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Welcome to the Hanger Hill Garden Estate and its residents association 

The Association works for all residents of the Estate, whether living in the houses or flats; it is run entirely by volunteers and everyone who lives here is welcome to participate in its work.

If you live on the Estate or own property here, do come along to our Annual General Meeting on March 30.
Click here 
for our super Winter 2023 newsletter, here for last year's AGM papers; here to learn more about the Association, try out our Twitter feed, use the Contact Form to email us or come along to one of our regular events.

Hanger Hill Garden Estate Residents Association (HHGERA) works for everyone who lives or owns property on our Estate. We have two distinct roles - as a community group for everyone who lives here, organising social events and liaising with Ealing Council and other local groups; and as manager of the communally-owned gardens (other than those surrounding the flats), the service roads behind houses, boundaries, fences and trees, and general security issues. We also monitor and respond to planning matters affecting the Estate. 

Note that the Association does not manage the blocks of flats on the Estate, which have their own management company (click here for information).


Follow the links on the left for more about the Estate, Association news and useful links to other sites.  If you have time, do read the fascinating and often moving history of the Estate -- from the early days when Hanger Hill was open countryside, to successive battles over development plans for the surrounding area.  


In the meantime, we hope you will enjoy the website - and our Twitter feed  @hhgeranews (which can be seen on the HHGE news page) and would welcome any feedback

What's new

Annual General Meeting
 The residents association and Houses Management Board AGMs will be held on March 30th at Holy Family School on Vale Lane. At the AGM the people who run the Residents Association are elected. You can also hear about the Estate and ask questions. House owners also elect the Houses Management Board, which looks after the shared gardens and service roads. House o
wners also agree the annual service charge that pays for this. (The flats on the Estate have their own different management company and service charge.) Click here for the agenda and other documents, to be added in time for the meeting; here to send any comments about the meeting; and here for the papers from last year's AGM. 

Winter 2023 newsletter: Click here to download the latest edition of HHGERA News, the residents association newsletter. We always welcome contributions so do contact us via if you have an idea for an interesting story or would like to help produce future editions.

Community events! After the fantastic Jubilee themed community picnic on June 12th (check out the photos on our Twitter feed), the second of two PlayStreets last year was on October 30th (with a Halloween theme). It was one of our best ever, with any number of mini Harry Potters, Supermen and dinosaurs running riot! PlayStreet will be back this year as a chance for everyone to hang out and meet neighbours. Watch out too for news of other community events, such as litter picking and hopefully a classical concert sometime soon. We need help organising events so please contact if you would like to contribute, or to join the informal network of neighbours who keep our Estate clean and tidy between organised litter picking events.

Houses service charge: The charge was again held at £60 a house for 2022. A proposal on the charge for 2023 will be made at the AGM on March 30th. If you haven't paid last year's service charge already, it is now badly overdue. Please pay promptly, preferably online. You can email if you have any questions about the service charge and/or don't know how to pay.

Support still available: Covid hasn't gone away and the wonderful network of volunteers set up at the height of the pandemic is still there to help out if you need it. If you do need some help, if you would like to join in this community effort or if you are concerned about someone living on the Estate please email .

School street camera enforcement: Cameras have been issuing tickets to any cars that enter the controlled zone of Vale Lane outside Holy Family School during dropping-off and picking-up times (8.15-9.15am and 3-4pm). Exemptions are only available for people who live inside the zone - not the generality of residents on our Estate. We have been assured that the cameras will be turned off during school holidays, but any cars parked in the zone during controlled hours in term time will be ticketed unless they have a permit. 

Rubbish, recycling and litter: Please be considerate to your neighbours by NEVER parking on service roads, as this blocks the recycling lorries; ONLY putting rubbish into the appropriate bin; picking up any litter you see, and reporting missed collections via the Ealing Council website. 

Skip permits: You need a permit to put a skip on any of the service roads that belong to the houses part of the Estate - click here to download the form.

Volunteers needed: Would you like to contribute to our community by joining the volunteers who work to maintain our lovely Estate? It needn't take up much of your time and is a great way to get to know your neighbours.  Email to find out more. 

Ultra-low Emission zone: Click here to check if and how your car may be affected.

Crime and policing: Click here for updates and stats, here to learn about a new Police-sponsored online information service and here for a great little booklet on scams.

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