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Statutory Instruments

1993 No. 1346

LOCAL GOVERNMENT, ENGLAND AND WALES

CHANGES IN LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREAS

The Ealing, Hammersmith and Fulham, and Hounslow (London Borough Boundaries) Order 1993

Made

24th May 1993

Laid before Parliament

2nd June 1993

Coming into force

for the purposes referred to in article 1(2)

1st December 1993

for all other purposes

1st April 1994

The Secretary of State, in exercise of his powers under sections 51(2) and 67(4) of the Local Government Act 1972(1) and of all other powers enabling him in that behalf, hereby makes the following Order which gives effect, with modifications, to proposals submitted to him under sections 47, 48(1) and 51(1) of that Act, more than six weeks before the making of this Order, by the Local Government Boundary Commission for England:

Citation and commencement

1.—(1) This Order may be cited as the Ealing, Hammersmith and Fulham, and Hounslow (London Borough Boundaries) Order 1993.

(2) This Order shall come into force on 1st December 1993 for any purpose set out in regulation 4(1) of the Local Government Area Changes Regulations 1976(2).

(3) For all other purposes, this Order shall come into force on 1st April 1994.

Interpretation

2.  In this Order

  • any reference to Ealing or to Hounslow is a reference to the London borough of that name, and “Fulham” means the London borough of Hammersmith and Fulham;

  • “the map” means one or more of the 13 maps prepared by the Department of the Environment, marked “Maps of the Ealing, Hammersmith and Fulham, and Hounslow (London Borough Boundaries) Order 1993”, and deposited in accordance with regulation 5 of the Local Government Area Changes Regulations 1976; and any reference to a ward is a reference to a ward of the London borough from or to which an area is transferred(3).

Transfers between Ealing and Fulham

3.—(1) Each area which is marked as shown in column 1 of the following Table on the map indicated in column 2 shall be transferred from Ealing, and from the ward named in column 3 to Fulham, to the ward named in column 4, and to the West London petty sessional area.

TABLE

(1)(2)(3)(4)
Area marked—On map—Transferred from Ealing, and from the following ward—To Fulham, and to the following ward—
B, C, E & G10ValeStarch Green
B & D11ValeWormholt
A & F

11

12 & 13

VictoriaCollege Park and Old Oak

(2) Each area which is marked as shown in column 1 of the following Table on the map indicated in column 2 shall be transferred from Fulham, and from the ward named in column 3 to Ealing, to the ward named in column 4, and to the Ealing petty sessional area.

TABLE

(1)(2)(3)(4)
Area marked—On map—Transferred from Fulham, and from following ward—To Ealing,, and to the the following ward—
B12College Park and Old OakVictoria
A, D & F10Starch GreenVale
A, C & E11WormholtVale

Transfers between Ealing and Hounslow

4.—(1) Each area which is marked as shown in column 1 of the following Table on the map indicated in column 2 shall be transferred from Ealing, and from the ward named in column 3 to Hounslow, to the ward named in column 4, and to the Hounslow petty sessional area.

TABLE

(1)(2)(3)(4)
Area marked—On map—Transferred from Ealing, and from the following ward—To Hounslow and to the following ward—
A & C1Dormers WellsHeston East
B3ElthorneIsleworth North
A4NorthfieldBrentford Clifden
A5NorthfieldGunnersbury
A & C8SouthfieldChiswick Homefields

(2) Each area which is marked as shown in column 1 of the following Table on the map indicated in column 2 shall be transferred from Hounslow, and from the ward named in column 3 to Ealing, to the ward named in column 4, and to the Ealing petty sessional area.

3

TABLE

(1)(2)(3)(4)
Area marked—On map—Transferred from Hounslow, and from the following ward—To Ealing, and to the following ward—
B4Brentford ClifdenNorthfield
B8Chiswick HomefieldsSouthfield
A6 & 7GunnersburyEaling Common
B5GunnersburyNorthfield
B & D1Heston EastDormers Wells
A3Isleworth NorthDormers Wells
A2Spring GroveDormers Wells
C3

Transfers between Hounslow and Fulham

5.—(1) The following areas of Fulham—

(a)the parts of the Ravenscourt ward marked J and K on map 8 and B on map 9; and

(b)the parts of the Starch Green ward marked D, F and H on map 8—

shall be transferred to Hounslow, to the Chiswick Homefields ward, and to the Hounslow petty sessional area.

(2) The areas marked E and G on map 8 and A on map 9 shall be transferred from Hounslow, and from the Chiswick Homefields ward to Fulham, and to the West London petty sessional area.The area marked A on map 9 shall additionally be transferred to the Ravenscourt ward, and the areas marked E and G on map 8 to the Starch Green ward.

Town and Country Planning

6.—(1) In this article, “provision” means a provision of a development plan (as defined in section 336(1) of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990(4)).

(2) Any provision applying to an area transferred by this Order shall continue to apply to that area, notwithstanding the transfer, until replaced by a provision which so applies, and which is expressed to supersede the preserved provision.

