|It's A Week Of Deadlines In Acton - Make Your Voice Heard!|
Town Hall, the Census, West London Waste Plan, CPZs
This is a week of consultation deadlines in Acton W3 and the time when residents' opinions really count. There are several consultations ending this week, all of which are crucial to the future of Acton. It's not always easy to find these documents on the Council website, so here's a roundup of what's happening this week.
Acton Town Hall Redevelopment
West London Waste Plan
Acton resident Gillian Lesh wrote to ActonW3.com with her concerns about the WLWP and urged residents to voice their opinions before the 25th March deadline.
"Ealing Council have proposed 6 sites between Central Middx Hospital, North Acton, and Old Oak Common Lane to deal with rubbish / waste from no fewer than 6 London boroughs. This waste will be transported to the site and away again. We are already having to tolerate cross rail work, losing a lane of the A40 for the Olympics and possibly tunnelling at Hanger Lane for the high speed train. The area is already full of HGVs, skips, large vehicles using residential roads as cut throughs. This area is already one of the highest polluted areas in London with the cement works and skip company based at Acton Main Line. There are already properties in Lowfield Rd shaking with the investigative works for the cross rail."
West London Waste Plan Ealing Consultation.
More information on the Census can be found here.
There are a number of current Controlled Parking Zone (CPZ) consultations underway in Acton right now. The Buxton Gardens CPZ review deadline is March 31st, while the Acton Central CPZ Zone K and K1 consultations started this week and ends on 15th April.
Both consultations can be found on Ealing Council's website.