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Northwood Hills Residents Association

Haydon School

A planning application has just been submitted to lay an Astro pitch with floodlights, for use by the school and also available for hire to local rugby and football clubs out of school hours.

Click here for full details and plans of the application on the Borough's Planning website:
Ref. 9556/APP/2014/3306


The objectives of the Northwood Hills Residents Association are:

  • To promote the efficient and economical administration of local government and public affairs of the district
  • To protect and watch over the interests of its members
  • To preserve and improve the amenities of the district
  • The Association is non political and non sectarian

Christmas Lights Switch-On

This year's Christmas Lights Switch-On was probably the biggest yet!

Click here to find out more
and see some photos


Membership only costs 3.00 per year per household and for this fee you get:

2 copies of 'The Hills Echo' delivered to your door

Entitlement to attend the Annual General Meeting each May held at Fairfield, Windsor Close.

If you would like to become a member please e-mail Trevor Dixon

Re-build of Northwood School

Hillingdon Council is embarking on a rebuild of Northwood School which will increase its capacity to 900 pupils.
This brand new school is set to open in 2016.
The Council is now embarking on a Pre-Application Consultation.

Click here for further details


The AGM was held on Wednesday 25th June 2014.
For a report on the meeting, click here

The next Committee meeting will be held on Wednesday 26th November 2014

Metropolitan Line Closures

TfL have announced the following closures:

Saturday 22nd & Sunday 23rd November
Aldgate to Northwood & Uxbridge

A replacement bus service will be provided.


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