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Hillingdon Partners

Hillingdon Partners aims to bring together the local public, private, voluntary and community sector organisations to improve the quality of life for all those who live in, work in, and visit Hillingdon.

Our role is to develop a shared strategic vision to advance the social, environmental and economic well-being of the London Borough of Hillingdon.

We also work to promote the interests of Hillingdon beyond the borough's boundaries with external organisations, regional bodies and central government.

In the current economic climate it is more important than ever that we focus on the things that matter most to local people. 

We have identified 9 priority areas for the focus of our work.

  • Work together to maintain and improve the quality of Hillingdon as a place
  • Help people to lead healthier and more independent lives
  • Invest in early intervention and prevention
  • Increase access to Employment, Apprenticeships and Skills
  • Invest in Hillingdon's Town Centres
  • Reduce anti-social behaviour
  • Promote and increase residents' involvement in sports, leisure, cultural and learning activities
  • Build a strong and resilient community
  • Provide secondary school places for Hillingdon children

Hillingdon Partners Executive oversees work to deliver these priorities.


Hillingdon Partners is the borough's Local Strategic Partnership (LSP). The Partnership aims to bring together the local public, private, voluntary and community sectors to improve the quality of life for all who live, work, do business in or visit Hillingdon.
The Health and Wellbeing Board is the partnership forum for local councillors, the NHS, public health and social care representatives and providers to work together to improve the health and wellbeing of the people of the Borough.
The Safer Hillingdon Partnership is a multi-agency group which aims to keep Hillingdon a safe borough, where residents are able to participate in the full range of community activity without fear of becoming a victim of crime.
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