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Conservatives hold Hillingdon

The Conservatives marginally increased its Hillingdon Council majority from 42 seats to 44, despite being identified by Labour as a key battleground during the 2018 English local elections. All 65 seats were up for election, with 33 required to control the authority.

Annington rental units completed

Developer St Modwen has sold 207 private rented sector units at its 1,300-home mixed-use regeneration project at St Andrew's Park, Uxbridge, to housing association Annington.

Lottery boost for park project

Plans to rejuvenate Cranford Park in Hillingdon have been boosted with a 221,100 grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund and Big Lottery.

Office work

Commercial property investment company CLS Holdings has bought Harman House at 1 George Street in Uxbridge from PGIM Real Estate for 51 million.

Rejuvenated spaces near handover

A 3 million project to transform 16ha of Hillingdon's derelict land into attractive public spaces is close to completion.

Park life

A 13ha park in Uxbridge, believed to be Greater London's largest new public green space since the Olympic Park, has been handed over to Hillingdon Council.

Topping out at former base

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.

New term for secondary school

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.

Primary expansion

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.

Cash into coffee

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.

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