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203275FULR3 | Demolition of existing buildings and phased redevelopment of the site to provide a mixed-use development comprising residential, office, civic/community uses and flexible non-residential floor space, below ground ancillary space (plant, car and cycle parking space, etc.), replacement and relocation of the existing sub-station, associated enabling landscape and public realm works and provision of new pedestrian and vehicle access. (Regulation 3 Application by London Borough of Ealing) (Amended Plans and Additional Documentation). This application is accompanied by an Environmental Statement required by the Town and Country Planning (Environmental Impact Assessment) Regulations, 2017. The proposals comprise a Major Development that may be likely to affect the character or setting of listed buildings and/or of a Conservation Area. (Please note this is a Re-Consultation in relation to: (1) Amended Plans and Additional Documentation received in respect of the planning application below and (2) Further Information in relation to the Environmental Impact Assessment, for which a formal notice has been placed in the Press). | London Borough Of Ealing Perceval House 14-16 Uxbridge Road Ealing London W5 2HL
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  • Comments Received: 2338
  • Objections: 2326
  • Supporting: 11
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Mrs Zoe Lashley 3 Evesham Close Greenford UB69TF (Objects)

Comment submitted date: Mon 05 Apr 2021

This plan lacks enough truly affordable housing. It is too tall , blocking light from neighbouring residents and will push local amenities and services beyond breaking point by increasing the residential population much higher than the area can support.

Mr Stephen Clarke 8 Carlton Gardens Ealing London W5 2AN (Objects)

Comment submitted date: Sun 04 Apr 2021

How can Ealing council possibly agree to a 26 storey monstrosity on the very boarder of the historic centre and conservation area? Broadly the proposals are fine, but 26 stories is just not acceptable

Mr dominic walters 38 dudley gardens London W139lt (Objects)

Comment submitted date: Fri 02 Apr 2021

Another disaster from our council. Remove the council and these crazy money making plans.

Comment submitted date: Wed 03 Feb 2021

This is a disgusting eye sore and will only help our council ruin ealing.

Mrs Valerie Connett 20 Castlebar Court Queens Walk London W5 1TP (Objects)

Comment submitted date: Thu 01 Apr 2021


Miss Hayley Kandt Flat 9 queens walk house Queens walk London W5 1tg (Objects)

Comment submitted date: Thu 01 Apr 2021

Why are we removing council premises to add more housing when there already isn't enough services for current residents? People are leaving London in droves. We need to keep the services we have.

Mrs Mita Gohel 117 Westfield Road London W139JD (Objects)

Comment submitted date: Thu 01 Apr 2021

Ealing needs more FREEHOLD family homes, not unsustainable leasehold properties. Homes should be made to house your local residents not house oversees investors as per Dickens Yard a ghost town.

Tower blocks are not in keeping with local architecture and out of Ealing character.

We need more truely affordable council homes which accommodate families who really need it, this proposal clearly highlights that this proposal has no intention to cover London's need for council homes. It's about corruption and greed.

Comment submitted date: Sun 11 Oct 2020

Tower blocks are not great for mental health of our community we simply do not have enough outside space for children to play. This was apparent when in lockdown our parks were oversubscribed. Extra people this will become worse. There's a need for family homes with gardens. If required please build in suitable areas like park royal where tower blocks are already established. Random blocks in random car parks or disused space isn't athestically acceptable, by creating these youre creating ugly landscapes and ghettos thus relating in the demise of Ealing as a happy family neighbourhood. We don't want ghettos for our children. Please research the antisocial behaviour in years to come with tower block.

Mr Philip Clarkson 24 Green Avenue Ealing London W13 9RW (Objects)

Comment submitted date: Thu 01 Apr 2021

I think this proposed building is totally out of character with area and will destroy the charm of the centre of Ealing.

Mr Laurence Kaye 22 lyncroft gardens London W139PU (Objects)

Comment submitted date: Thu 01 Apr 2021

I object to this development & object to the council's underhand tactics to seek approval. The development needs to be rethought & the council needs to be replaced.

Mrs Marianne Harvey 39 Fordhook Avenue London W53LS (Objects)

Comment submitted date: Thu 01 Apr 2021

This is going to kill Ealing. Please let us remain human in a human environment

Ms Charlotte Berridge 12 Glenfield Road London W13 9JZ (Objects)

Comment submitted date: Thu 01 Apr 2021

Far too tall and insensitive to the character & architecture of historic Ealing.

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