Council strategy 2022-2026

The 4-year council strategy for 2022-2026 was agreed on Thursday 17 November 2022.

Our strategy

The strategy (PDF) [232KB] outlines the council's vision of putting residents first, and its ambition statement for residents that Hillingdon is a safe, inclusive, more digital borough with a strong economy. 

The document outlines the council's 5 commitments to residents and the council's priorities within these commitments and how they will be delivered. The final draft was reviewed and all feedback considered by the council's select committees, Cabinet and Full Council as part of the consultation process. 

Our 5 commitments to residents

  1. Safe and strong communities
    Hillingdon is a safe place with resilient, strong communities with access to good quality, affordable housing.

  2. Thriving, healthy households
    Children, young people, their families and vulnerable adults and older people live healthy, active and independent lives.

  3. A green and sustainable borough
    Hillingdon will be a sustainable, carbon-neutral borough, protecting Hillingdon's heritage, built environment and valued green spaces. Residents will live in pleasant neighbourhoods with access to sustainable waste management and transport.

  4. A thriving economy
    We are actively working with local businesses and partners to create a borough where businesses grow within a strong economy and local people can improve their skills and enjoy good quality jobs.

  5. A digital-enabled, modern, well-run council
    We are a well-run, sustainable council with sound financial management, achieving positive outcomes for residents.

Our ambitions for residents

Hillingdon is a safe, inclusive, green, more digital borough with a strong economy. We want all our residents to:

  • live active and healthy lives
  • enjoy access to green spaces, leisure activities, culture and arts
  • live in a sustainable borough that is carbon neutral
  • be/feel safe from harm
  • live in good quality, affordable homes in connected communities
  • stay living independently for as long as they are able
  • achieve well in education, with opportunities for learning at all ages
  • have opportunities to earn an income that supports their families.

Our ambitions for the council

We will strive to be an efficient, well-run, digital-enabled council working with partners to deliver services to improve the lives of all our residents.

Page last updated: 01 Dec 2022