02 Oct 2023
Visitors and residents in Uxbridge are being advised to look out for changes on how you pay for parking in two of Hillingdon Council's town centre car parks.
29 Sep 2023
Hillingdon Council has made the decision to temporarily close Northwood Library from Saturday 30 September to carry out extensive building surveys.
22 Sep 2023
The horticultural heroes of Hillingdon were celebrating last weekend when the winners of this year's Autumn Show were announced.
22 Sep 2023
A construction company has been fined £5,000 after Hillingdon Council caught builders doing noisy works outside permitted hours.
22 Sep 2023
The remarkable achievements of care experienced children and young people were recognised at Hillingdon Council's fun-filled and glamorous event on Sunday 17 September.
22 Sep 2023
Hillingdon Council is set to revolutionise how it repairs potholes and uneven road surfaces across the borough by switching to a more efficient and cost-effective system.
18 Sep 2023
The former director of a Ruislip bar has been ordered to pay more than £9,000 after failing to address a cockroach infestation and breaching conditions relating to noise nuisance.
15 Sep 2023
Hillingdon Council's Cabinet (14 September) approved recommendations to maintain childcare provision in its three early years centres and roll out family hubs boroughwide to provide enhanced support for families within their local communities.
12 Sep 2023
Shoppers in Hayes will soon be greeted by hourly sounds of local people after a unique new sound clock was installed at the entrance to Station Approach this autumn.
06 Sep 2023
Hillingdon Council's new teen room at Botwell Green Library is proving popular with hundreds of young people in Hayes who have been making good use of the dedicated space after school, throughout exam time and during the summer holidays.
01 Sep 2023
Summer may be coming to an end, but Hillingdon Council has an array of events lined up this September to brighten the spirits of residents and visitors of all ages.
31 Aug 2023
Work to deliver additional special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) provision at Hillingdon schools is gathering pace with two redevelopments nearing completion and a major project due to commence.
22 Aug 2023
Back by popular demand, and ahead of October's Recycle Week, Hillingdon Council is calling on residents to reduce their household waste, reuse items from around the home and recycle more by taking part in its third Zero Waste Challenge.
15 Aug 2023
A Hayes man has been ordered by a court to pay back £40,000 he'd made by selling counterfeit iPhone batteries on eBay.
09 Aug 2023
Hillingdon Council approved a new electric vehicle infrastructure strategy at its Cabinet meeting on Thursday 27 July, which lays out plans to deliver hundreds of charging points in the borough by 2030 as more drivers switch to electric vehicles.
04 Aug 2023
Hillingdon Council's Cabinet has given the green light to appropriate vacant brownfield land for planning purposes at the former swimming pool and Falling Lane site in Yiewsley that hasn't been used in more than 10 years so it can be used to build vital affordable homes, a new library and community facility for residents.
04 Aug 2023
Hillingdon Council's Cabinet approved proposals to update its Public Spaces Protection Order (PSPO) following a consultation with residents in May.
28 Jul 2023
The coalition of councils challenging ULEZ expansion is hugely disappointed that the High Court has today determined that there is no legal impediment to the Mayor's expansion of ULEZ to outer London but accepts its decision.
25 Jul 2023
Licence holders at two off licences have been fined after being caught selling alcohol to under-age children, following an operation by Hillingdon Council.
21 Jul 2023
Hillingdon Council has retained its status as one of the greenest boroughs in the country after receiving 67 Green Flag Awards - the most held by any local authority.
20 Jul 2023
Hillingdon Council's adult education service, Learn Hillingdon, is now taking bookings for its new programme of courses for the 2023/24 academic year.
17 Jul 2023
The Cedars car park in Uxbridge and Blyth Road car park in Hayes have been given lighting upgrades to improve safety for visitors and make them more energy efficient.
14 Jul 2023
A one-bedroom bungalow in West Drayton has been converted into a fully accessible four-bedroom home through Hillingdon Council's homes extension programme.
10 Jul 2023
An Uxbridge mum has been ordered to pay almost £3,000 after fraudulently using a Blue Badge to get a parking space during the school run.
10 Jul 2023
Hillingdon Council is inviting residents to nominate someone special for its annual Kids in Care Awards 2023. The awards recognise young people who have overcome a difficult upbringing or challenging circumstances to make an outstanding achievement in their lives.
04 Jul 2023
The coalition of councils opposed to expansion of the ULEZ to outer London is optimistic of success on the first day of its legal challenge.
30 Jun 2023
Hillingdon Council is pioneering hybrid wind and solar-powered street lights to help reduce its carbon footprint while keeping people safe.
21 Jun 2023
An Uxbridge mechanic has been ordered to pay more than £5,800 after failing to demolish a single storey extension that had been built without planning permission.
15 Jun 2023
The by-election for the parliamentary constituency of Uxbridge and South Ruislip will take place on Thursday 20 July 2023 following the resignation of Boris Johnson as a Member of Parliament on Friday 9 June.
09 Jun 2023
Hillingdon Council has launched a competition for local primary aged children inviting them to share creative and sustainable ways to store food waste indoors to try and win a prize.
02 Jun 2023
Hillingdon Council is proposing to appropriate land at the former Yiewsley Library and Yiewsley Pool site for planning purposes, so it can be used to build vital new homes.
26 May 2023
The High Court has today (25 May) announced it will allow further grounds for challenge as part of a Judicial Review by a coalition of councils into the proposed expansion of the Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ).
27 Jul 2023
A set of six 'retro' style posters highlighting the local history of South Ruislip have been unveiled at South Ruislip railway bridge.
17 May 2023
This Dementia Action Week (Monday 15 to Sunday 21 May) Hillingdon Council is promoting the wide range of activities and services it provides to support residents living with dementia and their carers.
16 May 2023
A three-bedroom council house has been freed-up for a family in need after Hillingdon Council discovered in 2018 a fraudster had been living there illegally for years.
Hillingdon residents encouraged to have their say on draft family hub and early years nurseries consultation
10 May 2023
Hillingdon Council is inviting children, young people, families, carers, partners, providers and community organisations to have their say on its proposals to roll out a family hub model boroughwide and options for its early year nurseries.
04 May 2023
Hillingdon Council is inviting people in the borough to comment on plans to update the types of anti-social activities that are prohibited in its parks and public places.
27 Jul 2023
Hillingdon Council's boroughwide survey into the probable impact of the Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) expansion has provided a snapshot of the detrimental effects it would have on the borough's residents and businesses.
24 Apr 2023
Hillingdon Council has successfully prosecuted wholesale and general distribution company, Davis & Dann Limited, for failing to comply with health and safety rules at their warehouse in South Ruislip which caused significant harm to a visiting delivery driver.
18 Apr 2023
Hillingdon Council is ranked first in west London for offering children and their parents their first choice school on Primary National Offer Day.
17 Apr 2023
Hillingdon Council has organised a variety of events for residents of all ages to come together and celebrate the forthcoming Coronation of King Charles III.
17 Apr 2023
Hillingdon residents, businesses, community groups and partners are being asked to provide their views on proposals to change the borough's parking fine charges.