News published November 2022
Council targets domestic violence
Havering Council is helping to promote awareness of the support available for local people affected by domestic violence.
Leader of the Council responds to government financial announcement
Councillor Ray Morgon, Leader of Havering Council, said: “At first glance the Chancellor’s announcement does not go far enough to help with the huge budget challenges Havering Council faces.
Havering switches on to Christmas
Thousands of Havering residents took to Market Place, Romford yesterday (17 November 2022) to celebrate the Havering Christmas lights switch-on.
£1.6m boost to help residents tackle cost of living crisis
Havering Council has committed an extra £1.6million to support residents with the cost of living crisis.
Cabinet agrees new Vision and structure for Havering Council
Havering’s Cabinet yesterday (9 November 2022) agreed a number of changes for the organisation so it can better serve residents.
Cabinet endorse East Havering £5.3bn datacentre opportunity
Havering Council’s Cabinet has agreed to move forward with the £5.3bn East Havering project, which will bring Europe’s largest datacentre to the borough.
Warm Spaces launched across Havering
Havering Council is working alongside voluntary, community and local organisations and businesses to set up a network of Warm Spaces across the borough this winter (2022/2023).
Council and police support new crime fighting app
Havering Council has joined forces with police and the Safer Neighbourhood Board in supporting the launch of a new app for the neighbourhood watch scheme, OWL.
Remembrance in Havering
Residents across the borough are invited to gather at Remembrance services this month to honour those who have served our country.
Cocoon celebrates its fifth anniversary
Havering’s Cocoon service has celebrated its fifth anniversary.