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Hounslow takes the highway

Hounslow has been recognised as one of the best places in London for street maintenance.

Boston Manor works

The £5.7 million two-year restoration of Boston Manor House has received a funding boost. Following the announcement last summer that Hounslow Council had secured a National Lottery grant to restore the house to its former glory, the council received a further £490,000 in December 2018 for its ‘Community and Creative Catalyst’, which aims to boost the local economy and bring people together.

Chamber of Commerce to mark 100 years

Hounslow’s Chamber of Commerce is 110 years old in 2019 and the borough with London’s second largest economy after The City of London has marked a number of achievements.

Leisure centre reopens

Hanworth Air Park Leisure Centre reopened its doors in January 2019, following the £1.3 million refurbishment of its swimming pools and gym.

Khan approves Brentford scheme

Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan has given the green light to build a housing development which will deliver hundreds of new homes on the site of a former Citreon car dealership in Brentford.

Perfect partnerships

A major developer spoke of its "extraordinarily long relationship" with Hounslow Council last night, while hailing the progress of some of the west London borough's largest schemes it is overseeing.

Council leader: "Heathrow should be better, not bigger"

Steve Curran, leader of Hounslow Council, has weighed in on the Heathrow expansion decision, which saw 415 MPs across all political parties vote in favour of building a third runway, after decades of debate.

MPs vote to expand Heathrow

Parliament has ended 50 years of debate, by voting overwhelmingly in favour of expanding Heathrow airport in a landmark vote last night.

Bridging businesses

A new 135m public footbridge connecting a business campus to Chiswick Park tube station London was craned into place on 4 June 2018.

Chiswick Curve saga continues

A public inquiry launched on 12 June to look at controversial plans to build a 32-storey skyscraper in Chiswick.

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