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Shisha cafe prosecution
09 Dec 2019
Hillingdon Council has successfully prosecuted the owner of a restaurant in Hayes for failing to prevent smoking in a smoke-free area.
Builders supplier fork lift truck
05 Dec 2019
A council prosecution has led to a local building supplies firm being ordered to pay more than £82,000 for failing to ensure the health and safety of a delivery driver who was crushed by some wooden decking.
Summer reading challenge 2019 - Space Camp
02 Dec 2019
A record 10,894 children visited Hillingdon Council's local libraries to take part in this year's national Summer Reading Challenge - ranking the council as the second highest for participation in London.
Christmas 2019
27 Nov 2019
Hillingdon Council will be spreading festive cheer with celebration events, colourful lights and free parking.
Butcher prosecution mince
02 Dec 2019
The council has successfully prosecuted a butchers in Hayes for selling lamb mince that contained beef.
POCA house
28 Nov 2019
A Hayes landlord has been ordered to pay more than £430,000 after turning her property into an illegal House in Multiple Occupation (HMO).
20 Nov 2019
Festive fun is on its way as Hillingdon Council and the Compass Theatre present Jack And The Beanstalk.
04 Nov 2019
Local authorities opposed to Heathrow expansion say that changes in government policy on climate change mean the case for a third runway should be reviewed urgently.
Shisha Cafe board
30 Oct 2019
Hillingdon Council has successfully prosecuted a restaurant owner in Hayes for failing to prevent smoking in a smoke-free area and for obstructing environmental health officers.
Bunker external
25 Oct 2019
Hillingdon's Battle of Britain Bunker Exhibition and Visitor Centre has won the Best Small Building trophy at the Society for Public Architecture, Construction, Engineering and Surveying (SPACES) national awards.
young people with James Brokenshire MP
22 Oct 2019
Hillingdon's Children in Care Council was honoured at a prestigious annual awards ceremony at the House of Commons that celebrates the achievements of young people in the UK.
22 Oct 2019
New data has highlighted Hillingdon as one of the safest London boroughs for motorists for the third year running.
17 Oct 2019
Local authorities committed to protecting their residents from the damaging effects of Heathrow expansion will go to the Court of Appeal today (Thursday 17 October) to outline vital flaws in the government's decision to give the go ahead to a third runway at the West London airport.
Adolescents team, Children's Services
15 Oct 2019
Hillingdon Council's adolescents team has been shortlisted for two prestigious national awards.
Family of five
08 Oct 2019
Today (Tuesday 8 October) Hillingdon Council is joining with Coram Ambitious for Adoption, the capital's first Regional Adoption Agency (RAA) to support the running of its adoption service.
Free trees
11 Oct 2019
Hillingdon Council is giving away 5,000 tree saplings to help the borough become a greener and healthier place to live, work and visit.
Recycling week
02 Oct 2019
Hillingdon Council supported this year's national Recycle Week campaign by holding events in the borough and reminding residents about what they can recycle.
Day of the Older Person
01 Oct 2019
Hillingdon Council held a successful free event for older residents on Tuesday 24 September ahead of the International Day of Older Persons today.
Paul Richards and Stuart Hunt collect Eastcote Village award
26 Sep 2019
Hillingdon collected a string of accolades at this year's London in Bloom awards, maintaining its reputation as one of the greenest boroughs in London.
Elephant Park
18 Sep 2019
Residents are being invited to help at two community planting days this month to bring colour and biodiversity to Elephant Park, Hillingdon.
Dog walker
16 Sep 2019
A new licensing scheme for professional dog walkers is being introduced by Hillingdon Council to make the borough's parks more pleasant for everyone who uses them.
Siren on police car
13 Sep 2019
As part of its ongoing commitment to support policing in the borough and keep residents safe, Hillingdon Council has renewed its offer to buy Uxbridge Police Station to enable its continued use by local police officers.
Image of drone
12 Sep 2019
Hillingdon Council has today (Thursday 12 September) sent a strong message to anyone caught flying an unauthorised drone of any size near Heathrow airport or in any of the borough's parks and open spaces that they will face tough penalties.
Battle of Britain Day bunker
12 Sep 2019
Residents and visitors are being invited to commemorate the 79th anniversary of the Battle of Britain Day with a day of events and family activities on Sunday 15 September at the Battle of Britain Bunker and Exhibition and Visitor Centre in Uxbridge.
04 Sep 2019
Residents in Hillingdon can enjoy free tennis lessons at Cavendish Recreation Ground from Saturday 7 September.
High Speed Rail
21 Aug 2019
Hillingdon Council has welcomed today's (Wednesday 21 August) news that the government has decided to review the value and the viability of the High Speed 2 rail project.
19 Aug 2019
Residents can commemorate the summer before the outbreak of the Second World War at the Battle of Britain Bunker this bank holiday weekend.
24 Jul 2019
Plans for Heathrow expansion face a fresh legal challenge in the Court of Appeal in October.
Dowding Park
19 Jul 2019
Hillingdon is celebrating its title of the greenest borough in London after being awarded five more Green Flags - bringing its new tally to 55.
Musical instrument
15 Jul 2019
Hillingdon Council has announced plans to expand the reach of its music service to give more children the opportunity to participate in music.