News published September 2020
Supporting businesses to stay safer
Havering Council’s enforcement and public protection teams have been out in force working tirelessly help keep business and residents Covid 19 secure.
Schools and colleges eligible for free sanitary products
Schools and colleges across the borough are being reminded that they can apply for free sanitary products to help fight period poverty amongst young girls.
We Are 500 told to close this weekend following rise in Covid 19 figures
Havering Council has decided to prevent the upcoming We Are 500 events in light of increasing coronavirus infection rates in the borough.
“We will end long-term rough sleeping” says Havering Council
Havering Council has shared its bold ambition to end long-term rough sleeping in the borough.
Havering Council steps in to safeguard Bridge Close regeneration
Last night, Havering Council’s Cabinet agreed to buy out the interest of its joint venture private sector partner, First Base Bridge Close Regeneration LLP.
Council launches new online tool to help communities stay connected during Covid 19 pandemic
A new online platform has been launched to bring the community together.
Residents urged to take action now as Covid 19 cases rise in the borough
With Covid 19 cases on the increase in Havering, Council bosses have warned that the borough faces government-enforced restrictions unless everyone “does their bit” to battle the pandemic.
Havering pays tribute to emergency services with flag raising
A flag paying tribute to the emergency services has been raised outside the Town Hall to mark Emergency Services Day.
Pick up to clean up – supporting the Great British September Clean
Havering Council is supplying litter pickers for residents to borrow and hold their own socially distanced community clean-ups in the areas where they live this month.
Havering named one of the best for special needs pupils
Havering Council has been named as one of the best performing councils for supporting children with high educational needs.