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This is a special page with items concerning West Ealing and Hanwell
Further regular updates will apear on our main page as things happen!
NEW 8th February 2018: Ealing Council publish consultation for West Ealing station area
Crossrail complementary measures.
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Ealing Council are consulting about possible changes to the area around West Ealing station to prepare for the anticipated increased demand in the area as a result of crossrail at the station.
You can see the consultation documents (both the document and proposed plan of the area) on the council's West Ealing consultation web page The consultation closes on 26th February 2018
New 7th July 2017: Information for Hanwell and West Ealing supporters
Here are a few new items of interest to our West Ealing and Hanwell supporters.
West Ealing Centre
Neighbourhood Forum (EWCNF) has more about this site listed as "asset
6" on their web page at http://www.wecnf.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/WECNF-Heritage-Assets.pdf
2. There is also a current planning application for replacement of nearly all the little cottages between the gym and Lidl entrance in Hanwell (they were built in about 1715) and later with the front gardens were built over to provide the shops. The development will be of up to 10 storeys of 63 units mixed between studios and 3 bed flats. Amazingly, the scheme describes the block as Marshall house (after the designer of guitar amplifiers which were made in one of those shops)
The Planning application is ref: 172913FUL: 64-66 and 70-88 Uxbridge Road, Hanwell W7 3SU which you can see via the Ealing planning application website at https://pam.ealing.gov.uk/online-applications/ - which was broken but is now working again!
Ealing today published an report on this application a while ago and it can be seen on their website
3. UPDATED 7th July 2017 Full details have not yet been published but there are plans to replace the Wickes/Nissan site on Boston Road. There may be up to 300 residential units (including 58 "affordable units") with 83 car spaces and over 300 cycle spaces with a new "Village Square" and play places.
A2 Dominion’s PR team organised a pre-planning exhibition on Wednesday 5 July 4-7pm and on Saturday 8 July 2-4pm.
Also Ealing Today have a few more details on their website
The next steps are to review the scheme and the consultation in August for a planning application to be made in September for possible presentaion to Ealing planning committe and, unless refused, to start construction in 2019. When more information is available, we will try to update this web site.
It is not known if Wickes will take over one of the proposed shops but it must be doubtful knowing how much space they need for the retail area, the service area and especially for customer parking. Is this the end of yet another useful store?
You can get a flavour of the scheme by looking at the images below and see a larger version of some of the proposed buildings by clicking on them.