News published October 2017
No place for hate: Hounslow Council helps drive home message across the borough
Hounslow Council has once again joined forces with community groups and local police to issue the positive message: There is no place for hate in Hounslow.
Last chance to have your say: Consultation on expansion at Heathrow Airport
Hounslow residents have until Tuesday 19 December to put forward their views to new evidence in the government’s revised draft Airports National Policy Statement
Residents enjoy the wild and the wonderful at Hounslow Heath
Hundreds of residents enjoyed taking a different path at the weekend, with the new walking trails showcasing the colourful past of Hounslow Heath and its many wildlife inhabitants.
Sir Trevor McDonald encourages Hounslow residents to get vaccinated
Sir Trevor McDonald has visited a Feltham health centre to encourage the borough’s residents to get their flu jabs.
Leading the way on diabetes brings national recognition
North West London Diabetes Prevention group has won the national Quality in Care [QiC] award for leading preventative work it has carried out on diabetes.
Hounslow Council welcomes scrapping of helpline charges, but urges pause to Universal Credit rollout
Hounslow Council has welcomed the government’s announcement that charges of up to 55 pence per minute will be scrapped for the Universal Credit claimants’ helpline.
Beauty salon owner nailed with a fine of over £4,000
A Hounslow beauty salon owner has been prosecuted with a fine of £4, 510 for persistently carrying out treatments without a licence.
Hounslow residents invited to help shape development and regeneration
Residents are being invited to have their say on exciting plans for development and regeneration in the west of the borough and the Great West Corridor.
Discover the historic and the wild at Hounslow Heath this Saturday
New walking trails showcasing the colourful past of Hounslow Heath and its many wildlife inhabitants are being launched this Saturday, 21 October, from 11am to 3pm.
Consultation up and running for Dukes Meadows
Residents and users of Dukes Meadows are being invited to have their say on its future as a major sports and recreation site