Master Brewer Site | Hillingdon Today

Council seeks Judicial Review of Mayor’s Master Brewer decision

Hillingdon Council originally refused the planning application from Inland Homes in March 2020 due to concerns about the inappropriate scale of the development, which...
Self Driving Vehicle | Hillingdon Today

Government paves the way for self-driving vehicles on UK roads

Motorists could see self-driving vehicles on British roads for the first time later this year. Following a landmark call for evidence, the government has set...
Hanging Basket | Hillingdon Today

Hillingdon Council’s ‘in bloom’ competition launches

Hillingdon Council's popular annual gardening competition, Hillingdon in Bloom, will be judged virtually again this year, with residents being asked to submit their photo...
Hedgehog | Hillingdon Today

Wildlife Rescue Centres Warn of Danger to Hedgehogs from Strimmers as Peak Gardening Season...

Brighter days are here at last. The welcome signs of spring are all around: blossom on the trees; a puff of white cloud in...
Woods with sun behind | Hillingdon Today

New report provides evidence of compounding threats that pose catastrophic consequences for UK woods and trees

A new report published by the Woodland Trust brings together evidence which highlights a barrage of compounding threats which could have catastrophic consequences for...
Photograph of park | Hillingdon Today

Council encourages residents to share their views on action plan to tackle climate change

Hillingdon Council is encouraging residents and businesses to give their feedback on its draft plan for tackling climate change as it sets out to...
Uxbridge magistrates court

Restaurant fined £10,000 for cutting down mature trees

Hillingdon Council has prosecuted a restaurant business in Swakeleys Road, Ickenham after its owners commissioned the felling of two trees in a conservation area...
Rubbish bags ready for collection | Hillingdon Today

Easter Bank holiday rubbish and recycling collection days

Hillingdon Council have announced changes to the times rubbish is collected over the Easter Bank holiday weekend. To minimise disruption, they we will be working...
Artist impression of the London Blossom Garden

Final blossom trees planted on anniversary of first lockdown

The final two blossom trees are planted at the new London Blossom Garden to mark one year since the nation’s first lockdown. Keyworkers from TFL...
Cycle icon on street

Record-breaking growth in London’s cycle network continues

Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, and Transport for London have announced that construction work will begin on four major new cycling infrastructure projects across...


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