The Leader of the Conservative Council, Lord True, has announced details of the borough-wide ballot aimed at showing the strength of opposition to any expansion of Heathrow.
Postal voters whose applications are five years old are being asked to supply a refreshed signature, if they wish to continue to vote by post.
Residents have been invited to comment on the draft Children and Young People’s Plan which will set out the overall direction for services for children in the borough for the next four years.
Age UK's Handyperson Service extended in the borough.
We are delighted that today a High Court Judge has given the green light to the redevelopment of Twickenham Train Station.
Businesses in Twickenham will soon have their say on the town becoming a Business Improvement District (BID) when a consultation is launched next year.
Residents are happy living here, according to the latest Residents’ Survey carried out for the Conservative Council last month.
Judge finds that the Council’s original decisions were lawful and that its consultation process was in no way misleading.
The Conservative Council has announced plans for a borough-wide ballot to show the airport lobby the strength of opposition to any expansion of Heathrow.
Pupils attending our primary schools have officially topped the national league tables yet again following the publication of the final 2012 Key Stage 2 (SATs) results.