An exciting makeover for the west London area known as the "Queen of Suburbs" includes a revamped town centre, 1,400 new homes and fast Crossrail links. Ealing the historic country of Middlesex is a district of west London, until the urban expansion it was known as a rural village within Ealing parish.

Home to the secluded Lammas Park, Ealing Cricket Club, Walpole Park and Pitzhanger Manor House, this London suburb is rich in entertainment opportunities. Ealing has been subject to recent investments, and it shows. The town centre is vibrant, with a number of shops and unique cafes making it an ideal social hub for all ages. This area will benefit significantly from the opening of the new Elizabeth line, making the commute into central London even faster than it is already. Ealing is home to many beautiful modern and character properties, with high ceilings, big windows and the opportunity for expansion into spacious gardens. Families come for the schools and easy commute, also been improvements to Ealing Broadway shopping centre.

Ealing is served by Ealing Broadway station on the Great Western Mainline and the London Underground in London fare zone 3. It is also served by four other tube stations at North Ealing, South Ealing, Hanger Lane, Northfields and Ealing Common with Piccadilly line, Central line and District line. A total of 18 buses, including night buses, serve Ealing Broadway.

Ealing Council is promising that half the flats will be now affordable in the area. In the rental market licensing has also become important for private residential properties.
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Council tax bands have also changed: -
Ealing Council Tax

 A: £751.01
 B: £876.18
 C: £1001.35
 D: £1126.52
 E: £1376.86
 F: £1627.20
 G: £1877.53
 H: £2253.04

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