Confiscated jar of harmful skin lightening cream
10 Jun 2022
A Hayes shopkeeper has been fined £1,260 after selling an illegal skin lightening cream he told trading standard officers he thought was a harmless moisturiser.
Work to complete new rain gardens in Hayes
10 Jun 2022
Two estates in Hayes will be undergoing environmentally-friendly facelifts to make them kinder to wildlife and future-proof them against climate change.
Queen's Platinum Jubilee logo
30 May 2022
The borough is readying itself for a festival of Platinum Jubilee celebrations and everyone is invited - with a host of fun events across the borough.
New Mayor - Cllr Becky Haggar
13 May 2022
At Hillingdon council's Annual General Meeting on Thursday 12 May, Cllr Becky Haggar was elected as the new Mayor.
Foster carers Mobeena and Wajid
11 May 2022
Hillingdon Council will celebrate this year's Foster Care Fortnight (9 to 22 May) by highlighting the positive impact that fostering can have on the lives of both young people, and residents considering looking after a child or young person. 
06 May 2022
Local elections were held yesterday and votes counted overnight. There are now 53 councillors representing Hillingdon's 21 wards. The Conservatives retained control winning 30 seats while Labour won 23.
Hillingdon in Bloom 2022
06 May 2022
Hillingdon's budding horticulturalists are being invited to show off their skills as the borough's popular plant-growing competitions return for 2022.
Hillingdon Council was ranked first in the capital for offering children their parents’ first preference and top in west London across all preferences in today’s (Tuesday 19 April) Primary National Offer Day.
19 Apr 2022
Hillingdon Council was ranked first in the capital for offering children their parents' first preference and top in west London across all preferences in today's (Tuesday 19 April) Primary National Offer Day.
J Byne Haulage site at Springwell Lane, Harefield
14 Apr 2022
A Harefield haulage company has been ordered to pay almost £50,000 after flouting a legal notice from Hillingdon Council ordering it to stop illegally using the site to sort rubbish.
Ukraine and hands
25 Mar 2022
People fleeing war-torn Ukraine will be welcomed in Hillingdon as the borough opens its arms once again to those in need.
Civic Centre forecourt 2
24 Mar 2022
Hillingdon Council has agreed a 'safety valve' agreement with the Department for Education (DfE) to resolve a historical deficit of Hillingdon's ring-fenced Dedicated Schools Grant (DSG).
Highgrove House in Ruislip
16 Mar 2022
A planning inspector has thrown out an appeal contesting Hillingdon Council's decision to refuse planning and listed building applications that would have had 'unacceptable impact' on a historic Grade II listed building in Eastcote.
Maggots across the front doorway due to leaking sewage pipe
11 Mar 2022
Husband and wife landlords whose tenants had to live with no heating, broken fire safety equipment and raw sewage outside their Northwood property have been ordered to pay £27,000.
Pub beer taps
03 Mar 2022
The landlords of a nuisance pub in Uxbridge known for under-age drinking and violence have lost their appeal against the suspension of its licence.
Bob Beeston is presented with the Civic Medal
07 Mar 2022
A Scouting stalwart who's supported young people in his local Scout group for more than eight decades has been awarded one of Hillingdon's highest honours.
One of the many messes left by serial fly-tipper Dean Stanley
02 Mar 2022
A serial fly-tipper who dumped rubbish across Hillingdon, Sutton and Buckinghamshire, has been sentenced to 21 months in prison and had his van seized, following a joint prosecution.
secondary schools
03 Mar 2022
Hillingdon Council has once again offered a high number of preferred secondary school places to Hillingdon pupils.
Civic Centre forecourt 2
24 Feb 2022
Residents are set to benefit from increased investment in frontline services with no cuts and continued investment in facilities and infrastructure, as Hillingdon Council announces a council tax increase well below the rate of inflation.
L-R: Defence Attaché Section of the Polish Embassy, Colonel Robert Pawlicki, Polish Ambassador to the UK Piotr Wilczek, Sir Ray Puddifoot, Head of the Foreign Service at Poland’s Foreign Ministry, Arkady Rzegocki.
23 Feb 2022
Hillingdon Council's former leader has been presented with two significant awards for his work helping commemorate the efforts of the Polish Armed Forces during the Second World War.
Cllr Edwards and Cllr O'Brien with Buckingham Group at ground-breaking for new WD Leisure Centre
18 Feb 2022
A ceremonial ground-breaking took place in West Drayton this week as residents moved one step closer to a new, ultra-modern leisure centre.
Queens Jubilee street parties
17 Feb 2022
Residents are being encouraged to hold street parties to mark The Queen's Platinum Jubilee - and Hillingdon Council will make it easy for you.
Cllr Mills, officers and Openreach staff at site of first building connected to full fibre under council's new partnership with Openreach.
15 Feb 2022
A building in Hayes has become the first block of flats in Hillingdon to get a full fibre internet connection through the council's new partnership with digital network company Openreach.
The council's surveyor  Alex Karaiskos with Carl Poulton from Hammers Construction
04 Feb 2022
If you're considering extending or renovating your home, Hillingdon Council's building control team can help you complete your project to the best and safest standards.
Foster carers Roy and Filomena
26 Jan 2022
A powerful, emotive new video released by the council encourages more residents to consider fostering siblings.
Burrage and son 2
24 Jan 2022
A business in Uxbridge was this week ordered to pay a total of £13,400 for failing to improve hygiene standards set out by Hillingdon Council.
Yiewsley Recreation Ground
20 Jan 2022
Hillingdon Council has denied rumours that it will build a new housing development and library on protected land at Yiewsley Recreation Ground.  
Pile of newspapers
06 Dec 2022
Hillingdon Council's news releases from 2021.