Dear all,

Dear all, could I please make you aware of the increase we are experiencing in vehicle crime. Namely theft of number plates. Could I please advise you to consider purchasing anti theft screws for number plates. These can be purchased from Halfords or Amazon and retail for about £6. This would be a worthwhile investment.
Could I also highlight that many criminals use vehicle advertising sites to target victims and clone vehicle registration plates. If you or anyone you know is selling their vehicle and advertising it on Gum tree or Auto trader, could I please advise you to obscure your registration from the advertisement, this will prevent criminals from using that number plate.

If you have any further questions, please do not hesitate in contacting the Heathrow Villages Safer Neighbourhood Team on 02087212557 or


PC 600 Dal Bassi
Heathrow Villages Safer Neighbourhood Team
Email –
Tel – 020 8721 2557

Replacement of Refuse Hopper

The resident was very happy that the refuse hopper doors have been replaced stating that the new doors are very splendid.

The Community Housing Officer will also send a letter to all the residents in the block reiterating the correct method of refuse disposal and that, if this is ignored, the Council can take action under the Environmental Protection Act, which could result in a fixed penalty notice.

For any issues similar to this, please don’t hesitate to contact us.

Road resurfacing Heathrow Villages Ward

Dear Fellow Residents

Great news for the residents Byron Way. We have been working hard to ensure that more funding for road resurfacing is allocated in Heathrow Villages and we are seeing positive results!

As part of this year’s road resurfacing programme, works are to be carried out on the 26th May 2015.

The Council will place notices on the street giving the actual start date. The hours of working will be 8.00am to 4.30pm subject to weather conditions and other unforeseen problems.

This is excellent news for Heathrow Villages and we are fighting to get more roads resurfaced.

If you have any concerns regarding these works, please don’t hesitate to contact your Labour Heathrow Villages Councillors.

We will be posting names of more roads that have funding allocated in the next few days!!

Cllr Money, Nelson and Khatra.

High St Harlington – flooding/ damaged road

Please see the pictures attached. This section of the high street is in a very poor state. It is located opposite the Co-op and the local pharmacy.

The road has been previously patched up but this section of the High St now needs to be resurfaced completely. Can I suggest that this road is added to the road resurfacing program and the drainage also checked as there is also localised flooding.

Harmondsworth Lane – Traffic Calming

Dear Resident

I am writing to advise you that we are ready to build speed tables in Harmondsworth Lane and the western section of Holloway Lane. The works will improve road safety for everyone, especially pedestrians and cyclists. They will form an extension to the calming measures as already introduced in Hatch Lane and Holloway Lane.

The idea is to use the opportunity and reduce the speed restriction from 30mph to 20mph in both Harmondsworth Lane and the western part of Holloway Lane over the sections as shown on the drawing attached.


Cranford Park ‘walk & talks’ and Friends meeting

This Tuesday (19 May): Find out the latest news and contribute your views at the Cranford Park Friends Quarterly Meeting. 7:30pm at the Crane Community Centre, Fuller Way, Harlington (easy parking. Bus E6 to Cranford Drive). Tea/coffee served.

On Thursday May 28 there will be a Woodland Walk and Talk led by Andy Willmore of London Wildlife Trust and Alison Shipley of LBH.

As part of London Tree Week why not join us for an early evening stroll and learn more about the fantastic trees and woodland in Cranford Park? Meet at Information Centre at 7pm – finish 8.30pm. Please contact us for disabled access.

For more information see

Bob Barton
Secretary Also on Facebook