Community Board

The Acton Gardens Community Board is the formal resident involvement structure between the residents of Acton Gardens and South Acton and L&Q, Countryside and Ealing Council.

The Community Board oversees the regeneration of the South Acton by:

  • Providing feedback on the regeneration.
  • Ensuring there is continued community involvement.
  • Encouraging participation from groups currently under-represented.
  • Allocating Community Chest funding for local projects.
  • Attending quarterly meetings.
  • Attending tours, training, sub groups and consultation events for feedback.
  • Reviewing literature, communications and messages circulated to the community.

Community Board Dates

Acton Gardens Annual General Meeting (AGM) for 2024 will be held on: 

  • Tuesday 13th of February from 6pm till 7pm at the Acton Gardens Community Centre. If you would like to attend the AGM, please reserve a spot on Eventbrite by Clicking Here. If you are unable to attend the AGM in person, we will also be livestreaming the meeting, and a link for this will be published on this page a week before the AGM. 

The latest Acton Gardens Community Board Meeting was held on: 

  • Monday 27th of November from 6pm till 8.15pm at the Acton Gardens Community Centre.
  • An informal catch up with the Community Board was also held on Monday 15th of January in place of the rescheduled AGM from 6-7pm on Microsoft Teams. 


Community Elections Board - Current Vacancies

The Acton Gardens Community Board is the formal resident involvement structure between the residents of Acton Gardens and South Acton and L&Q, Countryside and Ealing Council. The Community Board oversees the regeneration of the South Acton estate.

Every year we give residents the opportunity to nominate themselves to join the Acton Gardens Community Board. Applications are currently open for new Board Members until the 2nd of February 2024. For details about how to apply, please Click Here.

If you would you have any questions or would like to contact the Community Board, please Click Here.






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