Summaries of our Newsletters
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Updates from the Chair on the big development issues around The Town Hall (esp Victoria Hall), Perceval House, Filmworks and the West Ealing Towers, as well as alerting us to some of the "try it on" proposals. Also, we have yuletide reports from Loveday and Waldemar, and the quarterly Police SNT report. The Eighth Music and Film Festival is now upon us, and we reflect on the ES Devlin exhibition at Pitzhanger Manger, now extended to 9th February.
|January||2020||Please login to download|
|Walpole Now 99||
Proposed developments that will change our skyline, for ever: the redevelopment of Perceval House, including some 500 new flats, and the two 25/26 storey residential towers on Hastings and Manor Roads. We welcome the New Inn as members and report on our AGM and the Walpole Summer Festival, along with our regular update on our fabulous parks, the Manor and Gallery.
|September||2019||Please login to download|
|Walpole Now 98||
Plans for developing a mixed use scheme at Perceval House and a hotel at The Town Hall. Change of Parking Payment Provider. Parks Management and the recent Planting Day. Pitzhanger Manor and Gallery reopening. Local Policing - update. Reflection on the 2019 Ealing Music and Film Festival.
|April||2019||Please login to download|
|Walpole Now 97||
Beware: new CPZ charges! WRA joins the London-wide tree planting initiative. The latest news on the Town Hall. The Council plans to create the Ealing Parks Foundation. Progress in the Parks with Green Flags for both Walpole and Lammas Parks, and Pitzhanger Manor progresses. Our plans for a "membership drive".
|December||2018||Please login to download|
|Walpole Now 96||
Summer 2018 and every development in the Centre of Ealing is moving slowly; we have updates on the Cinema Site, Town Hall and 10-18 The Broadway. Also the AGM, our Parks and Walpole's new restaurant, Walpole Police Matters and Croquet
|August||2018||Please login to download|
|Walpole Now 95||
Updates on local planning - including Grosvenor House, Filmworks and 10-40 The Broadway - news about The Croquet Club in Lammas Park, report from the Music and Film Festival, Spring in Walpole Park, more on Parkour, the latest on Pitzhanger Manor
|April||2018||Please login to download|
|Walpole Now 94||
Voting in support of the Central Ealing Neighbourhood Plan, New CPZ, Parkour, Walpole Park achieves GOLD, Open Days at Northfield Allotments, The Ealing Half-Marathon and SNT update
|December||2017||Please login to download|
|Walpole Now 93||
In this issue, we report on the AGM, kindly hosted by and held at UWL. The Chair reported on the year's activities, with a particular focus on the increasing number of planning applications reviewed. The Guest Speaker was Paul Nasjarek, CEO of Ealing Council, giving his personal insights into his first 15 months in office.
|August||2017||Please login to download|
|Walpole Now 92||
Spring has arrived in Ealing - wonderful cherry blossom - and now new trees are being planted to replace the 92 that have been removed by the Council. Can you think of a "concrete wasteland" location that would benefit from some Mayoral funding? Fundamentally, we continue to respond, often with objections, to Planning Applications (for example 20 out of 51 recent applications).
|April||2017||Please login to download|
|Walpole Now 91||
Christmas Rush Edition - the new website is live; The February 2017 Music and Film (Valentine) Festival is on the near horizon: Celebrating Ealing's Cultural Heart again
|December||2016||Please login to download|