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This is absolutely shocking. I had a look yesterday and it looks like a bombsite.It’s definitely worth taking this further.Anyone affected by the building collapse could consider these steps if they have not already done so: 1) Report the incident to Ealing Council. Because it relates to a “dangerous structure”, Building Control is your best bet on 020 8825 8230. The more people who report this, the better. You can also email Building Control at bcontrol@ealing.gov.uk2) You should also report the incident to the HSE (Health & Safety Executive). HSE’s brief covers building sites. You can call them on 0300 003 1647.3) You could also let the media know:BBC London: yourlondon@bbc.co.ukITV News London: contactus@itvlondon.comEvening Standard: news@standard.co.uk (020 3615 2500)The key details appear to be these: Nature of incident: Building collapse adjacent to public highway; possible release of asbestos; permission for demolition not granted.Location of incident: 51 Carlyle Road and 29A Junction Rd, Ealing, London W5 4XP (note: give both addresses because it’s a split site and only one of them is likely to have been used for the planning application).Developer: “Luxgrove Homes”. This is part of “Luxgrove Capital Partners”.“Luxgrove Homes” gives its address as:Top Floor, 125 Gloucester Rd, London, SW7 4TEinfo@luxgrovehomes.com0203 500 4625The directors of Luxgrove Capital Partners are William Durrell McKenna, Marko Mikac and Lachlan Alexander Ross, according to Companies House.This is a serious and important issue and it deserves much wider attention.Good luck!

David Marshall ● 171d