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  • Ealing Town Hall and Ealing Council Centre
  • SEETEC EALING (Avanta Saunders House, 52-53 The Mall, London, W5 3TA): Another useless centre just like Job Centre Plus.
  • Ealing Volunteer Centre (Lido Centre, 63 Mattock Lane London, W13 9LA). Useless place that doesn't help those to eventually find paid jobs.
  • Demolish all the Halal Shops, Pound Shops, Charity Shops, Betting Shops & Food Stalls (in Greenford, Acton, & Perivale). Replace with unique shops that provide a wider range of goods and services.
  • The entire Broadway Centre - full of wannabe badboys......
  • The stupid baby blue building opposite Boston Manor Tube. Paint IT!!
  • Ealing hospital
  • percival house..its a waste
  • Sainsburys Local and Tesco Metro -give the little shops a chance!
  • West Ealing train station - could be better.
  • The estate behing west ealing shopping centre (concrete prefab crap)
  • huh huh huh
  • The tower above the tube station, and tvu buildings on st.marys road and uxbridge road.
  • Every single dentists' surgery in the borough
  • Thames Valley Uni
  • percival house!!! local buildin hate it looks like sh**
  • percival house!!! local buildin hate it looks like sh**
  • Guy's house
  • All the schools!! Haha! Um really the ugly flats dotted a round, Ealing was once a beautiful place, why cant they build nicer looking flats?
  • polish church..yeah nuke the whales
  • Most of the plastic bucket, dime-a-go shops on West Ealing High Street
  • elthorne park high school.
  • 'the cozy caff' near west ealing station (near the brilliant foam shop). it's just filthy, i'd never eat there.... bleuch! and the people inside it! they look like the undead or something (i guess that's what salmonella does to you), and they always seem to face the window so they can stare you down as you walk past... like they're just itching to suck out your brains.
  • After unsuccesfully trying to sell numerous monstrous commercial office high rises in The Uxbridge Road and Greenford areas for many years vacant they are beginning to be demolished! The ex Dixons building is already under several bulldozers.
  • That thing above Ealing Broadway Station
  • St.Benedicts School
  • Jarvis Hotel
  • Waterglades.
  • The virgin cinema opposite the town hall in ealing - what a DUMP!! even after they've done it up it's still too small, too expensive, you can't get a good view of the film no matter WHERE you sit and the popcorn tastes like something i would rather not mention
  • 'Housing Benfit Customer Centre'-can you believe it, the worst piece of PC thinking ever!
  • That Indian Cinema on the corner of Northfields ave and Uxbridge Road, or a clean would do.
  • That Ghastly Waterglade Centre should be flattened with the Architect and entire Ealing planning dept. underneath it.
  • HMV music store in the Arcadia/Waterglade centre. In fact come to think of it this 75% occupancy centre could do with demolishing in its entirety.
  • the housing benefit prefab offices
  • The tower over the broadway BR station is an ugly thing, and you can see it from miles away thanks to the lack of high-rise buildings in Ealing.
  • The chiming clock on the corner of the Waterglade Centre!

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Last updated: 2018-07-24

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