Council crack down on illegal advertising
A prosecution that led to fines and costs of over £10,000 has been successfully carried out by Havering Council’s planning enforcement team.
Bryant Avenue due to open in two weeks
Local residents and businesses will be pleased to find out that Bryant Avenue, that is currently closed due to the Ardleigh Green A127 Bridge works, will open the weekend of 8 December.
Leader asks Government to “think again” after deeming house-building plans as “flawed and unrealistic”
The leader of Havering Council, Councillor Roger Ramsey has spoken out against the latest housing targets proposed in the Department for Communities and Local Government (DCLG) consultation paper, ‘Planning for the right homes in the right places’.
Havering Council appoints new Development boss
Havering Council has appointed a new Assistant Director for Development to lead on its ambitious regeneration plans for the borough.
Rainham plans take another step forward
Plans to redevelop a number of sites along the A1306 (New Road) in Rainham take another step forward next week with a public consultation and exhibition.
Market House development given green light
One of the key elements of an investment programme developed by Havering Council in partnership with the Mayor of London has been given the green light.
Council provides flooding advice at drop-in surgery
Havering Council in partnership with The Environment Agency is hosting a drop-in surgery that will provide advice on flooding and how to help prevent the effects of flooding on Tuesday 8 November, 2.30pm-8.30pm.