Ickenham Safety Survey

Ickenham (Police) Safer Neighbourhood Team would appreciate it if you could spare a few minutes of your time to complete its Virtual Ward Panel Survey.

This gives local residents the opportunity to raise concerns that affect them directly and help it prioritise what is most important to local residents and businesses.

Please click on the link below.


Thank you.

Hillingdon hospital rebuild roadshow

Please come and meet us in person    
January 2022
With all COVID-19 restrictions lifted, we are pleased to announce that we are holding in person events about the new Hillingdon Hospital.

Details of the first three are available below:

The Beck Theatre, Hayes: Friday 18th March – 1.30pm – 3.30pm 

Fassnidge Hall, Uxbridge: Thursday 24th March – 1.30pm-3.30pm 

St Mary’s Church Harmondsworth: Thursday 31st March – 2.30pm – 4.30pm 
There’s no need to book. Please come along, look at the plans and members of the redevelopment team will be on hand to answer questions and listen to your feedback.
Give us your views
We’re really excited about our plans for a new Hillingdon Hospital and always want to hear what you think.

You don’t have to come to our meetings to give us your views.

In just ten minutes, you can take our survey and tell us what you think from home.

If you would prefer to fill in the survey in an alternative format then please email us at:


Please do share the survey through your networks.
A new Hillingdon Hospital
Key facts about the new Hillingdon Hospital plans
Thank you for coming to our online roadshows

Thank you to everyone who came to our online roadshows.

If you want to catch up with the events, visit our youtube channel or click on a date below: 18 January 3 February 17 February We’ve also got a range of clips from the events – click on the video above to hear more.

Weekend closures coming up on Westway

From TfL

From Friday 11 March until June 2022, weekend closures of the A40 Westway will change to affect westbound traffic.

Since November 2021, we have been carrying out essential maintenance with weekend and overnight closures to the eastbound carriageway. The next phase of work sees us switch to the other side of the carriageway and those travelling eastbound will be able to use the A40 Westway as normal.

To minimise disruption, the Westway will be open in both directions during peak times Monday to Friday, but will be limited to two lanes of traffic.

Each westbound closure will take place from 22:00 on Fridays to 05:00 on Mondays most weekends from Friday 11 March until Monday 23 May.

While the closure is in place, we expect local routes and the official diversion route to be busy and long delays to your journey are likely. Please plan ahead and use routes such as the A4 and A41 or use the A406 for alternative ways out of London.

If your destination is in the local area, then we expect local roads to be much busier but shops and businesses will remain open throughout the works. If you are making a short trip, access is likely to be quicker and easier on foot, by cycle or by the Tube.

There will be no works over Easter, on the weekend of Friday 29 April, or during the Queen’s Jubilee celebrations in early June. Additional overnight or weekend closures later in June may be required to complete the work.

For the full programme and more detail, please visit our travel advice page.

Changes to congestion charge hours

From: Road User Charging Team, TFL

From Monday 21 February, the central London Congestion Charge hours are being reduced and will operate Monday to Friday, 7:00-18:00 and Saturdays, Sundays and bank holidays, 12:00-18:00.

• The daily Congestion Charge is £15 if you pay in advance or on the same day, or £17.50 by midnight of the third charging day after you travel
• For example, if you drive on Saturday, you have until midnight on Tuesday to pay £17.50 and if you drive on Sunday, you have until midnight on Wednesday
• To pay the Congestion Charge you will be able to pay online or sign up to Auto Pay for a £10 annual registration fee per vehicle, so you never forget to pay
• Auto Pay is the most convenient way to pay the charge. If you are registered with Auto Pay, we will automatically check whether your vehicle needs to pay the Congestion Charge and Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) charge and if you drive, we will automatically charge you via your Auto Pay service. This means you will not have to remember to pay the charge(s) and will not run the risk of receiving Penalty Charge Notice(s) for your registered vehicles

Some NHS patients may be eligible to claim Congestion Charge reimbursements from their participating, treating hospital. You may also be eligible for a Congestion Charge reimbursement if you are:

• An NHS Trust, local authority, or charity, in a role responding to the current Covid-19 pandemic and future pandemic/epidemics in Greater London
• A care home employee working in the Congestion Charge zone

Find out more about our reimbursement schemes and eligibility criteria.

The changes to the central London Congestion Charge hours are to help reduce congestion during the day. You can avoid paying the charge by walking, cycling, or using public transport.

We regularly clean our services using hospital-grade antiviral disinfectant. Please remember, you must wear a face covering over your nose and mouth when travelling on all TfL services, unless you are exempt.