Capacity for new homes in Feltham and the west of borough
Of all Hounslow schools rated as good or outstanding
Mixed-use scheme to transform Hounslow town centre
High-quality homes to be delivered at the High Street Quarter
The borough places paramount importance on investment in education. Ofsted inspectors have judged 96% of all Hounslow schools as good or outstanding. Through an ambitious schools’ expansion programme, Hounslow continues to respond to considerable challenges created by the growth and fluctuations in pupil population.




Giving local people the skills they need to be able to benefit from the wealth of opportunities arising in the area is a key focus for Hounslow Council.

It is securing apprenticeships for young residents at local businesses in a variety of sectors, including IT, hair and beauty, finance and childcare, and has created over 200 apprenticeship opportunities at the council itself.


Feltham and the west of the borough are areas with significant and exciting growth opportunities. The designation of housing zone status will serve to aid the regeneration of Feltham, while the wider area has the potential to deliver around 11,000 new homes, 165,200 sq m office space, a new local centre, hotels and leisure facilities, a new primary school, and 147,000 sq m light industrial space for distribution, airfreight and other airport related businesses.

These plans also support the delivery of a new Southern Rail access into Heathrow Airport including a new station at Bedfont. The centre of Hounslow is also benefiting from housing zone status. On the site of the civic centre staff car park, cranes tower over hundreds of new homes under construction. Building is also underway at the High Street Quarter, a £210 million mixed-use scheme that will transform the town centre.

It will deliver 528 high quality homes and over 134,000 sq ft commercial floor space, including a new multiplex cinema and restaurants, cafes and shops.


Officially the third greenest borough in London, Hounslow surprises visitors with its green spaces, hidden treasures and cultural narrative.

Nestling by a large swathe of the Thames, and familiar as the end-point of the Oxford and Cambridge Boat Race, the borough has its share of large historic sites, designated as part of the West London ‘Arcadia’ of surviving houses and parks.

“I think it’s a fantastic opportunity for the West London Alliance to come together through Capital West London to give us that focus and that drive. It has to be a collaborative effort, we have to agree on the same ideas irrespective of our political colour.”