Signed by authority of the Secretary of State for the Environment

Robin Squire

Parliamentary Under Secretary of State,

Department of the Environment

24th May 1993

Explanatory Note

(This note is not part of the Order)

This Order makes mainly small changes to the boundary between the London boroughs of—

(a)Ealing and Hammersmith and Fulham;

(b)Ealing and Hounslow; and

(c)Hounslow and Hammersmith and Fulham.

The map and table forming part of this Note give a general guide to the areas affected, and their size and population.

For full details of the transfers made, the order maps (described in article 2) should be inspected.

Any person may inspect them at any reasonable time at the offices of the council for each London borough affected, and also at the offices of the Secretary of State for the Environment located in 2, Marsham Street, London SW1P 3EB.

Consequential changes are made to petty sessional areas.

No parishes are affected.

The Local Government Area Changes Regulations 1976 (S. I. 1976/246, amended by S. I. 1978/247) contain general provisions regarding the effect of orders such as this one.

TABLE

TRANSFER(S)—DESCRIPTION OF CHANGES—
BETWEEN EALING AND HAMMERSMITH AND FULHAM Article 3 Transferred from Ealing— Area (hectares): 40 Population: 70 Transferred to Ealing— Area: 3 Population: 160

Transfer to unite Claydon Gardens in Ealing. Transfer to Hammersmith and Fulham of area east of Victoria Terrace/Old Oak Common Lane, includingBritish Rail Hostel, Old Oak Common Diesel Electric Locomotive Depot, carriage sheds, garage, and old Oak Sidings; and parts of Grand Union Canal (Paddington Branch), Gateway Trading Estate and old Oak Common. Transfer to Ealing of area south of Willesden Junction and east of Old Oak Lane, including Stoke Place, Crewe Place properties in Old Oak Lane and warehouse adjoining the railway line.

Realignments—

(a)

to centre of Old Oak Road between Western Avenue and Uxbridge Road; and

(b)

to centre of Old Oak Common Lane between Braybrook Street and Western Avenue.

Realignments—

(i)

to eastern side of Warple Way, between Emlyn Gardens and Valetta Road; then

(ii)

to rear curtilages of properties in Valetta Road to the vicinity of the works north of Jeddo Road; then

(iii)

following the northern curtilages of the works and the rear curtilages of properties in Valetta Road located to the north of Stronsa Road; and then

(iv)

to the northern side of Jeddo Road to St. Elmo Road.

EALING AND HOUNSLOWTransfer to unite Clayponds Hospital and
Article 4 Transferred from Ealing— Area: 5 Population: 300 Transferred to Ealing— Area: 10 Population: 250

Day Centre in Ealing.

Realignments—

(a)

to unite Swyncombe Avenue and Durston House Playing Fields in Hounslow;

(b)

to more defined boundary in The Ride; and

(c)

to eastern side of Woodstock Road between Turnham Green and Southfield Road.

Realignments at North Hyde as follows—

(a)

south of the Grand Union Canal, to unite Barnes Avenue and Jessop Avenue in Hounslow; then

(b)

following the rear curtilages of properties in Kingsbridge Road to Thorncliffe Road; then

(c)

following the eastern side of Craneswater Park/Crosslands Avenue to Norwood Road; then

(d)

following the southern curtilages of properties in Norwood Road/Boundary Close/Osterley Lane.

Realignments

(i)

to western side of South Ealing Road, then southern side of ccupation Lane, uniting Clayponds Estate in Hounslow;

(ii)

to rear curtilage of properties in St. Mary’s road on the western side of Osterley Park;

(iii)

at Osterley Park, in vicinity of Windmill Lane/M4 motorway; and

(iv)

to northern side of M4 motorway between Windmill Lane and the western side of Elthorne Park, transferring Wyncote Farm, Osterley Lock and part of Long Wood to Ealing, and an open area (located south of the M4 and north of the Osterley to Boston Manor rail bridge over the River Brent) to Hounslow.

Minor realignments—

(a)

to southern side of Pope’s Lane, north of Gunnersbury Park; then

(b)

to southern side of Gunnersbury Lane, then western side of railway line at Acton Town Station.

HAMMERSMITH AND FULHAM AND HOUNSLOW Article 5 Transferred to Hounslow— Area: 1 hectare Population: 60 Transferred from Hounslow— Area: 1 hectare Population: 10

Realignments—

(i)

to rear curtilages of properties in Woodstock Road/Abinger Road;

(ii)

to southern side of Stamford Brook Road in vicinity of Abinger Road/Goldhawk Road;

(iii)

to unite Stamford Brook Avenue in Hounslow; and

(iv)

at British Grove Passage, to unite Cedar House in Hounslow and Miller’s Court in Hammersmith and Fulham.

(2)

S.I. 1976/246, amended by S.I. 1978/247.

(3)

Every district (including a London borough) is divided into wards for the purposes of the election of district councillors (sections 6(2)(b) and (c) of the Local Government Act 1972).

(4)

1990 c. 8. This definition was amended by the Planning and Compensation Act 1991 (c. 34), Schedule 4, paragraph 34.

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