HHERA News

Our 2018 AGM will be held on Wednesday 25 April at 1915-1945 at the Church of the Ascension, Beaufort Road, W5

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Look at this video of films created in the 1930s by Alan Dower Blumlein, inventor and electronic engineer, in order to demonstrate stereo sound. He lived at 37 The Ridings where a blue plaque commemorates his life.

https://vimeo.com/239799394

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Top 10 security tips for residents from the Hanger Hill Safer Neighbourhood Team and your Neighbourhood Watch Team are below.



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The 2017 AGM of the Residents' Association took place on Wednesday 17 May at the Church of the Ascension, Beaufort Road, W5.

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Our Spring 2017 newsletter is now out. If you have not received your copy please click the "Newsletters" link on the left.

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Our Autumn 2016 newsletter is now out. If you have not received your copy please click the "Newsletters" link on the left.

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Our Spring 2016 newsletter is now out. If you have not received your copy please click the link on the left. Our 2016 AGM will be held on Wednesday 27 April at 7:30 PM (drinks from 7:15 PM) at the Church of the Ascension, Beaufort Road, W5.

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Our Autumn 2015 newsletter is now out. If you have not received your copy please click the link on the left.

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As a result of pressure from local residents in Connell Crescent and your residents' association together with the help of our local councillors "no entry for vehicles from 3-7pm" signs have been installed at the entrance to Connell Crescent at Hanger Green. These are designed to prevent rat running traffic avoiding traffic jams on the slip road to the Hanger Lane gyratory during the evening rush hour period. The restriction is now being fully enforced by CCTV following a period of advisory warnings so make sure you are not caught out!

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There will be no PlayStreet in Boileau Road during August. The event will restart on Sunday, 20 September with the final one for 2015 on Sunday 18 October.

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The next PlayStreet event in Boileau Road will take place on Sunday, 19 July from 2-4 pm. As before, the road closure except for access by residents will extend between the junctions with Golf Road and Hanger Vale Lane.

It is planned that future PlayStreet days will be on the third Sunday of each month.
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A trial PlayStreet event will be held in Boileau Road on Sunday May 17th between 2pm and 4pm.

More details are available in the letter at the link below.

Click here to download this file
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HHERA Annual General Meeting 2015

The 2015 Annual General Meeting of Hanger Hill (East) Residents' Association (HHERA) was held at 7:45 pm on WEDNESDAY 29TH APRIL 2015 at the Church of the Ascension, Beaufort Road, Ealing W5. A full report is available on our AGM pages (click link on left).
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If you find a 'Repossession Notice' attached to the front of your house in the morning - don't worry. They appeared overnight on several houses in the area in November 2014 and are a scam. Do not call the number or use the email address shown. You should however inform the Police using the Safer Neighbourhoods team number 020 8721 2947 or by dialling the non-emergency Police number 101.
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The 2014 Annual General Meeting of Hanger Hill (East) Residents' Association (HHERA) was held on WEDNESDAY 30TH APRIL 2014 at the Church of the Ascension, Beaufort Road, Ealing. A full report is available on our AGM pages (click link on left).
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A plaque to commemorate John Compton, organ builder, was unveiled at 37 Audley Road, W5 on Monday 20 May 2013.

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For details of how construction work at the new Vale Lane school will affect the area please click on link to left.


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HHERA Annual General Meeting 2012
 
The 2012 Annual General Meeting of Hanger Hill (East) Residents' Association (HHERA) will be held at 7:45 pm on WEDNESDAY 25TH APRIL 2012 at the Church of the Ascension, Beaufort Road, Ealing W5 (drinks and light refreshments from 7.00 pm)
 
Full details of the meeting are available on the Annual General Meeting page. Please click on link on left.
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Arcadia and Dickens Yard Developments (update -- September 2010)
 
The Arcadia development was turned down by the Secretary of State in December 2009 following a public inquiry in June/July 2009.  The Dickens Yard development is now proceeding following an unsuccessful attempt to challenge the planning process at judicial review earlier in 2010.
 
More information is available at Save Ealing's Centre's website: www.saveealingscentre.com/.
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Arcadia and Dickens Yard Developments 2008/9The Dickens Yard planning application was passed by the Council's planning committee on 5 November 2008 despite the objections of a large number of Ealing's residents and heavy criticism from the Government's heritage and design advisers, English Heritage and the Commission on Architecture and the Built Environment (CABE). However, it is still not too late to continue to influence the process. The application has still to be approved by the Mayor of London and it is not too late to write to him.  Full details on how to do this may be found at Save Ealing's Centre's website (see below).The latest threat to the centre of Ealing comes from proposals from Glenkerrin to redevelop the Arcadia site along with those for a "bus gyratory" on Haven Green. Although a more modest block of 26 storeys has replaced the 41 storey tower, its proposed "blocky" design is rather reminiscent of the 1960s. Other changes to the remaining blocks are less radical and the development would still remain a high density residential one over the railway lines with no supporting infrastructure such as expanded health or schooling facilities, let alone leisure or culture attractions which would benefit the town centre as a whole.  The application for the development (but not the bus scheme) was approved by Ealing's Planning Committee on 17 December and subsequently by the Mayor in January 2009.  However, the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government has recently called the application in for determination (a highly unusual step).  This means that the application will be the subject of a local public inquiry, the timing of which is currently unknown. More information will be made available at Save Ealing's Centre's website: www.saveealingscentre.com/.
 
HHERA NEWS - AUTUMN 2008The latest version of the HHERA News is now available on-line.
Click link on left.ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING 2008
The Annual General Meeting of the Hanger Hill (East) Residents' Associationwas held on Thursday 24 April 2008 at the Church of the Ascension, Beaufort Road, W5.  See HHERA Annual General Meeting webpage for full details of the meeting.
 
SAVE EALING'S CENTRE ALLIANCE FORMED

On 10th October 2007, the formation of the Save Ealing's Centre alliance (SEC) was announced. SEC has been formed in response to proposals submitted to the Council by developer Glenkerrin for the rebuilding of a large part of central Ealing.
HHERA has joined the alliance, as we believe it is in the best interest of our members that we are involved in any discussions about this important development.  While not opposed to development in principle, HHERA believes it is vital to be involved in discussions on key issues such as trying to secure adequate and forward-looking public transport facilities at Ealing Broadway station and Haven Green which need to be tackled with such a major development as well as in the light of the decision to go ahead with Crossrail. Further information on the Glenkerrin and Dickens Yard proposals is available at www.saveealingscentre.com.Dickens Yard site outlined in redAn up-to-date summary of the current situation on both developments is also availalbe in the HHERA News.
ESTATE MATTERSThe residents' association has also been actively involved in matters that relate to the ongoing, active management of your estate. Details of this work are contained on the HHERA Estate Matters page - click on link on left.
PHOTO GALLERY
The new website contains a photo gallery that visually demonstrates the extent of the area and types of homes that your resident's association covers.  Approximately 1280 households  - 887 on the Haymills Estate - are represented by HHERA and we welcome all residents to take an active part in the workings of the Association. 
 
SUBSCRIPTIONS/DONATIONS
There is no formal subscription for membership of the Association but donations are welcome and necessary to cover the running expenses. £5 per household should be sufficient for normal needs. Please send your donation to The Treasurer, 60 Beaufort Road, Ealing W5 3EA, payable to Hanger Hill (East) Residents' Association.