Council Tax news
Council passes Havering budget for 2023/24
Havering Council has agreed a budget that ensures residents continue to receive the key services they value and rely on amid massive savings targets.
Challenging budget still sees investment in roads, homes, schools, police and free parking
Havering Council’s Cabinet yesterday (08/02/2023) agreed the Council’s budget for the next four years.
Havering Cabinet recommends record increase in funding for social care after difficult year
The Council’s Cabinet have recommend a record increase in funding for social care to support those who need it most.
More for homes, care, libraries and parks as Havering Council proposes budget for the future
The council has published its budget proposals for 2020/2021, which will be considered by Cabinet on 12 February. It will then be debated at Council on 26 February for final agreement.
‘Well dodgy’ benefit cheat banged up
A man who cheated Havering Council out of over £30,000 through council tax and housing benefit fraud has been put behind bars.
Have your say - Budget consultation 2019 - 2023
Residents and businesses in Havering are being urged to have their say in how the Council sets its budget for the next four years.
Council Tax – checks on single person discounts
Council Tax payers in Havering who receive a 25 per cent discount off their Council Tax as a single adult resident will soon be checked to make sure that the discount is correct.
Council approves budget for 2018/19 with a Council Tax increase of 3.5 per cent
Last night, Havering’s budget and Council Tax for 2018/2019 was agreed at full Council meeting.
Havering Council’s Cabinet to discuss proposed Council Tax increase
Cabinet members are set to discuss at a Cabinet Meeting next week (Wednesday 7 February), the Council’s 2018/19 budget and Council Tax together with its Medium Term Financial Strategy.
Restaurant manager jailed as Havering turns up the heat on council tax dodgers
A council tax dodger has paid up after being jailed for owing over £9,000 in council tax.
Council votes and approves the budget
The budget for 2017/2018 was voted through by full Council last night with 31 votes for, and 9 against.
Cabinet approves the budget
The budget for 2017/2018 was approved by the Council’s Cabinet last night.
Unpaid Council Tax leads to prison sentences
Two residents were handed a total of 140 days in prison for non-payment of Council Tax adding up to over £11,000 it was announced today.