News

  • Hillingdon for All

    July 31, 2020

    Hillingdon4All continues to provide support to residents in Eastcote.  Please contact them if you need their services or advice.

    If you have been supported through the Covidhub and have any questions about how that support is changing then please contact them by email or on 020 3949 5786

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  • Do you Recognise these Vintage Signs of Eastcote?

    July 27, 2020

    When new signage were being installed, these vintage signs were undercovered in Eastcote; United Dairies at 265 Field End Rd (now Lux Food and Wine) and Landens Quality Fruiterers at 112 Field End Rd (now The Craft Shop)

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  • UK Power Networks work in Eastcote

    July 31, 2020

    UKPN will be working on the HS2 power supply route at the Deane Croft Road/Field End Road/Meadow Way junction from 20th August.

    The plan is to start in Meadow Way and move on to Deane Croft Road. It is planned for the trench works to be on the south side of both roads, however as always if ...

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  • A step closer to a new hospital

    July 31, 2020

    The Hillingdon Hospitals Trust Board this week approved the submission of the draft Strategic Outline Case to regulators. This is for the redevelopment of Hillingdon Hospital and sets out that a new hospital build on the Hillingdon Hospital site is the preferred way forward. For more information see https://www.thh.nhs.uk/media/rss/2020/jul/hospital-site-announced.php.

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  • Support and grants for Businesses

    July 31, 2020

    Hillingdon Council are offering all businesses a Covid Support grant – find out more:  https://www.hillingdon.gov.uk/article/4991/Financial-support-and-grants

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  • Libraries are open

    July 31, 2020

    We are advised by Hillingdon Council that the automatic renewal of items has ended as they are now in a position to accept books back in to libraries.

    However, the library service is issuing all items for an extended period of 6 weeks at present,
    and is not charging overdue fines.

    They will review this next month.

    More information at ...

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  • Hillingdon for All

    July 31, 2020

    Hillingdon4All continues to provide support to residents in Eastcote.  Please contact them if you need their services or advice.

    If you have been supported through the Covidhub and have any questions about how that support is changing then please contact them by email or on 020 3949 5786

    Read more
  • London Green Belt Council Newsletter

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  • High Street Planning Rules Changes

    July 31, 2020

    NORAGOVERNMENT TEARS UP PLANNING RED TAPE TO ALLOW SHOPS TO BE CONVERTED INTO DWELLINGS AND OWNERS TO ADD TWO EXTRA STOREYS TO EXISTING BUILDINGS IN LAWS INTRODUCED TODAY

    Changes will make it easier for business owners to ‘repurpose’ existing buildings.

  • A new publication from the Friends of Eastcote House Gardens

    July 31, 2020

    For free an electronic version of Eastcote’s Fallen in WWI. A very limited print run for archive purposes only and not available in hard copy. This is a follow on from the 2018 exhibition in the stables building at Eastcote House Gardens to commemorate the armistice on 11.11.1918.

    Please contact Andy Weller for a copy

    This document forms ...

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  • Keep Eastcote Green

    July 31, 2020

    Most of us are suffering from this prolonged hot and dry spell so spare a thought for the young trees our Council have planted.  We have noticed a few saplings with leaves turning brown through dehydration.

    The Council does have a contractor to look after watering but as you can imagine they are quite stretched at the moment.

    Can ...

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  • Open Spaces Society update

    July 31, 2020

    The Open Spaces Society held their virtual AGM on July 9th consisting of the minimum statutory business and with all voting by proxy. We saw a similar number of participants using the online voting facility as voted by post in previous years. There are a number of significant changes to the ...

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