Links

Local Groups

Ealing Civic Society works to preserve and improve the borough in the following areas: Conservation, Greenspaces, Licensing, Design, Heritage, Planning, Regeneration, Streetscape, Transport.

Acton History Group meets monthly.  It produces publications and a twice yearly magazine.  It arranges visits to places of interest and talks about local places and people.  Click here for a membership form.

Friends of Gunnersbury Park and Museum On this website you can read the latest news, join in the discussions about the future of Gunnersbury and browse through the Friends’ Newsletters.

Local News

Latest news and views about Acton W3

South Acton Ward Councillors

Josh Blacker - josh.blacker@ealing.gov.uk
Yvonne Johnson – yvonne.johnson@ealing.gov.uk
Mik Sabiers -  mik.sabiers@ealing.gov.uk

Ealing Council Information and Services

Mill Hill Park Conservation Area

South Acton Ward Forum

Planning Services

Protection of trees and regulations on works on privately owned trees

Recycling

Refuse Collections

Flytipping

Ealing 24/7: Ealing Council’s new, free app for reporting environmental issues, including flytipping

Graffiti Removal

Private Rented Sector Licensing Schemes  Telephone: 020 8825 9512  Email: prslicensing@ealing.gov.uk

Safer Communities Team.  If you are concerned about crime/anti-social behaviour (ASB) in Acton, you can contact Ealing  Council’s Safer Communities Team who will investigate reports and look at appropriate interventions or enforcement action.  Telephone:  020 8825 5994 (Duty line:  9am-5pm Monday-Friday).  Email: safercommunities@ealing.gov.uk .  Safer Communities help with emerging and reoccurring issues of crime/ASB in our area and work with the police.

Ealing Council Switchboard Telephone: 020 8825 5000

Local Police

South Acton Safer Neighbourhoods Team: Telephone: 020 8649 3574 Email: SouthActon.SNT@met.police.uk

Crime Prevention

The Crime Prevention Website is a large and comprehensive resource for free crime prevention and home security advice online.  It has been written by Calvin Beckford, a retired Metropolitan Police officer, security consultant and author with many years of crime prevention experience. This second link takes you straight to the Home Security Survey page, which is a free (and anonymous) application that helps residents identify their various security risks.

Dealing with Neighbours

Problem Neighbours is a website offering information on how to deal with inconsiderate neighbours. It discusses your rights and the action you can take.  It covers a wide range of issues from noise, parking disputes, trees and overhanging branches to bonfires and smoke.  It also offers tips on how to be a good neighbour.

Regeneration of the South Acton Estate

For information on the regeneration of the estate, visit Acton Gardens.

Missing Pets

For useful links and information on what to do if your pet goes missing, click here.

Acton History

See Acton: then and now for an album of photos of old views of Acton alongside or merged with the same view today.

Acton in Graphic Art

Natalia Povalyaeva from Minsk in Belarus has been in London several times and made many drawings inspired by the city, but she has never visited Acton. But, thanks to the Google Street View service, she took a virtual tour of the area. What she particularly liked was its “town within the town” look and atmosphere.  She has produced 36 graphic images of Acton sights which she wants to share with the community.