News published January 2019
Havering joins first tri-borough summit to tackle serious violence
Havering was part of the first tri-borough Serious Violence Summit which brought together key partners and local communities to discuss jointly tackling violent crime.
Havering to honour victims of the Holocaust
Residents in Havering are invited to mark Holocaust Memorial Day at a special service in Romford on Sunday 27 January 2019.
Veggie Run starts a new outdoor adventure
Havering school pupils start new adventure with Stubbers
Leader's New Year message
With the Christmas holidays now over, I thought you might be interested in what your council is doing in 2019 and beyond to make Havering an even better place to live.
Funding boost gets road improvements up and running
Havering Council’s commitment to improving the borough’s roads and pavements has been given a boost with funding from central government.
£1.6m funding secured to support business and employment in Rainham.
Havering Council working with partners, has successfully secured £1.6m through the Greater London Authority Good Growth Fund (GGF).
New Year's Day Parade float lands cash for charities
A flag-covered jetliner float has landed Havering 2nd place in London’s New Year’s Day Parade, winning £9,000 for local charities.
£800k digital boost for Rainham
As part of the Local London Partnership, Havering has secured £800k through the London Authority’s Strategic Investment Pot, to be used to improve digital connectivity in the Rainham area.
Available months for 2019