News published September 2018
Have your say on plans for Bridge Close Romford
Local residents and businesses are being invited to have their say about plans to transform an area of Romford within the ring-road.
Working together for a safer Havering
Residents, volunteers and community groups across the borough are invited to be part of a community event which looks at how working together can help prevent crime and the threat of crime.
Save a Life, Surrender your Knife
Councillor Viddy Persaud, Cabinet Member for Public Protection & Safety, Havering Council, joined Havering BCU Commander Superintendent John Ross today (18 September) at Romford Police Station.
Veggie Run strikes again
Veggie run kicks off healthy eating plan with West Ham United Foundation
We want to hear from you - Budget Consultation for 2019-2023
Residents and businesses in Havering have until Sunday 30 September to have their say on how the Council sets its budget for the next four years.
Havering Local Plan examination confirmed
Notice of Independent Examination under Regulation 24 of the Town and Country Planning (Local Planning) (England) Regulations 2012
Have your say on education in Havering
Survey will shape future school planning.
Havering Council safeguards policing in south of the borough
After refusing to accept London Mayor’s Office for Police and Crime (MOPAC) decision to close police access points in the south of the borough, Havering Council has successfully negotiated an agreement to acquire Hornchurch Police station, guaranteeing a local police presence.