News published May 2021
Harold Wood Incident: Update
Joint statement from Havering Police chief and Council Leader
Havering Council to provide school meals funding support for May half term
Havering Council will continue to fund the School Meal Holiday Scheme for those most in need during the May 2021 half term.
Demolition starts at Waterloo and Queen Street, Romford
Demolition work has started at Waterloo and Queen Street Romford, as part of Havering Council’s ‘12 Estates’ regeneration programme with Joint Venture partner, Wates Residential.
Over 50 places to get rapid tests in Havering
There are now over 50 places for people to get rapid Covid 19 tests in Havering, meaning it’s now easier than ever to get tested and help keep Havering safe.
Romford BID launches RM1 Club app for shoppers
Havering Council spoke to Julie Frost, Chair of the Romford BID, about their new RM1 Club app, which launches tomorrow (Saturday 8 May 2021).
London Assembly Member Elections 2021: Havering and Redbridge Constituency results
The results for the 2021 London Assembly Member Elections for Havering and Redbridge Constituency are as follows:
Extra £1m boost for businesses hit by pandemic
A further £1 million worth of funding is now available through Havering Council’s Business Innovation Grant, which reopened for applications last Friday (30 April 2021).
Become a foster carer with Havering
Havering is celebrating Foster Care Fortnight 2021 (10-23 May) by speaking out about the importance of caring to encourage more local people to become foster carers.
Teaming up to keep the borough safe
Havering Council and local police have carried out a number of joint operations against drug-related crime, unlicensed waste carriers and scrap metal crime.