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Ealing high street shortlisted for award

Pitshanger Lane is one of three finalists in the London category for the Great British High Street competition.

CPO approved for cultural quarter

Land Securitiesí £100 million Filmworks cultural quarter in Ealing is set to go ahead after the council was given approval for a compulsory purchase order (CPO) for the site by the secretary of state.

Sports centre plans to go ahead

The deputy mayor has given the green light to Queens Park Rangers (QPR) football club for its plans to redevelop Warren Farm Sports Centre, after the councilís decision to grant approval for the scheme raised controversy with environmental campaigners.

Safety first for National Grid

National Grid hosted a cycle and pedestrian safety session last month at Ealing, Hammersmith and West London College, next to the Southall Gas Works site, which is soon to be redeveloped.

Chief executive to move on

Ealingís chief executive, Martin Smith, has announced that he will leave the council after six years in the job.

Brompton gears up for Ealing move

Internationally recognised cycling brand, Brompton Bicycle, is moving to bigger premises in Greenford, Ealing, to increase production as demand for its bikes soars.

Axa to fund £17 million hotel

Axa Real Estate has agreed to fund Investra Developmentís £17 million hotel scheme in Ealing.

Architect draws up redevelopment plans

Architectural firm Allies and Morrison has submitted plans to redevelop a site around Ealing Broadway station.

Broadway Living on Radio 4

The recent edition of BBC Radio 4 consumer affairs show, You & Yours, featured a discussion about councils which are setting up their own housing companies, including Ealing's Broadway Living.

Ruislip Road homes approved

Ealing Council has given the green light for the demolition of offices on Ruislip Road to pave the way for 50 homes.

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