Contact Information of Main Stake Holders of Dukes Meadows
Contact the Dukes Meadows Trust
the offical Dukes Meadows website
Copyright ©  2018 Dukes Meadows Park all rights reserved
Dukes Meadows Park a Riverside Park in Chiswick London
You are not allowed to have open fires or BBQ's in most of Hounslow Parks and open spaces .

If the bandstand area in Dukes Meadows being used again, they are breaking the Council bylaws.

The borough’s parks and open spaces together represent the highest percentage of green areas of all London boroughs.
Carillion, on behalf of the council, manage the parks and maintain many of the facilities provided, including the play areas, sports facilities, trees, grass and flower beds. Together, these facilities provide a pleasant environment and leafy ambience to our borough.

Contact Carillion Services working for Hounslow Council

To report litter, graffiti, vandalism, broken glass or fly tipping,  in parks please call us or or email us.

Tel: 0845 456 2796.


Councillor Steve Curran, Leader of Hounslow Council said:

“Until yesterday (Wednesday 31 January) online information about parks and open spaces in Hounslow was the responsibility of Carillion.

I’m pleased to announce that this content has been refreshed and transferred to sit within Hounslow Council’s main website and is now live. This is one stage of the process and demonstrates how we are doing everything we can to bring the transfer of the service in-house as quickly as possible.

As a result of Carillion’s involuntary liquidation, the council agreed to bring forward the transfer of the Parks contract to its wholly-owned trading company, Lampton 360, to 1 March 2018 from 9 April 2018. Therefore Carillion is still contracted to manage the borough’s parks and open spaces and all lines of communication will need to remain through Carillion using their email addresses and phone numbers until the full transfer of services planned for Thursday 1 March.

You can find out about Hounslow’s parks and open spaces, including allotments and cemeteries in the borough, by visiting and we will continue to add to the information on our site.”