Hounslow London Borough Council

All of the seats in Hounslow were up for election this year. Find out more about these elections.

Election 2018 Results

Party Elected in 2018 Total councillors Change


Elected in 2018 51 Total councillors 51 Change+2


Elected in 2018 9 Total councillors 9 Change-2
Councillors change compared with 2014

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Pothole Busters launches in Hounslow

Local Democracy Reporting Service

A team of ‘pothole busters’ hired by Hounslow Council is aiming to destroy the driver’s worst demons in the borough once and for all.

In an echo of the famous Ghostbusters movies, the council’s pothole busting team is encouraging you to call up if you spot a road surface problem so it can get to the scene and blast it with tarmac.

It promises to bring its top-notch road repair equipment to tackle the job and hopefully prevent you from getting ‘slimed’ by driving into a pothole in the process.

The pothole pledge underlines the fact the council says it sees dealing with potholes as one of its key priorities.

The council website guides residents on how to report potholes and you can follow the progress of your case online.

The council says all roads and highways in the borough are routinely inspected for defects, but potholes can quickly deteriorate, so early intervention is crucial.

The red tape surrounding London's old red phoneboxes
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Labour hold Hounslow

Seats are still being declared but Labour have won enough votes so far to retain control of Hounslow.

Two boroughs still to declare results

Ballot papers

Out of 32 boroughs, two are left to declare which party has been victorious.

They are Hounslow, which was easily won by Labour in 2014, and Tower Hamlets which was under no control.