Ealing Council is consulting on how it will deliver its youth services for the next 3 years, and on the delivery of our services in Southall while a new permanent site for the Young Adult Centre (YAC) is identified.

We want to make sure that as many young people as possible can tell us about the types of programs and activities they would like to be delivered in their area. Some young people were previously involved in helping to identify activities and programs that they wanted to be delivered, but this was prior to the COVID lockdown period. COVID has meant that we have had to deliver programs and activities differently, often virtually so we want to ask a wider group of young people for their views through this consultation. We really want to make sure we arrange and deliver activities and programs that young people want to enjoy and attend in their community.

We are also looking to gather views from our partners and community organisation’s, who are already working across Ealing, on how we can work more closely together across the Borough for the young people in Ealing.

Lastly, as part of how we deliver our local services, we will be temporarily moving some of our youth service from the Young Adult Centre (YAC) in Southall to a site at Dormers Hub in Southall. This move will allow us time to identify a site for a new purpose-built replacement youth centre for the YAC. This consultation will ask young people and the community to comment on possible areas for a new centre in Southall.  The views of everyone responding to the survey are important to help us to decide on a new site. Once the site is finalized, young people will be involved in its design.

Please take some time to read the plan which highlights just some of the activities and programmes we want to deliver and how we will deliver them. However, the questions in this survey do not need you to have read the Ealing Youth Plan to respond.

This survey will take roughly 10 minutes to complete and will close at midnight on 2 March 2022. 

All the information collected will be handled in accordance with the Data Protection Act 2018, which incorporates the EU's General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).