Southall Waterside Air Quality MeetingsMon 01 Jul 2019
The first meeting will be a public drop-in session from 3.00 to 6.00pm with representatives from Ealing Council, Public Health England and the Environment Agency who will be on hand to answer questions.
Most working residents would NOT be unable to attend this session.
A panel style public meeting will take place from 6.30 to 8.00pm with councillors, council officers, and representatives from Public Health England, the Environment Agency and Berkeley Group who will take questions from attendees.
This only happened after protest from residents that local councillors are welcome to attend but are in no position to sit on the panel to answer any questions.
Residents insisted that Public Health England, the Environment Agency and Berkeley Group are present to answer residents questions.
Local residents are encouraged to come along to meet representatives from the council and the agencies to ask questions about the works taking place in and around the Southall Waterside Development.
Members of the press are welcome to attend and are asked to register their interest with the press office directly at email@example.com.
Both meetings will take place at the Southall Dominion Centre, 112 The Green, Southall, UB2 4QB.
In order for Ealing Council to investigate your concerns in a timely manner, please report any nuisance to the Council’s Response Service on 020 8825 8111.
For more information visit https://www.ealing.gov.uk/swfaqs
A national newspaper interviewed 50 residents about the negative affects the Southall Waterside development is having on their health, to get a fuller picture of what was going on.
Have Berkeley Group shown any interest in talking to 50 residents about the negative impact their development is having on their health?
Has Ealing Council shown any interest in talking to 50 residents about the negative impact this development is having on their health?
No. Why collect negative data. Just pass the buck round and round.Ealing Council has three priorities: the relevant in this case being ”a healthy and great place for all”.
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