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Inbound Trade Missions Have Been Welcomed To Our Chamber Recently

From the Persian Gulf Reception at DIT HQ with Lord Lamont From India in Houses of Parliament From China including cooperation agreement From Turkey From USA

“Time- our most precious commodity”

Hounslow Chamber Member, Mary Rushton-Beales has recently undertaken, “the most unusual project of her career:” She has been designing the lit environment for more than 30 years and she supposes it’s quite appropriate that it […]

Positive Changes to Hounslow Youth Service

From the 2nd of January, Hounslow Youth Service will see an increase in youth activities. The Brentford Football  Club Community Sports Trust and Participation People have been entrusted with this responsibility. The range of activities […]

Hounslow to have Driverless Cars Before 2019

After having successful trials in Oxford, England the DRIVEN consortium has decided begin trials in London’s road. Mapping will begin in the streets of Hounslow. Driveless cars will hit Hounslow roads before Christmas. To read […]

Fuller’s Half Year Results

FULLER, SMITH & TURNER P.L.C. (“Fuller’s”, “the Group” or “the Company”) Half year results for the 26 weeks ended 29 September 2018 Increased investment for the long term  Financial Highlights Revenue up 6% to £222.1 […]

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Inbound Trade Missions Have Been Welcomed To Our Chamber Recently

From the Persian Gulf Reception at DIT HQ with Lord Lamont From India in Houses of Parliament From China including cooperation agreement From Turkey From USA

Troubled Hounslow GP surgery with 8,500 patients could close two years after opening

A Hounslow GP surgery with thousands of patients has been warned it could be closed less than two years after opening. Heston Health Clinic, in Cranford Lane, took over from another GP in June 2017 […]

Electric cars in London: Which boroughs have the highest demand for electric chargers in the capital?

Hounslow Councillor Katherine Dunne, cabinet member for communities and workforce at Hounslow Council agrees that boroughs need to make the most of the grant opportunities made available to them. Hounslow was one of the first […]

“Feltham in Bloom”

A group of local people, already working separately on environmental, tidying and gardening ventures in the Feltham area, have decided to band together and combine their efforts by entering a bid for Feltham town in […]

London councils are building homes again:huge regeneration projects and housing plans unveiled at MIPIM property conference in Cannes

This week the London property world — developers, councils, planners and architects — have decamped to Cannes in the South of France for the annual MIPIM real estate conference. With just two weeks to go […]

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