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After intense debate Hillingdon Council throw out West Drayton recycling centre plans
Plans for a recycling centre on the same site have been rejected twice before by Hillingdon Council.
London Assembly elections: Sahota and Shah retain Labour seats
The results of the four west London seats on the London Assembly were hotly contested as Labour and the Conservatives took two seats each
Meet Hillingdon and Ealing's prospective Assembly Members hoping for your vote
Voters will go to the polls to decide who should be the next London Mayor, as well as members of the London Assembly, on May 5
Zac Goldsmith claims third runway is "effectively off the table" after Harmondsworth visit
The Conservative Mayoral candidate, against Heathrow expansion, met villagers who will be affected by the new runway
Assembly Member speaks out against West Drayton Powerday proposal
Dr Onkar Sahota Labour AM has asked Hillingdon Council to use 'common sense' and reject the proposal, which now has 3,000 signatures against it
West Drayton councillors in dispute over traffic calming measures
A second petition signed by hundreds to make Swan Road safer has been dismissed by Hillingdon Council
Milkman councillor 'has the bottle' for election fight
A milkman and serving West Drayton councillor has been selected as the Conservative candidate for Ealing & Hillingdon at next year's London Assembly elections
Hundreds sign West Drayton road safety measures petition
Campaigners who had their initial petition rejected by Hillingdon Council have rallied together for a second time calling for traffic-calming measures
Listed Post Office building in West Drayton could become student flats
The application comes after plans to convert the 1930s property into shops were withdrawn.
100 guests invited for lunch to mark 100 years from the outbreak of World War One
Senior citizens enjoyed a free lunch in West Drayton and helped raise money for a charity that supported blind former army captain Kerry Levins
Hundreds of homes to be built in Yiewsley under £40million plans
Developer Kitewood Estates has enlarged its plans to include 308 flats behind High Street, rather than 241.
Ruislip's Middlesex Stadium sports bar refused longer opening hours
But The Clubhouse, in Breakspear Road, will be allowed to host adult entertainment for stag and hen parties
Green light finally given for a new health centre in Yiewsley
The idea of building a modern health centre in Yiewsley was first broached in 2010, when Yiewsley Swimming Pool (pictured) closed and the site was up for grabs
Yiewsley campaigners rejoice after Powerday waste plant plans rejected
Hillingdon Council refuse Powerday bid for 13-acre Materials Recycling Facility (MRF) on Old Coal Depot site in Tavistock Road.
Shabby canal industrial yard could be used for housing
Developers say this is part of masterplan to regenerate old warehouses in Horton Road
Huge protest against recycling plant
THOUSANDS of people are getting behind a campaign against a large recycling facility.
Dispersal zone to help tackle yobs
YOUTHS who have been causing a nuisance to people in an area of Yiewsley can now be moved on after the police brought in a dispersal zone.
People power wins Yiewsley parking fines victory
NEIGHBOURS are feeling just fine after claiming victory in a battle over parking fines.
Neighbours to fight against nightclub
NEIGHBOURS are fighting back over plans for a nightclub to open for 22 hours a day.
Homes for dairy depot welcomed
THE former Dairy Crest depot off West Drayton High Street is being lined up for a housing development, and residents are eagerly awaiting the plans.
Rat run worries spark RAF Uxbridge debate
CHILDREN walking to school prompted a lively debate among planners about a traffic barrier.
'No compulsory purchase' says Crossrail about West Drayton station revamp
HOUSEHOLDERS concerned about Crossrail received a firm assurance that there is no plan to compulsorily purchase any land around West Drayton railway station.
Hayes playday gets visit from Japanese quake survivors
HUNDREDS of children revelled in the sun at a music-themed play day, as local figures welcomed visitors from Japan who helped a community devastated by an earthquake by building a playground.
Anger as council closes Yiewsley Swimming Pool
THE closure of the 76-year-old Yiewsley Swimming Pool was confirmed at a bad tempered council meeting.