18 October 2016

    Ealing Council’s cabinet will tonight consider proposals to plug a £15million funding gap following an unforeseen increase in demand in social care coupled with on-going reductions in central government funding.

  • Council on track to create 100 new apprenticeships

    Published Tuesday 18 October 2016

    Ealing Council has already received 72 pledges to create new apprenticeships from 36 businesses for this year’s 100 in 100 campaign.

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