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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 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: News London: contactus@itvlondon.comEvening Standard: (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