News published June 2021
Convent Way residents’ vote an overwhelming ‘yes’ for estate transformation
Residents of Hounslow's Convent Way have provided an overwhelming endorsement of Council proposals for regeneration of the estate.
Public warned about Oak Processionary Moth as Hounslow Council takes action to remove infestations across the borough
As part of a nationwide effort to remove caterpillars that can cause eye and throat irritations in humans, work has started to remove caterpillar nests in Hounslow.
Call for businesses to sign up to ShopLocal voucher scheme
Independent businesses in Hounslow are being encouraged to sign up to a new voucher scheme to support the borough’s high streets and encourage residents to shop locally.
Council supports Armed Forces Day
Mayor of Hounslow praises Armed Forces' contribution.
More new Council homes approved in Hounslow
Hounslow Council has secured planning approval to build more than 100 new homes in the borough.
‘We cannot walk alone’ – Fostering Unaccompanied Asylum-Seeking Children
As part of Refugee Week’s theme for this year – ‘We cannot walk alone’, the Council would like to shine a light on Unaccompanied Asylum Seeking Children (UASC) and the foster…
Have your say on proposals for new Parliamentary constituencies in Hounslow
The Boundary Commission for England (BCE) has published its initial proposals for new parliamentary constituency boundaries.
Hounslow Council welcomes fine for rogue property owner
Hounslow Council has welcomed the decision of Uxbridge Magistrate's Court in a case it took to enforce action against a rogue property owner.
Hounslow Council bids farewell to Irish Guard and Cavalry Barracks
This summer after 229 years Hounslow Cavalry Barracks is closing and the borough says goodbye to the Irish Guards.
‘We Cannot Walk Alone’ – this year’s theme for Refugee Week
Hounslow Council is supporting this year’s theme for Refugee Week - ‘We Cannot Walk Alone’.