Brunel University hosted Hillingdon’s first ever business expo on Thursday 9 July.
Hillingdon Council has been awarded more green flags than any other local authority in the country for the third year running.
The Airports Commission has released a final report backing the building of a third runway at Heathrow, saying it would add £147 billion in GDP over 60 years and create 70,000 jobs by 2050..
The developer and real estate asset manager Segro is considering plans for a mixed-use development on the former Nestlé coffee production site in Hayes.
The residential developer, HUB, has lodged plans for 237 homes at Cathedral Group and Development Securities’ Old Vinyl Factory scheme – the site of the former HMV/EMI record factory in Hayes.
Hillingdon Council has given the go-ahead for major improvement works at West Drayton station.
Chilled food manufacturer, Adelie Foods, has taken a lease on a 9,560sq m distribution centre at Prologis Park Heathrow in Hayes.
Building work on a superstore for the clothing and home products retailer, Next, is under way in Uxbridge.
The majority of Hillingdon’s children have been offered a place at their chosen primary school.
Buckinghamshire New University and Aylesbury College are offering free Higher Level Apprenticeships for any employee working within health and social care in the surrounding areas.