Best foot forward for School Street Scheme
The new term in Havering will see more schools take part in a trial of a School Street Scheme.
Storm Eunice: A statement from the Leader of the Council
Councillor Damian White, Leader of Havering Council, said:
Pothole repairs gather pace
Havering Council is fixing hundreds of potholes every month – with over 3,500 potholes repaired year on year.
On track with road and pavement repairs
Over 35 miles of roads and 25 miles of pavements have been improved and repaired since Havering Council launched its £40m highways investment programme.
Council challenges Highways England over Lower Thames Crossing resident discount betrayal
Havering Council has hit back at Highways England after a U-turn on their decision to give Havering residents a discount on the toll charge for the future Lower Thames crossing.
Fixing potholes part of investment into better journeys
Over 1,000 potholes were repaired by Havering Council between April and December last year.
We’re winter ready
Havering Council’s gritters rolled out for the first time last week (20/11/2019) as temperatures dropped below zero.
Council launches £40m investment campaign for roads and pavements
Havering Council has launched a new campaign, ploughing £40 million into improving the borough’s roads and pavements.
Funding boost gets road improvements up and running
Havering Council’s commitment to improving the borough’s roads and pavements has been given a boost with funding from central government.
Winter is coming – but Havering Council’s got it covered
Havering Council’s gritters are ready to roll for winter.
Council Leader “extremely disappointed” with Ardleigh Green Bridge delay
The Leader of Havering Council, Councillor Roger Ramsey, has expressed his disappointment after Transport for London (TfL) announced that Ardleigh Green railway bridge replacement works could be delayed by up to two years.
Have your say: Council launches new safety order to tackle anti-social behaviour
Havering Council is seeking residents’ views on its proposed Public Space Protection Order (PSPO) to tackle increasing anti-social behaviour in Romford town centre.