The pay dispute affecting more than 50 traffic wardens in Ealing has been settled and the strike due to be held tomorrow (Thursday 11 September) has been called off.
A settlement between Unite, the country’s largest union, which represents the wardens known as civil enforcement officers (CEOs) and NSL, which manages the service for Ealing council, was agreed today.
At a mass meeting the civil enforcement officers voted by a majority to accept a two-year pay deal of 2.0 per cent for 2014 and 1.5 per cent for 2015.
Unite regional officer Michelle Braveboy said: “Our members have voted to accept the two-year pay deal and, as a result, the strike due to be held tomorrow has been called off. I congratulate our members for the solidarity they have shown during this dispute.”
For further information please contact the Unite press office on 020 3371 2065.
Unite is Britain and Ireland’s largest trade union with 1.4 million members working across all sectors of the economy. The general secretary is Len McCluskey.