News published September 2021
Council approves the purchase of new social rent homes in High Street Quarter
Council purchases more new affordable homes at the High Street Quarter development in Hounslow.
Statement from Councillor Guy Lambert, Cabinet Member for Highways, Recycling and Companies
Statement from Councillor Guy Lambert, Cabinet Member for Highways, Recycling and Companies on the shortage of HGV drivers and the impact on waste and recycling collections.
Statement from Cllr Tom Bruce on vaccinations for 12-15 year olds
Statement from Cabinet Member for Education, Children and Youth Services, Cllr Tom Bruce re: vaccinations for 12-15 year olds
The new and improved Chiswick Area Forum returns this September
Next meeting on Tuesday 14 September at 7pm at Chiswick Town Hall - the Future of Public Transport and Supporting Young and Old are on the agenda.
Welcome Back Fund offers boost for town centre events in run up to Christmas
Community events across Hounslow’s town centres are eligible to receive Welcome Back funding in a bid to bring life, community and fun back to Hounslow’s public spaces.
Progress continues to make Hounslow a net zero carbon Council
Plans to further reduce carbon emissions and improve air quality for residents are at the heart of a report presented at Hounslow Council’s Cabinet meeting on Tuesday 7 September.
Rediscover your local library this Autumn
All of Hounslow’s eleven libraries are open to the public once again and are available for residents to enjoy this Autumn.
Helping each other to stay safe this Autumn
Statements from Hounslow’s Director of Public Health, Kelly O’Neill and Cabinet Member for Adults, Social Care and Health, Cllr Candice Atterton.
Plans unveiled to keep delivering a Cleaner, Greener Hounslow
Ambitious plans to invest £3.85m to tackle waste and litter and improve recycling rates across Hounslow, including a new Park Ranger service, were unveiled at Hounslow Cabinet meeting.
Statement from Cllr Guy Lambert in response to Brentford Towers article in local press
Cllr Guy Lambert, Lead member for Recycling; Waste, Highways and Trading Companies, defends Brentford Towers community following local news site misreporting.