News published June 2021
Surge status to end a week early in Hounslow thanks to ‘incredible efforts’ of residents
Lord Bethell has this afternoon written to Hounslow Council’s Leader, Cllr Steve Curran and Hounslow Council’s Chief Executive, Niall Bolger, to inform them that Surge status in Hounslow…
New Council Homes in Feltham
The Council are pleased to announce the start of the construction of 102 new council homes at Frank Towell Court in Feltham, in partnership with Wilmott Dixon.
Statement - Hounslow Council welcomes StreetSpace decision
Hounslow Council has welcomed a court decision in relation to legal action taken by cab drivers against TfL and the Mayor of London.
Mass PCR testing event to help kick out Covid 19 at Brentford FC's new stadium
Hounslow Council and Brentford Football Club are tackling COVID-19 at the weekend with a mass PCR testing event for the borough’s residents on Saturday 19 June from 11.00am-6.00pm.
Time running out to secure UK stay
There are now just days left to apply to stay in the UK if you are an EU/EEA/Swiss citizen.
Protecting our children’s health from air pollution in Hounslow
To mark Clean Air Day, Hounslow Council is calling for further action to tackle air pollution in the borough and highlighting the actions we can all take to reduce emissions.
Council takes back control of Green Lane sports ground
Hounslow Council has retaken control of Green Lane sports ground to ensure its pitches can reopen to the community as soon as possible following months of closure.
Government extends lockdown by four weeks - statement from Cllr Steve Curran
In response to this evening’s announcement of a roadmap extension of four weeks, by the Prime Minister, Hounslow’s Council Leader, Cllr Steve Curran, made the following statement:
Hounslow House to go Green for Grenfell
To mark the fourth anniversary of the Grenfell tragedy, the Council is lighting Hounslow House green this evening.
Taking action to prevent illegal encampments on council land
An injunction to stop illegal encampments on council-owned land recently came to an end after a High Court hearing ruled that this type of injunction was not permissible.