News published July 2019
Keep cool in the heatwave
With the weather set to soar to record temperatures in Havering this week, we want to ensure that our residents keep their cool.
Havering gears up for a summer of cycle fun
It’s time to get on your bike for summer as Havering Council has once again joined forces with Cycle Confident, to offer free cycle training across the borough this summer.
Fun on the Farm at the Havering Show
A travelling petting farm will bring an assortment of farmyard friends to this year's Havering Show, adding to the wide range of attractions on offer.
Council congratulates winning Junior Citizens pupils
Pupils at Upminster Primary School were on top form as they clinched this year’s Junior Citizens award.
Record number of parks still flying Green Flag
Fourteen parks will continue to fly Green Flags across Havering after successfully retaining them for another year.
Council crack down on illegal advertising
A prosecution that led to fines and costs of over £10,000 has been successfully carried out by Havering Council’s planning enforcement team.
Cabinet approves £10m investment for council estates
An extra £10m has been set aside in the Council's housing budget (Housing Revenue Account) to improve council estates in Havering.
Grass fire, Launders Lane, Rainham:
The Council is supporting the London Fire Brigade, Public Health England and the Environment Agency in regards to an on-going grass fire in Launders Lane, Rainham. It will continue to support these services to help reduce any impact on residents.
Fairkytes Live Stage to celebrate local talent at Havering Show
Fairkytes Live, Hornchurch's intimate music venue, has unveiled a host of singers and bands that will be performing on the Fairkytes Live Stage at the Havering Show.
Havering marks Armed Forces Day with spectacular parade and celebrations
Hundreds of Havering residents turned out to show their support as the borough marked the annual national Armed Forces Day on Saturday 29 June.