What do You want for Ealing?


 

The Central Ealing Neighbourhood Forum (CENF) was formed in 2012 by key stakeholders in Central Ealing to develop a Neighbourhood Plan for the town.  We’ve been working on ideas which people have contributed from across the area, after we asked for your views in a public consultation in 2014. We received over 300 suggestions and have since turned these ideas into practical policies in a draft local plan. You can get now comment on what we’ve done through the questionnaire on this site, or by talking about it on Facebook (/CentralEalingForum) or Twitter (@EalingForum) to show your support.
 
 
Who are we

 

 
The Forum is a voluntary organisation bringing together residents, community groups, businesses and key stakeholders. It aims to deliver projects that will give Ealing a vital, thriving and sustainable town centre.  


Anyone can take part.  If you’re passionate about Ealing and want to see it rise to the challenges of a rising population, competition from shopping centre development elsewhere and the pressures that Crossrail will bring, this is for you!

 

A forum, a plan

 

The Forum is recognised under the Localism Act as a body set up to create a Neighbourhood Plan. The plan will help shape the future we want to see for Central Ealing, which is officially a ‘business area’ stretching from Haven Green to the University and including the ‘office quarter’ to the west.
 
 
 
 
Passionate about Ealing? 
Want to transform it with inspiring projects? 
Looking to bring your ideas to life, discuss innovative new initiatives and help build our new neighbourhood plan?   
 
 
To develop your ideas – click here. The details are now waiting for your comments.

 
See the draft of our plan for central Ealing here.

Deadline for responses: 31 March 2016