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Help shape Ealing Council’s priorities for housing in Ealing **(closing on Friday 8 April)**

Help shape Ealing Council’s priorities for housing in Ealing

Ealing Council is seeking views on housing and homelessness in the borough to help inform the development of a new housing & homelessness strategy.

This information will be used to help inform our new five-year housing and homelessness strategy. There will be further consultation on the draft strategy itself and the delivery plan later this year.

As you are aware; housing plays an important role in the health, social, environmental and economic wellbeing of everyone who lives in the borough. The housing and homelessness strategy will aim to identify the key issues around housing and homelessness in Ealing and set out the vision and plans to address those issues for the borough. It will cover all types of private and affordable tenures of housing and complements the Local Plan, which focuses on the spatial plans and planning policies for housing.

Your views

For individuals living and working in the borough the survey focuses on housing issues and future aspirations. We are also seeking the views of stakeholders with an interest in housing issues including; landlords, developers, public sector organisations, armed forces / veteran support organisations, the community and voluntary sector and registered providers of social housing. There is also an opportunity to comment in more detail on the six emerging priority areas which are to:

  • Increase the supply of homes in Ealing
  • Support high quality, sustainable homes and neighbourhoods
  • Work to prevent homelessness and rough sleeping
  • Provide well- managed, genuinely affordable homes
  • Tackle housing inequality in the borough
  • Safer, better managed private rented homes

The survey along with further information is live on the Council’s website until Friday 8 April:





The Safer Ealing Partnership want to make the borough of Ealing safer for women and girls.-Focus groups15th February or 28th February 2022.

The Safer Ealing Partnership want to make the borough of Ealing safer for women and girls.-Focus groups15th February or 28th February 2022.

The Safer Ealing Partnership want to make the borough of Ealing safer for women and girls.15th February or 28th February 2022.

Following the recent tragic deaths of four women who were murdered in public spaces across London, the partnership has launched a listening exercise that aims to gain an understanding of the experiences and perceptions of safety for women and girls.
All women and girls who live, work and travel in and around Ealing are welcome to share their experiences.
These focus groups will expand on the questions discussed in the online survey. They will give a forum to women to tell us what they want us to know about safety in the borough. Sessions will be in small groups, with a facilitator present to support with the discussion.

Sessions will be held via Teams, it is quick and easy to download or can be accessed via an internet browser. Participants are welcome to keep their camera off in the session if they would feel more comfortable doing so.

For those that sign up, further details will be provided to ensure that it is a safe environment for all those attending to have their views heard. Spaces are limited. We will try to add more dates to accommodate as many participants as possible but would encourage you to sign up early.

Thank you for sharing your views and experiences so far. We hope that you will be able to join one of our focus groups so we can better understand the many responses that we have received to date and better respond to women’s concerns. We look forward to seeing you at the sessions.
Please note:
Audio of the sessions will be recorded only for the purposes of capturing views, these will be kept confidential and any views shared will be kept anonymous.
Participants must be female and live, work or travel in Ealing.

Please enrol if you are interested, there are two dates 15th February or 28th February 2022.
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Ealing’s Parks need You!  Join Ealing Parks Foundation as a  Voluntary Trustee

Ealing’s Parks need You! Join Ealing Parks Foundation as a Voluntary Trustee

Ealing’s Parks need You!
Join Ealing Parks Foundation as a
Voluntary Trustee

Do you live, work or visit the London Borough of Ealing? Do you want to be part of an
organisation that works with local communities to enhance Ealing’s 140 plus parks and green
spaces, that promotes biodiversity, volunteering and park-based activities for all ages and

The Ealing Parks Foundation (EPF) is London’s very first Parks Foundation; we are seeking to
recruit up to four new Trustees, plus a Youth Trustee/Ambassador, to add to the existing team
of six, to help with our growth and expansion, and to take advantage of the many
Equality Diversity and Inclusion

We welcome applications from everyone regardless of age, gender, ethnicity, sexual
orientation, socio-economic group, disability or faith. As those from ethnically diverse
backgrounds and younger age groups are currently underrepresented on the Trust Board,
applications from those candidates are particularly encouraged. We also welcome individuals
who use/ have connections with the communities/ parks/ green spaces of Acton, Greenford,
Hanwell, Northolt, Perivale and Southall.
But of course, THE most important thing is your passion for the parks and green spaces in the
London Borough of Ealing.
EPF is also interested in appointing an additional Youth Trustee/Advisor to bring a different
perspective to the future work of EPF. To apply for this role you should be between 18 – 25.

What’s in it for You?

Becoming a trustee with Ealing Parks Foundation will give you the opportunity to:
• Contribute skills and lived experience to supporting community and environmental
projects to have a positive impact on Ealing’s parks and green spaces.
• Give you a voice in your community
• Join a friendly and motivated board of trustees
• Gain hands on and strategic board experience in a range of projects and initiatives
To download additional information, role descriptions and an Application Form please go to:
If you would like to find out more before applying we will be holding an open session on Zoomdate to be announced. If you are interested in this please send your email address
to and we will contact you with the details

The COMMUNITY MILE -The Mason Foundation

The COMMUNITY MILE -The Mason Foundation

A one-mile, structured or unstructured route, delivered in (and by) local communities and workplaces:
• The Mason Mile is a collection of different communitybased miles, where everyone can come together to walk
and talk (or jog) their mile, regardless of ability or disability; helping people to become happier, healthier,
and more active.
• Delivered through community and workplaces, it is the starting point by providing a gentle nudge into fun, easy
to do, regular activity; identifiable to all and with no kit or membership required.
• We support and empower the local community to set up,and deliver and do ‘Their Mile, Their Way’, in the
community, for the community, by the community


Please find the Community Mile Commitment forms on the link below, which detail the training content for each module.

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