News published November 2018
Havering pays its respects
Huge numbers of local residents and visitors attended a series of events across Havering marking Remembrance Sunday and the 100 year anniversary of the ending of the First World War.
Second public consultation launched for Bridge Close Romford
Following an initial round of consultation in September, residents and businesses have a further opportunity to share their views on plans to transform Bridge Close, an area of Romford town centre.
New radio scheme to combat crime
A new pilot scheme to clamp down on shop thefts has been launched in Harold Hill.
Enforcement tackling underage sales of fireworks and alcohol
Havering Council’s licensing and trading standards team have been out across the borough to check on whether local retailers are selling age-restricted goods to young people aged under 18.
Veggie Run shortlisted for national award
Veggie Run, Havering Council’s innovative healthy eating app, has been nominated for a prestigious national award.
Lighting the way
On the evening of Sunday 11 November a special event will take place in remembrance of the end of the First World War and the millions who were killed or came home dreadfully wounded.
Steven Kelly, former Havering Councillor and Council Leader dies
Steven Kelly, a former Leader of the Council, has died.
Havering acknowledges International Day of the Disabled Person
Havering supports International Day of the Disabled Person
The Cocoon celebrates its first birthday
Havering's Cocoon celebrates its first anniversary