Help us get to YES
Our campaign is now under way. To get the right result in the 12 October referendum, we still need volunteers to deliver our information leaflet to houses in the area entitled to vote - see map below. Or help by making a donation to our campaign.
Contact us at ealingneighbourhood @gmail.com.
How say YES
Polling cards were expected to be distributed in the week beginning 17 September.
If you're not on the Electoral Roll, the deadline for householder elector registration is Tuesday, 26 September. Businesses must be registered by Wednesday, 27 September 2017.
You can register for a postal vote using the form that can be downloaded here, or call the Council's Elections Office at at 020 8825 7777.
Applications for postal votes must reach the Electoral Registration Officer, Ealing Council, Room B22, Town Hall, New Broadway, London W5 2BY, by 5pm on Wednesday, 27 September 2017.
Vote for the Neighbourhood Plan
On Thursday, 12 October homes and businesses in central Ealing will vote in a Referendum on the question:
Do you want Ealing Council to use the Neighbourhood Plan for Central Ealing to help decide planning applications in the Neighbourhood area?
The answer has to be YES.
The Central Ealing Neighbourhood Plan (CENP) will influence how Ealing's town centre develops in the years to 2026. It will guide how planned changes can respond to the challenge and opportunity brought by a rapidly increasing population and improved transport access, while preserving Ealing's distinctive and historic character.
If adopted, CENP will become part of the statutory development plan for Central Ealing, and directly influence decisions on local planning applications.
The Plan's vision is that Central Ealing will once again be a sought-after destination and a natural focus for both the Borough and the West London sub-region, for the benefit of those who live, work or study in the area. Full details here.