In line with the release of the Masterplan Survey on Live West Ealing, the team have partnered up with Hello Lamp Post to provide an innovative way for people to share their feedback.
Hello Lamp Post turn everyday street items into talking objects so that residents can give their opinions and ideas on the street and public spaces.
Around 20 new objects to interact with have gone up across West Ealing. Residents that want to get involved should follow the instructions on the posters and vinyls. There is also an opportunity to see what feedback other residents have given by visting the interactive Hello Lamp Post webpage, that displays live interactions that residents have about the area.
Live West Ealing Survey
We want to hear your views and work together to develop the best possible solutions for the West Ealing Neighbourhood. We are asking residents to complete the online survey and come along to the community pop-up sessions that we are holding. Residents can complete the survey here.
To find out more about the project, download and read the feasibility study (Part A, Part B, and Part C) that was completed earlier this year.
To find out more about Live West Ealing you can also speak to our knowledgeable staff on the following dates:
- Tuesday 15 October 4 – 7pm at West Ealing train station
- Thursday 17 October 2.30 – 4pm October at St. John’s School gate
- Saturday 19 October 11am – 2pm October at Melbourne Avenue
Please note that the timings and locations for the October events are subject to change due to weather etc.
Live West Ealing won the Healthy Streets Proposal of the Year Award on Wednesday, 9 October.
The award is for the best proposals that take in to account the healthy streets indicators set by TfL. These indicators could be met through: street design, access, active travel choices, safety, improved air quality and livability.
The award said that the Live West Ealing scheme will transform a community of over 6,000 homes, addressing a number of current issues to achieve the Council’s vision for West Ealing, which is: “Support a resilient, prosperous and healthy neighbourhood where residents and workers feel safe and more likely to make sustainable travel choices”.
Landor put on the event in Glasgow, read more here.