News published November 2017
Hounslow Council Leader acknowledges positive local community relations
Councillor Steve Curran, Leader of Hounslow Council, has expressed his pride that the borough’s residents of different cultures and faiths exist peacefully alongside each other in a community…
Wellington Primary and Hounslow Council celebrate £15m expansion project
Wellington Primary School and Hounslow Council marked the completion of £15m expansion project with an official opening ceremony yesterday [Tuesday 28 November]
Council Leader joins forces to urge Prime Minister to guarantee rights of EU citizens in the UK
Council Leader, Cllr Steve Curran, has urged the Prime Minister to immediately guarantee the rights of people originally from other countries in the European Union living in the UK.
Hounslow's foster carers' dedication honoured at awards
Hounslow Council’s foster carers have been recognised once again for the commitment they show to the borough’s children in care.
Small Business Saturday returns to Hounslow this weekend
Shopping local is the key as Small Business Saturday returns to Hounslow on Saturday 2 December.
Space Waye to close on two weekends
Hounslow Council has announced that the borough’s re-use and recycling centre, Space Waye, will close on two weekends in December.
Hounslow Council Leader comments on Government Budget
Hounslow Council Leader, Steve Curran, has expressed disappointment that yesterday’s Budget announcement by the Government will not help the council to address the challenges that the Borough…
Council delivers on its promise to stop HMOs
Hounslow Council has put in place measures to prevent houses in the Hanworth ward of the borough becoming Homes of Multiple Occupation (HMOs).
Cabinet question time event today [Thursday 30 November]
Residents get the chance to quiz members of Hounslow Council’s Cabinet on council services and local matters at the latest question time event.
Hounslow parks back with the Council
Hounslow Council has committed to take back the management of the borough’s parks, all of which it owns, from contractors Carillion.