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Award-winning development launches sales

The second phase of home sales at an award-winning residential scheme on Brentford's waterfront launches this month.

Safety first

Work to replace flammable cladding and install fire doors at a 12-storey tower block in Hounslow was completed in November, following recommendations made in the wake of the Grenfell tower fire tragedy that claimed 71 lives.

New year, new property

Around 80% of apartments and townhouses at luxury housing development Chiswick Gate are ready to move into, according to developer Berkeley Homes West London.

Corridor of change

A three-month consultation on Hounslow's 15-year regeneration plan concluded on 10 December 2017.

Clean streets

A three-month deep cleaning programme has begun for 400 of Hounslow's roads.

Heathrow consultation takes off

Heathrow Airport has invited local communities to share their views on its expansion plans in a 10-week public consultation on possible expansion and future operations, launching in January.

Back in control

Hounslow Council is set to reclaim control of the borough's parks from environment contractor Carillion, in April 2018.

Bees buzz for stadium move

Work is expected to start on a new stadium at Lionel Park for Championship football team Brentford known locally as the Bees in February after the council approved amendments to the club's plan on 7 December.

Spring launch for High Street Quarter

A 210 million mixed-use housing scheme in the centre of Hounslow will be launched in spring 2018 by housebuilder Barratt Homes.

Walsh clocks off

Brendon Walsh, Hounslow Council's executive director of regeneration, economic development and environment, has left the council after nearly five years.

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