A six-figure sum has been earmarked for improving street lighting in a bid to make the borough safer.
Hillingdon Council has allocated £110,800 for street lights to be updated or installed in 18 different areas which have been identified by Hillingdon Police as crime or accident hotspots.
Glebe Avenue in Ickenham has been allocated the largest proportion of the pot, with £13,600 aimed specifically at improving community and road safety.
Crime prevention officer David Tennyson said: "Well-lit spaces make places more liveable. Good lighting prevents crime as offenders are instinctively aware of when they can be recognised.
"It also reduces fear of crime, as individuals are able to more easily evaluate what others are doing in the street."
Roads set for improvements include Masefield Lane at the junction with Chatsworth Road, Forris Avenue at the junction with Botwell Lane, St Dunstans Close, Quebec Road and Balmoral Drive, all in Hayes; Glenalla Road in Eastcote; West End Road in South Ruislip;
Maxwell Road and Mount Pleasant in Ruislip; Montague Passage, Athol Way, Braybourne Close and Hilliards Road, all in Uxbridge; Horton Road in Yiewsley, and The Brambles and Magnolia Street in West Drayton.
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