Your Heathrow Village Councillors picked up on a damaged and potentially dangerous tree in The Village Green Park, High St Harlington. The Village Green is a popular park amongst children and familes. It was reported to the officers on the 16th June 2014 and we had an immediate reponse on the 17th June 2014 from them with an order to fell the tree. The tree was most likely damaged from the strong winds we have recently been having.
Please report any dangerous trees/ issues to your local Heathrow Councillors or contact the Council.
Heathrow Villages Ward Councillors reported an occurence of flytipping on Cranford Lane with the help of Vigilant Residents to the Council on the 11th June 2014. The report was passed on to officers on *The Anti-social Behavioural Investgations Team* however the source of the rubbish could not be determined due to lack of evidence. Nevertheless, the waste was removed by officers promptly.
Please report any incdiences of fly tipping to your local Councillors. Take a photo and email it across to us, better yet lets try and find the people that do this and report them to the police! It will take all of us to keep our community clean and tidy.
On behalf of the Hillingdon Labour Party, we want to thank the residents of Harmondsworth for inviting us to this event. We feel that the residents did a great job of commemorating the World War One Centenary and the whole day was a success. The day ran smoothly with many visitors showing up enjoying the service with the beautiful St Mary’s Church as the back drop, the parade which ran through the village and also the equestrian event. We were joined by the Lord-Lieutenant of Greater London – Sir David Brewer, the Mayor of Hillingdon, John McDonnell, the MP of Hayes & Harlington, Sir John Randal, the MP for Uxbridge & South Ruislip and also all the other persons who made an effort of coming. It was a wonderful day showing great community spirit.
Here are a few pictures of the day.
Your local Labour Councillors
Come and join the residents of Harmondworth this sunday
Come and meet you local SNT team: Inspector Kevan Baylie, Acting Sergeant Daljinder Bassi, PC Claire Morrison & PCSO Lindsey Prior at one of the one-to-one consultation sessions at one of the following Crime Prevention Stalls for any concern you may have:
AIM: Transport for London (TfL) has appointed a contractor to carry out traffic signal modernisation at the junction of A4 Bath Road by Nobel Drive. The works area is shown on the location map below.
OBJECTIVE: The objective of this scheme is to modernise the traffic signal equipment at the junction. This is an essential works to maintain an acceptable standard of equipment on street, and to maintain the efficient and reliable operation of the traffic signals throughout London.
TIMES: The work will start on Monday 14 July to Friday 25 July 2014, or until the work is completed. In agreement with TfL and the London Borough of Hillingdon, the working hours will be from 08:00 to 18:00 for weekday works with no obstruction to the carriageway and09:30 to 15:30 on weekdays with traffic management on the carriageway.
We must balance possible disruption to residents with disruption to traffic. Working at the weekdays with traffic management exclusively on off-peak hours provides us with the best chance to complete these works as quickly as possible, with as little disruption as possible.
We will make every effort to complete all traffic signal modernisation works during day time hours allowing pedestrian movement where possible.
Should you require further information or an update during the delivery of these works please contact our Streets Customer Services department on email:firstname.lastname@example.org or via the web at www.tfl.gov.uk/contact.
Welcome to the website and blog of your local Labour Councillors who are representing the Heathrow Villages Ward in the London Borough of Hillingdon.
This website has been created so that the local community can see the work your local ward councillors are doing for the local area.
Within this site you will also find numerous ways to contact your local ward councillors. You will also find local information that will be updated regularly, this information will include information on Ward Surgeries, Safer Neighbour Team Policing (SNT) and any events that are scheduled to occur in the villages. This site will also include links to various services available to the local community via the London Borough of Hillingdon website.
We would like to encourage the local community to get involved and contact us regarding any issues or suggestions that they may have.
Please be advised that this website is still being developed so please be patient with us.
Cllr Peter Money
Cllr June Nelson
Cllr Manjit Khatra
Your Local Labour Councillors