L&Q officers are available at the Acton Gardens Office, 81 Enfield Road, Acton, W3 8RB
Please contact us to make an appointment:
- Information about the masterplan (framework of South Acton’s future look)
- General information about the regeneration process
- When and where Ealing Council residents will be moving to (if applicable)
- How to become involved
They can also be contacted on 0300 456 9998 ext: 7145 for Bianca or 6421 for Toni and are both based within the Acton Gardens Office, 81 Enfield Road, Acton, W3 8RB.
L&Q are also located within the Acton Gardens Office and are responsible for the new homes once the residents have moved in. L&Q can help with any tenancy queries or repair issues and can be contacted on 0300 456 9998.
Ealing Council has established an estate-based team who are responsible for decanting residents to new homes when blocks are required for demolition, buying-out leaseholders and securing all empty homes. Ealing Council are also responsible for processing all compensation payments to Secure Tenants and leaseholders, and determining your future housing needs.They are based at the 81 Enfield Road, Acton, W3 8RB.
Ealing Council will remain your landlord until such time as your current home is redeveloped. If you have any repairs or tenancy enquiries you should continue to contact your Housing Officer at the Housing Department as you do now.
Independent Tenancy Advisor
Priority Estates Project (PEP) provides a free and independent advice on the regeneration project at South Acton. The contact for the South Acton Regeneration is Keith Mann (Freephone advice line on: 0800 374 864)
Keith holds a residents’ surgery on the first Tuesday of each month from 2.00pm — 6.00pm at the regeneration office at the Oaktree Community Centre. Email Keith via the PEP website here
Acton Arts Forum www.actonartsforum.org
Acton Arts Forum bring people together creating opportunities for artists, performers, arts and cultural organisations to express their creativity.
Acton Community Forum www.actonforum.org
Acton Community Forum (ACF) support local residents to provide community projects or organisations to improve the local area.
Acton Garden Sales www.actongardens.co.uk
The sales and marketing website for the private Acton Gardens homes throughout the South Acton estate sold by Countryside Properties.
Citizens Advice www.citizensadvice.org.uk
Citizens Advice provide free, independent, confidential and impartial advice to everyone on their rights and responsibilities.
The website of one of one of the joint venture's website, Countryside Properties who are the property developers for the regeneration of South Acton.
Ealing Council’s Website www.ealing.gov.uk
Ealing Council's Website for information on services provided by the local authority from recycling and refuse collection, transport and parking, neighbourhood and street issues to housing and council tax.
Gov.UK is a website that holds govenerment information and services.
The website of the second partner of the joint venture's website, L&Q are the landlord to the Acton Gardens homes.
PEP work with residents, social landlords, councils, local government, tenant management organisations, regeneration organisations and other service providers and with communities as a whole.
SARAG is South Acton Residents Action Group, a campaigning organisation
representing the South Acton Neighbourhood in Ealing, London