This is the website of the Hanger Hill Garden Estate Residents Association (HHGERA), which works on behalf of residents of all parts of the Estate, both houses and flats. The Association does not directly manage the blocks of flats - for queries about flats matters, please contact the flats management company (links below).
Please let us know if you have suggestions for other information or links.
Contact the Association Chairman
To contact Kate Crossland, HHGERA Chair, email firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also contact members of the HHGERA Board via the Contact form on this website.
Coronavirus information and support
Click here for links to lots of useful information sources, or if you need help of any kind email email@example.com.
The freehold of all the flats on the Estate is owned and managed by Hanger Hill Garden Estate Ltd. Please see their website at http://hangerhillgardenestate.co.uk that includes a link to their Estate Regulations covering their rules concerning noise, nuisance, windows and parking. The Flats Caretaker is Ola Awe on 07931 229 644. His hours are between 8 am and 4.30 pm, Monday to Friday.
The Chairman of HHGE Ltd is Ian Collier (email firstname.lastname@example.org) and the Vice Chairman is Lloyd Paxton (email email@example.com).
Click here to request a permit to place a skip on the service roads that belong to the houses part of the estate. Permits to put skips on the street need to go through your contractor to Ealing Council, and there are a couple of service roads that belong to the flats rather than the houses. If in doubt, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Click here or follow the link on the left for information from our local police about the Safer Neighbourhoods scheme and crime prevention in our area. We have an active Neighbourhood Watch scheme.
Our two local Tube stations are West Acton (Central Line) and North Ealing (Picadilly). There is no step-free access at either station but Ealing Broadway is scheduled for step-free access. Click here for further information.
Orange bikes: Call 0330 131 9789 or email email@example.com (not Ealing Council) to get badly parked Mobikes removed. Lines are open 9-6 Mon-Fri.
Health and safety
Some other useful telephone numbers are:
Ealing Council 24 Hour Emergency Line: 020 8825 5000
Abandoned Vehicles Contact Centre: 020 8825 6010
Anti Social Behaviour Hotline: 020 8825 8400
Graffiti Removal: 020 8825 6000
Ealing Hospital: 020 8967 5000
Environmental Health/Noise Hotline: 020 8825 6633
Street Lighting: 020 8825 6555
Special Collections (removal of furniture etc): 020 8825 6000
Disposal of rubbish and garden waste
We ask everyone living on the Estate to help maintain its beauty and character. Keeping waste under control requires everyone's attention. There is lots of information on our rather complicated rubbish and recycling system on the Ealing Council website and the Wheelie Bins page of this website.
Hanger Hill East Residents Association (covers the Haymills Estate)
Central Ealing Forum (drawing up Neighbourhood Plan)
Ealing Civic Society (borough-wide group)
Ealing National Trust Association (organises talks, trips etc)
Ealing U3A (educational and other activities for older people)
Ealing Talking Newspapers (for blind and partially sighted people)
Ealing Advice (we do not have a local Citizens Advice Bureau)
Local and Ealing news
Vue cinemas (Acton and Westfield)
Odeon High Street Kensington
Ealing Classic Cinema Club (showings every Friday)