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Councils say the only way to respond to Heathrow's latest attempt to persuade people that a third runway is inevitable is to state that the airport is offering bogus choices on noise which confirm that the airport is simply in the wrong place.
Hillingdon Council has invested £9.7 million to rebuild and expand Oak Wood School, formerly Abbotsfield School, which will provide 1,350 secondary school places in the borough.
Hillingdon Council is reassuring residents who have raised concerns regarding road safety, following a tragic incident on Shepiston Lane, Hayes on Friday 26 January.
Hillingdon Council is investing £153 million into primary schools to create more places for local children, and expansion works are underway at Warrender Primary School and Hillside Infant and Junior Schools.
During this period of windy weather a number of possible disruptions can occur across the Borough which we will do our best to address as quickly as possible.
Hillingdon libraries will be running a wide range of free events and activities throughout February in support of national Heart Month.
Government assurances that night flights could be banned with a third runway have been undermined by a new report from a major airline group making the case for additional flights in the early morning period.
A market trader from Hayes who was successfully prosecuted by Hillingdon Council's trading standards team for possessing counterfeit tobacco products and money laundering has been ordered to pay £110,000.
Hillingdon Council is encouraging residents to attend one of its open days in January to find out about hundreds of adult learning courses on offer.
Councils opposed to expansion at Heathrow have challenged Transport Secretary Chris Grayling to withdraw his claim, made in October 2016, that an expanded Heathrow will be quieter in 2030 than today.
Like many other London boroughs, a significant increase in reports of domestic abuse is expected over the festive period in Hillingdon.
At a cabinet meeting last night (14 December) Councillor Ray Puddifoot, Leader of the Council, laid out budget proposals for 2018/19.
Councils opposed to expansion at Heathrow have told the Transport Select Committee that the most recent evidence published by the government continues to demonstrate that a third runway could not be built at the airport without causing unacceptable air and noise pollution.
Hillingdon Council has made an offer to buy Uxbridge Police Station and cover half of its running costs in a bid to save it from closure.
An archive of news releases produced by the London Borough of Hillingdon.
The annual winter night shelter will be open for the six week period from 22 January 2018 to 04 March 2018.
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