Hounslow Council


Venue: Committee Rooms 1 & 2, Civic Centre, Lampton Road, Hounslow. View directions

Contact: Joti Patel, email  joti.patel@hounslow.gov.uk, telephone 020 8583 3356 

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Communications and Formal Business


Apologies for Absence, Declarations of Interest or any other Communications from Members


Police Report pdf icon PDF 272 KB

MOPAC (Mayor’s Office for Policing and Crime) data for crimes can be found at the following website:



Ward priorities and promises can be accessed at:




Minutes of the meeting held on 21st September 2017 pdf icon PDF 146 KB



Update for Burns Way Petition

Open Forum


Open Forum for questions from the public (maximum of 30 minutes)


       Questions will be allowed at the Chair’s discretion.

       The Chair will normally only allow one question per item.

       Items on the main agenda should not be raised in the open forum.

       Individual cases cannot be discussed.

       Items submitted to the Chair in advance of the meeting are welcomed.

Items for Consideration


Report_Future Borough Strategy Engagement pdf icon PDF 336 KB


Appendix 1 People Based Outcomes pdf icon PDF 234 KB


Appendix 2 Place Based Outcomes pdf icon PDF 250 KB


Appendix 3 Relationship Based Outcomes pdf icon PDF 162 KB


Appendix 4 Briefing Note_FBS Stakeholder Engagement pdf icon PDF 428 KB


Appendix 5 Invitation Poster_FBS Stakeholder Engagement A4 pdf icon PDF 295 KB


Walnut Tree Road Update


Phoenix Way update


Lampton Road Bus Stop update


Invitation to Cranford Lock-Up launch 6 December 2017 pdf icon PDF 1 MB


Heston Park update

Items for Decision

No items for decision

Protocol for Speakers on Items for Decision



i)      Those wishing to address the Area Forum on any of the items listed on the agenda for decision (with the exception of planning applications) should contact the Committee Administrator, Irene Bowles on 020 8583 2075 with details of the proposed submission as soon as practicable and no later than two working days before the meeting. The Chair will decide whether or not to grant the request to speak and notification will be given of the decision.

ii)     For all highways matters, if there are members of the public with opposing views regarding the proposal the Chair will allow both sides to speak. Generally, speakers will only be allowed to speak on issues where funding is available.

iii)    Each party will be given no more than 5 minutes to speak. The time allotted could be reduced if, for example, the Chair wishes to accommodate several speakers on the same item.

v)     The Area Forum will consider submissions on 3 items per meeting.

vi)    Written submissions should be made to the Committee Administrator no later than4pm on the day of the meeting.


Important information on planning applications called-in to Area Forum:


The Area Forum is no longer the decision making body for planning applications, following changes to the planning procedure agreed at Borough Council on 19 June 2012.


Planning applications can be called-in by Members of the Area Forum for the purpose of agreeing whether the application should be decided by officers under delegated powers or by Members at the Planning Committee.


Speakers will not be permitted to address the Area Forum on planning applications, but can submit any representations they may have on the particular application to the relevant planning case officer. They can also apply to speak at the Planning Committee, should a report be taken to that meeting for decision.


Date of next scheduled meeting is 25th January 2018


Any other business, which the Chair considers to be urgent

Recording and reporting on public meetings

Please note that members of public can choose to record, or report in other ways, on this public meeting.  If you wish to do so then please read the Council’s protocol which can be found on the Council’s website.  Copies of the protocol are also available at the meeting.


The Council asks that you avoid recording members of the audience who are not participants at the meeting.  The Council will seek to facilitate this. However, anyone attending a public meeting does so in the knowledge that recording may take place and that they may be part of that record.