PETITIONERS who called for a permanent traffic warden to be based outside a school look set to be disappointed.
Neighbours living near St Martin's School, in Moor Park Road, Northwood, have asked for the measures to be introduced in response to what they called a 'lack of consideration' by parents.
They have complained that cars are often spotted parking on double yellow lines, across driveways and in dangerous places at junctions during drop-off and collection times.
HILLINGDON Council removed a speed warning sign from a road prior to a cyclist being fatally hit by a car there.
A shopkeeper has lambasted the authority for not installing the signs permanently in Pinner Road, Northwood, before the incident which killed fellow business owner Zakiyuddin Mamujee (pictured) last month.
A HOMEOWNER was told to 'rot in hell' at a planning meeting by an opponent to his application for a basement.
There was certainly no love lost between the neighbours of Grove Road in Northwood at the conclusion to a discussion of the plan, when councillors had said they could see no reason why the detached property's rear extension should not be granted permission.
WORK is under way to install £60,000-worth of new equipment at Wiltshire Lane playground.
Hillingdon Council has forked out the cash for a range of modern play facilities that includes a zip wire, after Northwood Hills Residents Association made a bid to the local authority.
Work should be complete by the end of April and the playground is due to be officialy reopened on Saturday, April 28.
Hillingdon Council has placed High Street, Northwood, on a list of roads to be considered for a residential parking scheme.
A petition with 40 signatures had asked that the street be included in the Northwood Parking Management Scheme because of issues with commuters taking up too much space during the daytime, often making it difficult for residents to park.
At an Uxbridge Civic Centre hearing on Wednesday, Councillor Keith Burrows, cabinet member for transportation, agreed to add the road on a list for officers to examine.
THE owners of an exotic dancing venue have vowed to stay in Northwood after a bid by residents to close it down failed.
The Olde Northwood Public House in Pinner Road has hosted lapdancing for 12 years but new government legislation forced it to apply for a Sex Establishment Licence - giving locals the chance to object.
AN MP has warned the sale of a community hospital will 'unleash hell'.
Ruislip, Northwood and Pinner MP Nick Hurd spoke out as the backlash began against NHS Hillingdon's plans to sell Northwood and Pinner Community Hospital in Pinner Road.
The PCT has included disposal of the site in its budget report, giving a deadline of September.
ST John's School will be allowed to retain all its staff after planning approval was finally granted by Hillingdon Council last night (Tuesday).
A packed meeting of the north planning committee at Uxbridge Civic Centre saw councillors unanimously vote in favour of the Northwood all-boy school's amendment to a planning condition dating back 11 years.
A ZEBRA crossing will be installed on a road in Northwood to help elderly residents reach a nearby doctors' surgery.
Hillingdon Council has agreed to install the pedestrian crossing on Green Lane between the junctions with The Glen and Wilford Close following a campaign by residents, backed by Councillor Scott Seaman-Digby (Con).
TWO'S company, three's a crowd?
A Northwood street has seen one new care home built, foundations laid for a second, and last week planning permission granted for a third.
All three properties, between them comprising 58 beds for elderly residents, will be built adjacent to each other in Chester Road by the same company.