29 Nov 2021
Hillingdon's first literary-themed Christmas festival for book lovers of all ages is coming to Manor Farm this month for a one-off seasonal extravaganza celebrating all things literary.
23 Nov 2021
This summer, Hillingdon Council was one of the first authorities in the capital to sign up to 'Trees for Streets' - a national initiative to increase street tree numbers and create greener communities.
18 Nov 2021
At today's (18 November) Full Council meeting Tony Zaman was appointed as Hillingdon Council's Interim Chief Executive and Head of Paid Service effective from 1 January 2022.
03 Nov 2021
Hillingdon Council's community awards has officially opened and now it's your chance to say thank you and nominate an individual or team who have gone above and beyond to make a difference to you and your community.
02 Nov 2021
A poignant new exhibition opens in Uxbridge this month exploring the tradition of remembrance and its origins following the First World War.
12 Nov 2021
Between Monday 8 November and Friday 17 December, Hillingdon Council will be running a key amnesty to reclaim council housing that's being used illegally.
01 Nov 2021
Hillingdon Council has been awarded The Early Permanence Quality Mark for its achievements in delivering adoption services to young children in partnership with Coram Ambitious for Adoption.
25 Oct 2021
A planning inspector has ordered a rogue landlord in Hayes to comply with enforcement notices issued by Hillingdon Council, after being found to be illegally renting two properties.
A huge price to pay for putting the public at risk -business and director ordered to pay more than £111,000
18 Oct 2021
Hillingdon Council prosecuted Quality Foods in Hayes for serious health and safety risks
14 Oct 2021
Hillingdon Council has once again been crowned the capital's greenest borough after scooping a record 63 Green Flags for its parks and green spaces.
15 Oct 2021
Hillingdon Council's waste and recycling service won the Best Partnership Award at this year's Local Authority Recycling Advisory Committee Awards (LARAC) which took place on Wednesday 6 October.
12 Nov 2021
Residents visiting Harefield Civic Amenity Site can now donate unwanted items or pick up a bargain through Hillingdon Council's new reuse centre.
08 Oct 2021
The new academic year launched in September and there's never been a better time to start your career or boost your skills with one of Hillingdon Council's adult learning courses.
07 Oct 2021
A new partnership between Hillingdon Council and broadband provider Community Fibre will bring better connections for everyone across the borough.
08 Sep 2021
A new scheme launched by Hillingdon Council will boost greenery and biodiversity in the borough by allowing residents to sponsor new trees and have them planted in their streets.
Hillingdon Council wins planning saga lasting two-decades after Hardmondsworth green belt site used as an industrial estate
24 Aug 2021
A Harmondsworth couple have lost their appeal against enforcement action from Hillingdon Council after being caught using their green belt land as an industrial estate for the second time in 20 years.
Better offers Hillingdon's young people leisure incentives to help boost COVID-19 vaccination uptake
18 Aug 2021
Leisure centres across Hillingdon are among the businesses which have joined the drive to increase COVID-19 vaccination uptake by offering incentives for young people.
09 Aug 2021
Hillingdon residents can sink their teeth into an enticing range of free activities from a walking tree trail and classic car rally, to a host of food-themed events for this year's Heritage Open Days.
05 Aug 2021
On Saturday 7 August, West London's premier outdoor swimming venue will get a 'totally tropical' makeover when the water will be heated for the first time and the doors will be opened for a family fun day.
02 Aug 2021
Hillingdon Council has today (Monday 2 August) launched a pioneering new way of working across its social care services, to enable teams to intervene early and ensure that local families have fast access to a wide range of support services around the clock.
21 Jun 2021
Hillingdon Council's Trading Standards team has been awarded a commendation for its work at Heathrow Airport to prevent unsafe consumer products entering the retail market.
18 Jun 2021
Hillingdon Council is inviting residents to vote for their favourite names put forward by local primary schoolchildren for the council's new fleet of food waste trucks.
17 Jun 2021
Hillingdon Council's new walking football sessions launch in the borough this month, to help everybody stay healthy and active.
07 Jun 2021
Two new interpretation boards commemorating the efforts of the Polish Army during the Second World War have been unveiled at a special ceremony at Hillingdon Council's Polish Forces Remembrance Garden in South Ruislip.
04 Jun 2021
Residents and businesses in Hayes and Uxbridge are the first in the borough set to benefit from ultrafast, ultra-reliable internet connections following a multi-million pound investment in 'Full Fibre' broadband by Openreach.
01 Jun 2021
Hillingdon Council has taken another step in its ambition to be one of London's greenest boroughs by not mowing selected grass verges and green spaces during May.
Targeted local enhanced testing and vaccine acceleration to take place in areas in Hillingdon to suppress spread of COVID-19 variants of concern
22 May 2021
Hillingdon Council is working with Public Health England (PHE) to carry out enhanced COVID-19 testing and accelerated vaccination in pockets of the borough where cases of the variant first discovered in India have been found.
21 May 2021
A special exhibition recognising the outstanding contribution the Polish Air Force made during the Second World War was opened today at the Battle of Britain Bunker Exhibition and Visitor Centre in Uxbridge.
21 May 2021
Hillingdon Council welcomed its new Mayor Cllr Chamdal after he was elected at the council's Annual General Meeting on Thursday 20 May. He replaces retiring Mayor, Cllr Teji Barnes in the prestigious role to highlight and promote the great things that happen in Hillingdon and help bring communities together.
20 May 2021
As further businesses across Hillingdon reopened on Monday 17 May, the importance of staff getting regular COVID-19 tests to help keep the community safe has been highlighted.
14 May 2021
The Great British Spring Clean, a mass-action environmental campaign organised by Keep Britain Tidy, runs from 28 May to 13 June, and Hillingdon Council is inviting residents to join one of its three community litter picking events in the borough.
11 May 2021
Hillingdon Council has invested £485,000 on a new fleet of vehicles that are now collecting food waste separately from garden waste.
11 May 2021
Hillingdon Council yesterday (Monday 10 May) asked the High Court for a Judicial Review of the Mayor of London's decision to approve plans for 514 new homes on the former Master Brewer site in Ickenham.
11 May 2021
Street smart schoolchildren have been awarded gift vouchers after taking part in a borough-wide road safety competition.
Targeted local enhanced testing coming to Ruislip (HA4) to suppress spread of COVID-19 variant in Hillingdon
07 May 2021
Extensive tracking of COVID-19 has identified a single case of the variant first discovered in South Africa in Ruislip.
Hillingdon Council brings COVID-19 contact tracing in-house to ensure quicker support for those who test positive
05 May 2021
A pilot localised contact tracing scheme launched by Hillingdon Council earlier this month to help reduce the spread of COVID-19 is already seeing positive results.
25 Jun 2021
Hillingdon Council has permanently protected the welfare of 23 dogs and 23 cats that were rescued from an unlicensed animal business in West Drayton which has also recently been prosecuted.
21 Apr 2021
This year, Hillingdon Council processed 3,664 primary school applications, with 93.7 percent of children offered their parents' first preference and 98.7 per cent offered a place at one of their parents' top three preferred primary schools.