News published August 2021
Hounslow’s hidden gems revealed during Open House London Festival
Fancy taking a behind-the-scenes tour of some amazing buildings in and around London, or discovering some fantastic urban landscapes?
School Streets made permanent, update on Streetspace and views wanted on C9
After an extensive listening exercise and independent review, Hounslow Council has announced that it will make the borough’s School Streets trials permanent.
Covid cash boost for households and local businesses
Hounslow Council is giving every household in the borough a £20 ShopLocal voucher to spend in local participating businesses.
The Barnes Bridge Walkway, a ‘stunning’ new route into Dukes Meadows
Work is about to begin to build a ‘beautiful’ new footbridge for pedestrians and cyclists travelling along the Thames Pathway into Dukes Meadows in Chiswick.
A leap forward for the green recovery in Cranford's River Crane
The Conservation Volunteers (TCV) and the project, London’s River Crane – Reclaiming the Riverside has been awarded a grant of £211,900 from the Green Recovery Challenge Fund.
Hounslow on standby to support Afghan refugees
Hounslow Council is finalising plans to ensure it can respond to a Government request that all councils play a part in providing sanctuary to Afghan migrants fleeing from the Taliban.
Artefacts found on new Brentford housing development
Archaeological dig uncovers ancient artefacts on the site of Brentford housing development
Hounslow Council consults residents with Protected Characteristics on the impact of Cycleway 9
Hounslow Council is gathering the views of residents to assess how the Cycleway 9 trial may affect people with Protected Characteristics.
Bricks laid as 61 new homes for council rent are on track for completion
Leader of Hounslow Council, Cllr Steve Curran, visits Burlington Close site which will provide new affordable homes.
Lesson for Hounslow’s first-time commuters - It’s a jungle out there.
Hounslow Council helping children stay safe on our roads this autumn.