Welcome to the Hanger Hill Garden Estate and its residents' association. The Association is open to 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. We're proud of our unique corner of west London and of the role of the Association in preserving it as a peaceful oasis so close to the centre of London. We hope the website will be a useful resource and that it will also interest anyone who is thinking of joining us on the Estate.


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***WEST ACTON POST OFFICE***
The post office counter at West Acton is back in operation and the cash machine is working again. Big thanks to our local councillors and to HHGERA committee member Harriet Lalor for their work resurrecting this valuable local service. 

***SUMMER NEWSLETTER***
Click
here to see the newsletter, with some great pictures of the Spring Festival. 

***CRIME UPDATE***
Click here and scroll to the bottom of the page for an update on crime in our area and how to avoid thieves jamming the remote control lock on your car!


The Association is run by a Management Committee on behalf of HHGE Residents Ltd, which owns and has responsibility for the maintenance of the Estate gardens, the service roads behind houses, boundaries, fences and trees, and general security issues. It also has an important role in monitoring and responding to planning matters affecting the Estate. As an entirely voluntary organisation, we rely on residents to support our work so please do get in touch if you would like to be involved. (The Association, covering the whole Estate, is distinct from the management company for the blocks of flats, which should be contacted direct in case of queries about maintenance etc.)

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 would welcome any feedback