The Association

How We Operate

The NRA executive committee is divided into sub-committees each with responsibilities for specific areas. The sub-committees report back to the executive committee at its monthly meeting.


The Chrtistmas lights have been turned on in Green Lane and High Street; we hope you agree that they add a welcome sparkle to our shopping areas in these gloomy times. It's good to see that some business owners have already dressed their windows in festive style, even though they cannot open at present - thank you! Thanks also to Robsons for sponsoring the Christmas tree this year. The lights are organised by the NRA and funded with a council grant. Enjoy!

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Northwood Residents' Association Annual General meeting was held
on Thursday 29th October 2020
via Zoom

Dear Residents,

I sincerely hope that you are all well and successfully surviving the lockdown.

I thought that you would like to know that the NRA committee is still functioning and working on your behalf. For example,

We were alerted to the damage to the NRA bench in Rowland Place, but before we could contact the council a public-spirited Northwood Resident had already done so. Many thanks to Cllr Melvin for being so quick off the mark in submitting a Member's Enquiry. Not only that, council contractors were on-site within hours, damage assessed, and repairs in hand at their workshop – so thanks also to Hillingdon Council for their speedy response.


The NRA committee hopes that Northwood residents are pleased with their new clock on the corner of Green Lane and Maxwell Road. The idea of having a clock was first mooted at our AGM in 2015 when we discussed ways in which we could celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Association's foundation on 9th February 1966. By the 2016 AGM, the committee had decided on a commemorative clock, we just needed to find a suitable site. Members voted and agreed on the final site, they also approved spending up to £4,500 from funds.