Welcome to the Hillingdon Conservatives Website

Hillingdon Conservatives have a continued record of Putting Residents First and having run Hillingdon Council under the leadership of Cllr Ray Puddifoot MBE for many years, have established themselves as the party that local residents know and trust.  Following the General Election in May 2015, Boris Johnson was elected as MP for Uxbridge & South Ruislip and Nick Hurd re-elected for Ruislip, Northwood & Pinner, both win an increased share of the vote from 2010.

 

Conservative Hillingdon is proud of its record, bucking the national trend of other Councils, and keeping Council Tax frozen and continuing to deliver improvements to our facilities and services for our residents.  We have more Green Flags for our parks and open spaces than any other Council in the UK; continue to provide easy to use weekly rubbish and recycling collections as well as providing record levels of investment into our schools, roads and leisure facilities.

 

We continue to serve residents of this Borough with pride and please take a look around the site to see who your representatives are amongst our team of 42 excellent Conservative Hillingdon Councillors.

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Autumn Statement 2016

The 2016 Autumn statement sets out how the Conservatives are providing an economic platform with certainty and stability at its heart.

350,000 more people in work

Between June and September this year unemployment fell by 37,000 and since last year 350,000 more people now have a full time job.

Lowering the cap on benefits

At the last election the Conservatives promised to lower the benefits cap to ensure that work pays, whilst protecting those most in need. And now we are delivering on that commitment.

Uxbridge and South Ruislip

This is the area of the United Kingdom that we represent on behalf of the Conservative Party.

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