News in Hillingdon
18 Jun 2020
Hillingdon Council is providing a package of support and guidance to help businesses reopen safely and encourage residents to visit their local high street.
17 Jun 2020
Hillingdon Council has been commended for improving the life chances of disadvantaged families in the borough, in a report published by the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government on Wednesday 3 June.
12 Jun 2020
Local children are being encouraged to take part in the annual Summer Reading Challenge online from June to September, to enjoy books and help improve reading and literacy.
05 Jun 2020
From Monday 15 June, Hillingdon Council will be reinstating parking restrictions and charges that had been temporarily lifted in response to the pandemic.
21 May 2020
Hillingdon Council has increased its use of technology and found new ways of working to keep all essential services running during the coronavirus pandemic, the council's Cabinet heard at their first virtual meeting tonight (Thursday 21 May).
03 Jun 2020
The Rt Hon Boris Johnson, Prime Minister and MP for Uxbridge and South Ruislip, joined a video call with employees from the council's Contact Centre and coronavirus support hub on Friday 29 May.
14 May 2020
Cllr Teji Barnes was elected the new Mayor of Hillingdon at the council's Annual General Meeting meeting on Thursday 14 May. She replaces retiring Mayor, Cllr David Yarrow, in the prestigious role to highlight positive work taking place across the borough.
11 May 2020
Hillingdon Council is using this year's Foster Care Fortnight (11 to 24 May) to highlight the positive difference that fostering can make to young people's lives, and encourage residents to consider looking after a child or young person in the borough.
30 Apr 2020
The council's community hub has helped hundreds of residents receive food deliveries and a range of other services since it was created last month in response to the coronavirus pandemic.
17 Apr 2020
This year's primary school offer day has seen Hillingdon Council offer 97.55 per cent of applicants a place at one of their top three primary schools.
06 Apr 2020
Vulnerable residents across Hillingdon have been receiving food deliveries and help with daily tasks, after the council joined forces with local charities to protect those most in need during the coronavirus outbreak.
04 Mar 2020
Hillingdon Council has stepped in to help Network Rail reopen the approach to West Drayton Station, after drainage problems meant the railway company had to close the road to traffic in January.
03 Mar 2020
Hillingdon Council has once again ensured that every child living in the borough has a secondary school place, according to school admissions results issued on Monday 2 March.
27 Feb 2020
A coalition comprised of local authorities, including Hillingdon Council, together with Greenpeace, the Mayor of London, Plan B and Friends of the Earth were today successful in defeating Heathrow expansion in the Court of Appeal.
20 Feb 2020
Hillingdon Council has confirmed that council tax for over-65s will be frozen for a fourteenth consecutive year, following the approval of its budget for 2020/21 at a council meeting tonight (Thursday 20 February).
20 Feb 2020
The council is encouraging residents to mark the 75th anniversary of Victory in Europe Day (VE Day) and the end of the Second World War in Europe by holding a street party on Friday 8 May.
11 Feb 2020
Hillingdon Council's Children's Services provide a highly effective service to vulnerable adolescents in the borough, according to Ofsted inspectors following a focused visit on 15 and 16 January.
10 Feb 2020
Hillingdon Council will receive up to £2.18 million from the government's Rough Sleeping Initiative to help homeless people into accommodation.