Thank you to all those who have contributed to the Flood Investigation Report for the 23 June 2016.
The Council have sought to amend the report to address any queries where it is appropriate to do so.
It has now been published on the Council website.
Please use the following link to access it:http://www.hillingdon.gov.uk/article/29022/Flood-risk-investigation
We have reported this dumping of rubbish at Moor Lane Allotments. In addition the lock was removed. We have made the site secure.
Collection days for your general waste, dry recycling, garden, textiles and food waste over the Christmas and New Year period for 2015/16.
Things to remember
– Leave your rubbish out for collection by 6am on the revised collection day.
– Leave your rubbish near your front gate, but not on the pavement.
– Place your food bin with your garden waste at your property boundary for collection.
– Leave the textile recycling (purple sack) tied up ready with your other dry recycling.
– To avoid refuse sacks being split open by animals we recommend the use of regular domestic dustbins (not wheeled bins)
If you have any queries please call the council’s contact centre on 01895 556000.
Recycle your Christmas tree
Christmas trees can be recycled for free as part of the weekly garden waste collection service. Cut into pieces of less than three feet.
As you are aware, Mini cab drivers are a huge issue in the Heathrow Villages Ward. It is an issue unique to Heathrow Villages Ward and we have worked with the Council to develop a Public Spaces Protection Order (PSPO) to target mini cab drivers.
The condition of the order prohibits:
1) Spitting saliva or any other product from the mouth onto the ground.
2) Urinating or defecating in a public space.
3) Being verbally abusive to any persons or behaving in a way which causes or is likely to cause harassment.
4) Leaving the engine of a stationary or parked vehicle running.
We have also been working with Heathrow Villages Safer neighbourhood team (SNT), TfL compliance officers, Heathrow airport police officers, Council enforcement officers and most importantly residents.
In light of the above issues, and with intelligence gathered from residents, ‘Days of Action’ are organised and are days, dedicated on pro-active mini cab enforcement patrols.
The last day of action was on the 19th November 2015, it started at 11am and many tickets were issued. These days of action have been well received by the residents as it send out a clear message to all offending mini cab drivers that such behaviour is not tolerated on our residential roads.
Please contact us, should you like any further information or if you can provide intelligence.
Cllr Peter Money, Cllr June Nelson & Cllr Manjit Khatra.
Your Local Labour Councillors