A 13-ha park in Uxbridge, believed to be the largest new public green space in Greater London since the Olympic Park, has been handed over to Hillingdon Council.
The latest phase of a £90 million housing development at St. Andrew's Park in Uxbridge has been marked with a ceremony to celebrate the topping out of four new apartment blocks, containing 249 homes in a range of ownerships and tenures.
Ray Puddifoot, leader of Hillingdon Council, and Boris Johnson, MP for Uxbridge and South Ruislip, officially opened Oak Wood School on 2 February, unveiling a plaque in the entrance hall.
Expansion works at Warrender Primary School and Hillside Infant and Junior Schools started in January, as part of Hillingdon Council's £153 million drive to create more primary school places for local children.
A former bank premises at the Pavilions shopping centre in Uxbridge High Street will be turned into a branch of coffee and sandwich chain Pret A Manger, after Hillingdon Council approved plans for a change of use.
A scheme by Transport for London (TfL) to make bus travel easier by colour-coding buses by route will be rolled out across five west London boroughs, including Hillingdon, following a similar trial in east London last May.
The first anniversary of the Old Vinyl Factory in Hayes opening as rented apartments was celebrated on Tuesday with a special radio broadcast live from the building.
The UK's fastest growing data centre provider is moving to a prominent business park in Hayes.
At the launch of the third issue of Hillingdon magazine, which focuses on development and regeneration in the west London borough, Jonathon Bianco, cabinet member for finance, property and business services at the council, hailed the progress made since the last issue was released two years ago.
New homes in the Old Vinyl Factory development, Hayes, are offering residents the opportunity to live in one of west Londonís fastest developing hotspots.