Category Archives: community services

Southall’s Poor Urban Environment

Southall Opportunity Area Planning Framework, a document produced by Ealing and the GLA, is supposed to be a road-map for regenerating Southall for the next 20 years. On page 25, the report comments that “On a daily basis, Southall’s streets are very highly … Continue reading

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No Change: Southall Councillors Continue to Fail Residents

In our article titled “Cleaner Streets??” printed on January 2007 to highlight the constant dumping of rubbish in The Green, we published the following photo On his walkabout in Southall, councillor Phil Taylor unsurprisingly also spotted the flytip problem at … Continue reading

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Ealing Hospital Under Threat

If the NHS London plan to downgrade Ealing Hospital goes through unchallenged all acute services such as Emergency services, Maternity, Paediatrics and A&E may end up being scrapped. Read more at Ealing Hospital Save Our Services campaign and at Ealing … Continue reading

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Last Rounds at Norwood Green Police Station?

According to the ‘Asset Management Plan’ report published by the Metropolitan Police in November 2007, police buildings have to be modernised to provide a more accessible, flexible and effective police service. The report claims that proposed changes to police buildings … Continue reading

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Asset Stripping by Stealth?

Plans are afoot by Ealing council to pass on control the Dominion Arts Centre, based in The Green, Southall to a third party. It was clear from the ‘Save The Dominion Centre’ public meeting on 12th March 2007, held appropriately … Continue reading

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