News published April 2020
Council crematorium and cemetery grounds to be closed to public
Havering’s top public health expert has warned residents that the construction of a temporary ‘morgue’ at South Essex Crematorium is a “sober and sad warning” that the current good weather must not tempt people to go outside more than is essential as the battle against coronavirus continues.
Private car parks follow Council’s lead with free parking for residents and NHS
Private car parks across the borough are doing their bit to support NHS staff and key workers by providing free parking during coronavirus.
Covid-19: Supporting domestic abuse victims
The coronavirus outbreak presents a new challenge for people living through domestic abuse, but support is always available in Havering.
Adult social care providers to receive £500,000 funding
Havering Council has announced it is releasing half a million pounds in initial funding so that local care providers can continue to support vulnerable people during the Coronavirus outbreak.
Council makes 'urgent request' to businesses for kit to help fight coronavirus
Havering Council has asked the borough’s businesses – including nail bars, beauty salons, builders, decorators, tattooists and cleaning companies – for vital equipment to help the fight against coronavirus.