Can the Liberal's story be true - http://www.ealingtoday.co.uk/default.asp?section=community&link=http://neighbournet.com/server/common/eacouncil218.htmIf it is, glad you voted Labour?
Peter King ● 3d11 Comments ● 21h
It's very important to divert scant resources to investigating the possible legalisation of weed....... 🤣Many would say it's virtually "legal" as it is, and has been for quite some time.
Rosco White ● 1d4 Comments ● 21h
After no less than 5 previous failed planning applications and appeals during the last two years, the High Court was today asked to rule that the Secretary of State's Planning Inspector was wrong to dismiss an appeal against an LBE Enforcement Notice which requires the removal of an overbearing and unneighbourly climbing frame structure erected without planning permission in a private garden on the Haymills Estate in Ealing.The High Court has now dismissed this latest appeal on all five grounds. The Court thus upholds the Decision of the Planning Inspector earlier this year, who refused to cancel the Enforcement Notice and grant planning permission. The High Court awarded costs in the amount of £6,000 against the appellant - reduced from over £7,000 claimed by the Secretary of State after the appellant, a company director, stated through her barrister, that she is unemployed. Victor Mishiku - "The Covenant Movement" 10th May 2022.
Victor Mishiku ● 5d6 Comments ● 1d
Hi does anyone know or could recommend a carpenter to put wooded flooring. Just for the hallway landing.Thank you.
Caroline frederick ● 9d1 Comments ● 2d
Looks fairly new.
Nicholas Black ● 3d0 Comments ● 3d
This chap seems REMARKABLY interested in schools (with playing fields).https://globe.adsbexchange.com/?icao=407691He has flown over more than 20 schools since 12:30. The helicopter is registered to a property developer. Currently over Northolt (Willow Tree Primary School).
David Marshall ● 25d5 Comments ● 3d
..about the Tories losing long held seats in Ealing on the promise of ripping out all the LTNs and cycle lanes and stopping any more, but it's taking me quite a long time to find my tiny violin.I'll be back...
Paul Richard James ● 5d20 Comments ● 3d
Prompted by an article about the election in Hounslow borough I checked the Electoral Calculus web site to look at recent voting patterns.
This showed that at the last general election (2019) Ealing Broadway ward, Ealing Common ward , Hanger Hill ward and Northfield ward all voted Labour and the latest detailed survey (March) predicted them doing so by a substantial margin.
This is of course for Westminster voting rather than local elections but the survey was also before the issuance of FPNS to Johnson and Sunak and the rise in energy bills and 'Tractorgate'.
If this pattern is replicated on Thursday there would be no Tory MPs on Ealing Council.
I am not sufficiently well informed to say whether this is a reliable indicator or not but it would be a shocking outcome for the Ealing Conservatives.
Gordon Southwell ● 12d18 Comments ● 9d
Has anyone else encountered problems using the Ealing Council Website recently? I have been trying to renew my Garden Waste Collection but end up going around in circles and getting nowhere fast!Who designs these websites? They are certainly not user friendly! Any suggestions please?
Jean F Fernandez ● 12d5 Comments ● 11d
https://ealingmatters.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2022/04/220428-State-of-Ealing-report-final.pdfAt last a survey although slightly not representative of Ealing (fully spelt out by the hosts Ealing Residents Associations though) that really gives residents views on the failing Labour administration.
Peter King ● 13d5 Comments ● 12d
Peter Mason boasting on Twitter“@EalingLabour have committed at least £10m to cycling infrastructure. “They’ve got no money, so they sold off our tiny recycling facility. Labour Out!
Maggie Dodge ● 16d10 Comments ● 14d
Please be aware that door to door sales scammers are targeting Ealing. Last night a guy came to my door, he had a large sports holdall and started off saying he was with a charity and gave me a story about being a single dad and an ex-alchoholic. I'm usually good at sending these guys away, but before I knew it he had his bag open and tried to get me to buy some household items. As he got the stuff out he was asking me quite personal questions, have I been working, do I live alone etc. I just said no to all his questions and didn’t give him any details. When I said I didn’t have any cash so couldn’t buy anything, he told me to go to the cashpoint, when I refused he said he could take card. When I told him to put his things away as I wasn’t interested he turned quite nasty. Eventually he took his things off the doorstep and left. It was definitely a scam. I found out that they work in gangs and are trying to work out details of the property, such as who lives there, is there money in the house, to sell to other criminals who later return to burgle the house. Please send these people away or don’t open the door to them and notify any elderly or vulnerable neighbours.
Pamela Gilmore ● 15d1 Comments ● 15d
I'm full of admiration for what campaigners have achieved so far with Warren Farm. The protection of our available green space is very important. However, is it not the case that a demand for a total return to nature would be a step too far. I'm old enough to have participated in sport at Warren Farm and it was criminal that the facilities were allowed to degrade in the way they have. Sports facilities play an equally important role in our well being to nature reserves and restored pitches and changing rooms would probably benefit more people directly particularly in younger age groups. Anyone involved in community team sports knows how challenging it can be to get appropriate facilities and the cost of participation is driven up by a shortage.
Gordon Southwell ● 39d37 Comments ● 15d
Which of your less well-known phone apps would you recommend to me/others? Maximum of 6.1. Inside Time - the national newspaper for prisoners. (the letters pages are a must for riveting reading!)2. Love Clean Streets. (finds your location and the correct local authority, wherever you may be, and reports any issues that you want dealing with - from dead animals to abandoned vehicles and more besides)3. QR Code Reader. (able to create and scan them)4. Stocard. (every loyalty card all in one app - saves wallet space)5. Sainsbury's Smart Shop. (cheaper prices on certain products)6. Tube Map London Underground. (has the exit points of every tube station, and more besides)
Ben Owen ● 46d9 Comments ● 17d
The above flyers received in my letterbox to date, with only one week to go.True to form, it seems the Conservatives are rolling over in Ealing?No idea what the LibDems are up to, but they appear awake and a bit more active than the Conservatives?Whilst the sole Labour propaganda flyer I received was very bland & singularly uninspiring. Crowing about the North Acton Square! 😂 Wot's your score? 😁
Rosco White ● 18d7 Comments ● 17d