Hounslow Council continues work with community to improve air quality on National Clean Air Day
To mark National Clean Air Day on Thursday 21 June, Hounslow Council rolled out a range of initiatives to…
Illegal travellers caught dumping waste moved on from Brentford High Street
A group of illegal travellers have been removed from private land belonging to developers Ballymore on High Street, Brentford.
No Messing in Hounslow
Hounslow Council is warning litter louts and fly-tippers that their unacceptable actions could result in a fine of up to £400, or a court appearance, as part of its new No Messing campaign.
Hounslow Council issues response to consultations on proposed Heathrow expansion
Hounslow Council has today submitted its response to Heathrow Airport’s two consultations
Victory against illegal traveller site fly-tippers
A site occupied by illegal travellers, and around 300 tonnes of waste dumped by the group, has been cleared by Transport for London (TfL), following notification from Hounslow Council
Fly-tipping repeat offender caught after dumping chicken carcasses in park
A man who was found to be repeatedly dumping hundreds of raw and cooked chicken carcasses near to Feltham Green Pond has been caught.
Enforcing a message to make Hounslow a cleaner, greener borough
Hounslow Council’s enforcement team has been out and about over the last month and issued over 450 FPNs [Fixed Penalty Notice] against fly-tippers and other actions of anti-social behaviour.
Dog owner pays huge price for failing to register her pooch properly
A Hounslow resident must pay out nearly £2,000 in fines and costs after not complying to dog microchipping regulations
Joint action day helps create cleaner, greener borough
Councillors and police officers joined Hounslow Council’s enforcement team and Hounslow Highways staff on a joint action day to tackle fly tipping and anti-social behaviour in the borough
Double fly-tipper caught in the act in Hounslow
A man who was caught by Hounslow Council’s enforcement team twice illegally dumping rubbish in the borough, has been fined £800.
Are you a litter lout? Ignore fines at your peril!
Twelve litter louts who thought they could get away with their crime, have been ordered to pay up to almost 1000 per cent more than normal.
Heathrow Northwest Runway consultation
The government recently announced Heathrow Airport as its preferred scheme for a new runway in the southeast and has today (2 February 2017) launched its public consultation on a draft National Policy
2017 arrives with a cold blast
The New Year has arrived with an icy blast of cold weather but Hounslow Council is ensuring that everything is in place to deal with any severe weather conditions.
Night flights consultation launched
A new consultation has been published by the government to introduce new measures in order to cut down the noise allowed from night flights at Heathrow, Gatwick and Stansted.
Fine dodgers prosecuted
Eight litter louts who thought they could get away with ignoring their littering fine, have had the amount they must pay increased by almost 80 per cent.