News published January 2021
Well-known Chiswick man passes away
A local man who slept rough in Chiswick for more than 30 years has sadly passed away, Hounslow Metropolitan Police Service has confirmed.
Residents struggling to afford basics during coronavirus urged to apply for grants
Hounslow Council is urging residents struggling to make ends meet during the pandemic to apply for help and assistance to buy basics such as food.
Your NHS – Hounslow - needs you!
Hounslow Council is ‘rallying the troops’ in the fight against Covid and calling on residents to apply for jobs to help save lives.
Making it even easier for Hounslow residents to access free rapid tests
Getting access to free ‘rapid tests’ is now even easier for Hounslow residents, with the launch of a new testing site in Feltham today.
Full steam ahead to deliver Hounslow’s green recovery
Hounslow Council has unveiled ambitious plans to stimulate the green economy, create jobs and communities of the future, and make Hounslow a carbon neutral borough.
India celebrates their 72nd Republic Day on 26 January
India celebrates Republic Day annually on 26 January, and this year the country will celebrate its 72nd Republic Day to mark the day India became a sovereign republic.
Play your part in Census 2021
Hounslow Council is urging residents to take part in the census this year which will be held on 21 March 2021.
Hounslow Council’s ‘cautious welcome’ for Imperial Air Quality report
Hounslow Borough Council has cautiously welcomed a report into the impact of air quality on deaths in Hounslow, published on Monday 25th January.
Disruption to some waste collections due to adverse weather conditions
There may be some disruption to the council’s waste collection services this week (25-29 January) due to icy conditions
Council serves prohibition notice on Tesco, Osterley, under Coronavirus Regulations
Leader of Hounslow Council, Cllr Steve Curran, has confirmed that the council has served a prohibition notice on Tesco in Osterley under the Coronavirus Regulations.