Four community projects in Ealing have been awarded funding to "create a new sense of community."
As part of Ealing Council 's second Transform Your Space initiative, The Piggeries Orchard, the Katherine Buchan Meadow project, Transforming Copley Close and Garden 4 Everyone projects were named as winners.
The Transforming Copley Close project will be given £64,307 over two years to help develop communal garden areas and transform a piece of disused woodland on Copley Estate, West Ealing.
Katherine Buchan Meadows will bring an unnoticed, unloved green space in Old Hanwell, Ealing, back to life with a boost of £46,347.
The Piggeries Orchard project, Hanwell , Ealing, has been awarded £15,188 to help transform a route along the Grand Union Canal into an urban wildlife and nature beauty spot.
And The Garden 4 Everyone project in Acton , Ealing, will be given £45,000 to help transform an open space into a communal garden for local people to enjoy.
Cabinet member for environment and transport, Councillor Bassam Mahfouz, said: "We asked residents to really think big with their ideas to transform unloved areas into ones that the whole community could be proud and take ownership of.
"I am really pleased with the four projects we have chosen. They are a great example of what can be done when people come together, share their ideas and pledge their support to make it happen.
"Being able to transform even small spaces can make a really big difference to where people live and create a new sense of community."