Planning and building control news
Have your say on Havering’s Local Plan
On Monday this week, Havering Council launched the final public consultation that will give residents the opportunity to provide their views and feedback on the Havering Local Plan.
Havering Council to serve notice on Axis buildings’ owner over unsafe cladding
Havering Council is taking steps to serve an improvement notice against the Mercury Gardens Axis buildings’ owners, following a series of investigations into potentially unsafe cladding.
Duty Planner service change
We intend to continue the duty planner service but with telephone appointments only.
Havering Council’s Local Land Charges team nominated for prestigious industry awards
Havering Council boasts several prestigious nominations as finalists in the Land Data Local Land Charges Awards 2020.
Investors and developers flock to Havering
‘We are open for business’ was the overriding message from Havering’s Leader to more than 120 investors and developers at an event in Romford.
Planning and design experts join Havering Quality Review Panel
Leading architects, urban designers and built environment experts have formed the Havering Quality Review Panel to ensure the highest possible quality of development is achieved in the borough.
New Local Plan gets Cabinet approval
On Wednesday 19 July, Havering’s new Local Plan received approval from Cabinet. It will now go to Full Council on Wednesday 26 July.
Statement on Havering Council's Vision and Housing Development
Councillor Roger Ramsey, Leader of Havering Council, clarifies the Council’s position on the new Vision and levels of housing development.
Improvement work begins outside Harold Wood station
The first phase of a series of improvement works around Harold Wood station will begin on Sunday 19 March.