News published March 2018
Council hosts their first film premiere
Havering Council hosted their first film premiere on March 6 at Premiere Cinema, Romford showcasing a recent documentary produced and edited by children in care.
Council fights back against Havering fly-tippers
Havering Council has stamped out large-scale fly-tipping in the borough’s most notorious hotspots for organised rubbish dumpers.
Preparation for new housing development in Hornchurch begins
Mercury Land Holdings prepare for the construction of 44 high-quality homes in the heart of Hornchurch.
Deputy Mayor raises flag to mark Commonwealth Day
The Deputy Mayor of Havering, Councillor Dilip Patel raised the Commonwealth Flag outside the Town Hall on Monday 12 March.
Who is your child talking to? Child Sexual Exploitation (CSE) is closer than you think.
Havering Council is supporting national CSE Awareness Day on Sunday 18 March. We hope to raise awareness amongst parents and carers that CSE is impacting more and more children across London, and inform parents that this can sadly start whilst their child is at home on their phone, tablet or computer.
Council announces Wates Residential as £1 billion joint venture partner for London’s biggest social housing regeneration project
The London Borough of Havering announces a £1bn contract and major new joint venture (JV) partnership with Wates Residential, which will see 12 Council estates regenerated to provide around 3,000 homes in Havering, London, over the next 12 years.
Outstanding achievement for the borough
95 per cent of Havering primary pupils are now attending a ‘Good’ or ‘Outstanding’ school in the borough, above the national average of 90 per cent (as at 31.01.2018).
Havering to celebrate Commonwealth Day with flag raising event
To celebrate Commonwealth Day, the Mayor of Havering and dignitaries from the borough will be joined by council staff and community groups to raise the flag outside the Town Hall.
Huge Turnout for Havering's Apprenticeship Event
Havering Council hosted their free annual apprentice event to help young people decide if an apprenticeship route could be the right path for them.
Foster your skills to go the extra mile
This month Havering Council launches their latest fostering campaign, ‘Foster your skills to go the extra mile’ with the aim of recruiting five new foster carers from the borough or surrounding areas.