News published December 2017
Wi-fi comes to Romford Market
From Friday 15 December, visitors and traders will be able to use Wi-Fi in Romford Market.
Joint Venture partner appointed for multi-million-pound regeneration in Beam Park
Havering Council’s cabinet last night (Wednesday 13 December) approved plans to appoint Notting Hill Housing Trust as its Joint Venture partner to deliver a regeneration project that will transform the south of the borough.
Have a magical Christmas experience and your very own ‘elfie’ with Santa’s Elves
This weekend Romford Market will be filled with Santa’s elves as the free magical Christmas experience – Kingdom of Elves – starts at 10.30am.
Keeping you safe this Christmas
Havering Council opened the doors to its Safety pop-up shop in the Mercury Mall, Romford yesterday (11 December).
Become a community Flood Warden
Havering Council is currently looking for residents who are willing to become Flood Wardens to help prevent severe flooding in the borough.
Dough! Romford baker fined for bad food hygiene
The owner of a bakery in Romford has been prosecuted by Havering Council for breaching food hygiene rules.
Finalists announced for Havering Business Awards
The time has come to celebrate and be inspired as the finalists for the Havering Business Awards 2017 are announced.
Havering to receive £7m funding boost for Romford regeneration
Havering Council has secured initial funding from the Mayor of London’s Liveable Neighbourhoods projects.
Secretary of State for Education visits Havering
Following Broadford Primary schools success as being named the Times Educational Supplement Overall School of the Year 2017, the school was delighted to welcome the Secretary of State for Education.
King George Hospital A&E : Leader's statement
Councillor Roger Ramsey, Leader of Havering Council, said:
Available months for 2017