We want to involve you in the decisions we make about proposed changes, the services we provide and how we develop new ways of doing things.

On this page you will find links to surveys and consultations we are currently doing that you can take part in.

Adult social care planning policy

Ending: 8 October 2017

Housing estates

Ending: Ongoing consultations unless specified

Consultations on works and development of estates run by us or our partners are sent out to estate residents. The housing regeneration pages and housing newsletters also provide details of consultation meetings and surveys.


Ending: Ongoing consultations unless specified

Parking and traffic

Ending: Ongoing consultations unless specified


Ending: Ongoing consultations unless specified


These are the current consultations on the roads in Havering that are open to all the public to comment on. Smaller consultations, such as new road markings, are often limited to just the residents effected.

In association with the construction work for the expansion of Mawney Foundation School, the zebra crossing in Como Street was temporarily removed in August 2016.  In anticipation of the Como Street pedestrian access to the school reopening, pedestrian facilities around the school have now been reviewed and a zebra crossing is Como Street is not deemed appropriate, considering the low volume of traffic as it is not a ‘through’ route for vehicles.  Instead, the size of the junction at Como Street and Mawney Road is being reduced.  As part of this work, the Como Street junction with Mawney Road will be temporarily closed for the safety of the work force and travelling public.

Any person desiring to object to the proposals or make other representation should send a statement in writing of either their objection or representations and the grounds thereof to: Principal Engineer, Street Management, Town Hall, Main Road, Romford, RM1 3BD, or by email at, quoting reference QP021 

Romford town centre PSPO consultation

Ending: 5 September 2017

We are consulting on the public space protection order (PSPO) plans that would crack down on anti-social drinking in Romford as our current powers to deal with this will end in October 2017.





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