Council and democracy news
'Hexit' rejected as draft Local Plan approved
Last night (Wednesday 26 July) Havering Council Cabinet Members rejected an opposition motion calling on Havering to leave the Greater London Authority.
Finsbury Park attack: Statement from Havering Council’s Deputy Leader
Following the attacks in Finsbury Park on Monday 19 June, Deputy Leader of the Council, Councillor Damian White, has issued the following statement.
General Election results June 2017
The June 2017 General Election results for Havering
London attacks – Chief Executive’s statement
Following the attacks in London on Saturday 3 June, Chief Executive of Havering Council, Andrew Blake-Herbert, has issued the following statement.
New Mayor for Havering
Havering has a new Mayor following the Annual Council meeting on Wednesday 17 May.
Information on registering for, and voting in, the General Election on 8 June 2017
The General Election will be held on Thursday 8 June 2017.
DABD promoting independence
DABD is a registered charity looking for people to travel train young disabled people age 11- 25 during school term-time. Full training will be provided.
Circle: the free London safety app
Circle is the free, must-have safety app for Londoners. It’s the easiest way to stay safe and connected to your nearest and dearest in and around the city.
Tackling group violence and knife crime – Havering conference 2017
We are coming together as a borough to tackle group violence and knife crime.
Have your say on Havering’s budget proposals for next year
Havering Council is asking the borough’s residents to have their say on proposals to save £8.6 million over the year.