digger on flatbed driving down the side of house
12 Apr 2023
An Uxbridge man has been ordered to pay more than £2,600 after ignoring two planning enforcement notices served after he illegally built a single-story extension at the home he rented in Cowley Road.
Group of young people
27 Jul 2023
Hillingdon Council is inviting young people, families, carers, partner agencies and community organisations to have their say on its new proposals for the youth offer in the borough.
Young, black, vulnerable girl
03 Apr 2023
Hillingdon Council is asking people who might be able to provide emergency short term foster care to a child of any age or offer safe refuge to an unaccompanied asylum-seeking child (UASC) to contact its fostering team.
ULEZ sign
30 Mar 2023
The Mayor of London is being called out for starting to install signs and ANPR cameras by stealth in the outer London boroughs which are challenging expansion of the ULEZ.
team picture from awards night
30 Mar 2023
Hillingdon Council's local land charges team won the top award for customer satisfaction at the Local Land Charges Awards for Excellence held in Bristol on Tuesday 28 March.
hand dropping orange peel into food waste bin
28 Mar 2023
Hillingdon Council is asking residents to waste less, save money and help to create a cleaner, greener planet for future generations, by signing up to its next Zero Waste Challenge, which will run from Monday 3 to Sunday 30 April.
Modified first floor extension with new door and railings at 15b Station Road, Hayes
27 Mar 2023
A rogue landlord has been ordered to pay more than £15,000 after illegally altering buildings he rented out as houses of multiple occupancy in Hayes.
Sports equipment
23 Mar 2023
Hillingdon Council's Holiday Activities and Food programme (HAF) is returning on Monday 3 April to provide a range of free fun activities, food and refreshments to eligible children and young people during the Easter school holidays.
Leader, Mayor and Chief Executive with all the winners from the 2023 Hillingdon Community Awards
14 Mar 2023
Hillingdon Council celebrated 24 residents and organisations this evening (Tuesday 14 March) for their bravery, volunteering and community work at its annual Community Awards.
six children smile at the camera
03 Mar 2023
Hillingdon Council has continued to offer a high number of preferred secondary school places to Hillingdon pupils.
Books in a library
01 Mar 2023
Hillingdon residents, partners, businesses and community groups can now have their say on the vision for Hillingdon Council's library service for the next five years.
ULEZ sign
01 Mar 2023
Hillingdon Council has launched a survey to measure the probable impact of the expansion of the Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) on borough residents and businesses.
Picture of front of Civic Centre with red flowers in foreground
23 Feb 2023
Hillingdon Council approved its annual budget on Thursday 23 February, confirming that investment in services will continue in 2023/24 and setting a council tax and social care precept increase well below the rate of inflation.
High court
17 Feb 2023
A Hayes shop owner has been ordered to pay more than £1,300 for selling vapes containing nicotine to children following an investigation by Hillingdon Council's trading standards team.
ULEZ sign
16 Feb 2023
A coalition of five councils has today (Thursday 16 February) launched a Judicial Review to challenge Transport for London (TfL) and the Mayor of London's decision to expand the Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) to outer London boroughs.
Coronation Emblem
14 Feb 2023
Hillingdon residents still have two weeks to submit applications to Hillingdon Council to hold a street party to mark the Coronation of His Majesty, the King.
ULEZ sign
08 Feb 2023
Leaders of four councils have today (Wednesday 8 February) told the Mayor of London air pollution statistics he shared were misleading and pledged their commitment to fighting his ULEZ expansion plans.
ULEZ sign
13 Jan 2023
The London boroughs of Hillingdon, Bexley, Bromley and Harrow have this week written to the Mayor of London raising serious concerns around his ULEZ expansion plans and the adverse effects this will have on our residents, businesses and visitors to outer London.
Brunel University London's Vice-Chancellor and President, Professor Andrew Jones (l) and Leader of Hillingdon Council, Cllr Ian Edwards (r)
25 Jan 2023
Hillingdon Council is celebrating the formation of a new partnership with the internationally renowned Brunel University London which will see both organisations work collaboratively to foster positive opportunities for the borough.
Pile of newspapers
01 Jan 2023
Hillingdon Council's news releases from 2022.
Pile of newspapers
01 Jan 2022
Hillingdon Council's news releases from 2021.