Hanwell Community Forum are continuing the fight to put a stop to the plans by applying to Ealing Council to nominate Warren Farm in its entirety to be listed as an Asset of Community Value under the Localism Act 2011.
Ealing Council’s leader, Councillor Julian Bell and the Mayor, Councillor Tej Ram Bagha launched the community centre and library, at The Green, Southall by unveiling a commemorative plaque on Friday, November 7.
Police have advised Ealing council to revoke the premises licence of JJ Wines and Spirits, Margaret Road, Southall, after finding half empty bottles of whiskey under the front counter along with plastic cups.
Complete with facial recognition, finger print technology, security guards, high definition CCTV and an alarm system that links straight to the police, Heathrow Safe Deposit Ltd is Southall’s version of Fort Knox.
getwestlondon caught up with the chart-topping artist at his old school Latymer Upper School, in Hammersmith, yesterday, where he led a music workshop as part of the promotional tour for his new album The Mistress II
Southall has earned the nickname ‘Little India’ owing to its large Asian population but it is also a model example of different cultures, backgrounds and faiths co-existing together. With more investment in the area than ever before and a housing boom expected to coincide with the Crossrail project, Southall is on the rise.
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