News published May 2019
Statement from Hounslow Council on Hammersmith Bridge closure
The council is aware that the ongoing closure of Hammersmith Bridge is causing traffic disruption in the surrounding area.
Hounslow elects new Mayoral team for 2019-20
Councillor Tony Louki, ward member for Osterley & Spring Grove, has been elected Mayor of Hounslow for the municipal year 2019/20.
First month of Mayor’s Ultra-Low Emission Zone sees 74 per cent of vehicles comply with new standards
The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, praises thousands of motorists across the capital for changing their behaviour to help improve London’s air quality
New bus stops for Lampton school
Pupils from Lampton School joined local councillors, the Mayor of Hounslow and officers from Hounslow Council for the official opening of two new bus stops last week along the A4 Great West Road,…
European Parliamentary Election: 23 May 2019
There is only a week to go until the Election on 23 May 2019.
Hanworth Park House
The council has been working with the owners of Hanworth Park House to develop a workable options to bring it back into use and maintain it for the future.
Voting by post? Look out for your postal vote pack
Hounslow voters who requested a postal vote should look out for their postal vote pack, as these are being sent out this week (8 to 15 May 2019).
Mayor awards £254,100 to Meadowbank Digital Training Centre
Hounslow Council will benefit from a fund of £254,100 from the Mayors Capital Fund to support Meadowbank Digital Training Centre.
Transform a life and foster for Hounslow
Foster Care Fortnight, Monday 13 - Sunday 26 May, is the UK’s biggest foster care awareness raising campaign, delivered by the leading fostering charity, The Fostering Network.
Meet Hounslow’s new Members of Youth Parliament
Two young people from Hounslow have been elected to represent the borough in the UK Youth Parliament.