Enforcement action for safer fireworks night
Havering Council’s licensing and trading standards team have been out across the borough to check on whether local retailers are selling fireworks to young people aged under 18.
Hefty fine for Romford shop selling dangerous furniture
A Romford-based furniture shop has received a £15,000 fine for selling unsafe chairs that did not meet fire safety requirements, following an investigation by Havering Council.
Enforcement crack-down on sales of e-cigarettes and alcohol to under 18s
Havering Council’s licensing and trading standards teams have been out across the borough checking on whether local retailers are selling age-restricted goods to young people aged under 18.
Enforcement action stops sale of over £50k of unsafe electrical goods
Havering Council’s Trading Standards team helped to stop unsafe electrical goods being sold to the public in an investigation which saw a company director prosecuted.
Council-funded police officers awarded
A team of Havering Council-funded police officers has been awarded for making the borough safer by the Metropolitan Police.
Crackdown that says: Don’t mess up our borough
In the last year, Havering Council has been cracking down on fly tippers and litter louts, by issuing over £21,000 in fines.
Man fined for messy garden
A man who failed to clear up his garden after being served two ‘untidy land’ notices has been successfully prosecuted at Barkingside Magistrates' Court on 8 June 2021.
Man fined for breaking planning rules
A man who failed to comply with the conditions set out in the planning permission for a local construction project has been successfully prosecuted at Barkingside Magistrates' Court (23 February 2021).
Fly tipper tracked down and fined
A fly tipper has been given a £400 fine after being tracked down by Havering Council’s enforcement team.
Businesses flouting Covid 19 rules issued with fines
Havering Council has issued two businesses with fines totalling £1,200 after they were found breaking Covid 19 regulations.
Landlord fined over £12,000 for poor housing conditions
Havering Council has a served a landlord with two financial penalty notices (FPN) totalling £12,500 for poor management of a HMO (Houses in multiple occupation).
Fight against anti-social behaviour in Romford continues
Havering Council has extended the Public Space Protection Order (PSPO) in Romford Town Centre – which continues to crack down on anti-social drinking.
Enforcement on criminal landlords sees over £400,000 in penalty notices
Enforcement by Havering Council has seen £462,000 issued in penalty notices to criminal landlords over the last year.