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  • September's Newsletter

    Click here to view our latest Newsletter!

  • Learn to eat well for less with 'FeedMeGood' workshop

    The L&Q Foundation, part of L&Q, joins up with community interest company 'FeedMeGood' to run nutrition and cooking workshops for local families in Acton. This workshop was a huge success previously and is starting again on the 3rd September. For more information and to find out how to get involved click here.

  • FREE Boxing classes with M.E.M Academy - Starting 1st August 2018

    Click here to sign up to M.E.M Academy's FREE 8 week 'Get fit with Boxing' programme.

  • Homeloss and Disturbance payments

    Please click here to see the answers to your frequently asked questions regarding homeloss payments and disturbance costs.

  • London Affordable Rents 2018/19

    In April 2018, The Mayor of London updated the benchmark London Affordable rents which set a new standard rent level across all London Boroughs aimed to be affordable to households on low incomes.

    For new units being let for the first time in 2018/19 the rents are:

    1 bed - £150.03

    2 bed - £158.84

    3 bed - £167.67

    4 bed - £176.49

    These new London Affordable rents are exclusive of the service charges. London Affordable rents differ from London Living rents which are set at 80% of market rent levels. For more information please click here.

  • Evening drop-in surgeries

    Every month we hold an evening surgery for residents and leaseholders to talk to the Acton Gardens Team about their regeneration questions. This is a drop-in surgery so you can attend any time between 5.30-8pm.

    The next evening surgery dates are:

    • Wednesday 7th November 2018
    • Monday 3rd December 2018
    • Tuesday 8th January 2019

    Surgeries are held at our Acton Gardens office: 81 Enfield Road, W3 8RB

  • Future Masterplan Planning Application

    Following on from the public consultation events held in January and March this year, Acton Gardens have now submitted planning application to Ealing Council:

    The planning application summary information can be found using reference 182579OUT on Ealing’s Planning Application Search Portal.

    All consultation Boards presented at the public events, and all other consultation events, can be viewed here.

  • Changes to Acton Gardens office opening hours

    Our Acton Gardens office now operates on an ‘appointment and surgery only ’ basis. You will need to book an appointment, or attend our drop-in surgery if you wish to meet with a staff member in person and will be unable to meet with the team outside of surgery opening hours.

    Our surgery hours are:

    Every Tuesday between 1pm and 4pm

    Every Friday between 10am and 1pm

  • New Home Loss Payment Amount:

    As of October 2017 the home loss payment for secure council residents moving through the regeneration will be £6,100 an increase from £5,800 - see here - https://www.legislation.gov.uk/uksi/2017/769/made?view=plain for further details

  • Oaktree Centre Move

    Acton Gardens has been working with Acton Community Forum, Ealing Council and the Oaktree Nursery to relocate to a temporary site on 5-11 Hanbury Road, W3 8RF (the former Sunlight Nursery building situated under Buchan House). The community centre will operate from the temporary building until the new community centre opens in phase 6.1 in the late winter of 2018. For more information and to book space in the temporary community centre, please contact ACF Director Michael Simms at info@actonforum.org.

  • L&Q Reporting Repairs:

    To report a repair to L&Q online please click: www.lqgroup.org.uk/services-for-residents/your-home/repairs-and-maintenance or contact us on 0300 456 9998

  • New Residents Repairs and Responsibilities Booklet

    L&Q have launched an updated guide to help resident understand what responsibilities they have and what repairs will be carried out. Please click here to view the guide.

  • Demolition Notices:

    Initial Demolition notices have been served to the remaining blocks on the South Acton Estate. Click the following for copies: Public Demolition Notice and South Acton Estate - Landlord's Initial Demolition Notice

  • Phase 2 Timelapse:

    Danny Butcher a local artist has been working on ... click here to continue this story

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