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What the development is expected to look like from Uxbridge Road. Image Credit: Ealing Council planning documents

THE approval of the redevelopment of Perceval House by Ealing's planning committee 'cannot stand' due to technical errors, the council has announced.

Members of the committee will reconvene to reconsider the controversial application after the meeting being live streamed on March 10 was cut off and crucial parts of the debate and the vote, were not publicly broadcast.

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Ealing Council has received £9,872,400 in Additional Restrictions Grants funding

AS of February 24, Ealing Council had failed to make any funds available to businesses struggling with the impact of the coronavirus pandemic, despite receiving nearly £10 million in government funds.

The Events Industry Alliance (EIA), which represents the UK's event organisers, venues and suppliers, submitted Freedom of Information (FoI) requests to the 314 councils across the country who are responsible for distributing the Additional Restrictions Grants (ARG).

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Acton Main Line station was originally opened in 1868. Image Credit: Transport for London

ACTON Main Line has become the latest TfL Rail station to undergo a renovation and now has a new ticket hall, along with step-free access to and from platforms.

In preparation for the launch of the Elizabeth Line next year, Network Rail has transformed the station – which was originally opened in 1868 – by building a spacious new ticket hall that also includes gateways, along with lifts serving both platforms.

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What the redeveloped Perceval House could look like from the Uxbridge Road. Image Credit: Ealing Council planning documents

"PUBLIC faith in the council is ebbing away", a member of the public warned Ealing Council bosses as the fallout over plans for the rebuilding of Perceval House continues.

Ealing's top team met in a cabinet meeting on Tuesday, March 16, to discuss next steps for the demolition and redevelopment of the council headquarters building.

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