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On 6 September a new national phone number "105" was launched by electricity network operators for customers to call should they need to report or get information about a power cut in their area.
A cross-party group of eleven London councils has urged the Prime Minister to support a new runway at Gatwick Airport and abandon proposals to expand Heathrow.
Summer 2016 brings with it a new adventure at Hillingdon Council's Ruislip Lido, where residents can explore the planets of our solar system during a circuit of the 60 acre lake.
A newly refurbished community room at Hillingdon Council's Austin Road Estate was opened to residents on Thursday 28 July, after the council worked with Hillingdon Play Association and Hasbro, the toy manufacturer, to bring about the transformation.
Hillingdon Council is urging residents to have their say on proposals to give officers additional powers to address the problem of commercial vehicles congregating in council car parks associated with council operated leisure and green space facilities.
The Leaders of three London councils have written to the new Secretary of State for Transport to threatening legal action if the new cabinet gives Heathrow expansion the green light.
Hillingdon Council was presented with another eight Green Flags at a ceremony 20 July, bringing the borough's total to 42 flags, its highest ever and the most anywhere in the UK.
Hillingdon Council's Music Hub donated more than 90 old brass instruments to Brass for Africa, a charity that works with disadvantaged children in Uganda and Liberia, on 30 June.
The new Mayor of Hillingdon, Cllr John Hensley, launched his 2016/17 charity appeal on 28 June.
Hillingdon Council delivered duvets, discarded by students from Brunel University at the end of the academic year, to the Dogs Trust where they will help keep some of the borough's most vulnerable canines cosy.
Hillingdon Council has responded to complaints from residents who reported noise from a construction company working beyond the limit of 1pm on a Saturday at Clearview House, 201 Pinner Road, Northwood.
Hillingdon Council has successfully prosecuted the Nanaksar Trust to demand an unauthorised car park is removed from green belt land at the school.
On Wednesday 25 May Hillingdon Council and the local police brought people from across Hillingdon together to talk about building a stronger and safer borough.
An archive of news releases produced by the London Borough of Hillingdon.
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