News published October 2016
Frozen feature for Romford
Romford Market is changing with new events, stallholders and from Friday 18 November until 15 January you will be able to skate on a large temporary ice rink that will bring festive cheer to the town.
10 things to know about the Council’s solar park proposals
Havering Council is paving the way for a greener future as it proposes to develop solar parks in Gerpins Lane in Corbets Tey, and the land adjacent to Dagnam Park, in Harold Hill.
Fun for all the family
There’s a host of activities and events in Romford Market in the coming weeks to keep you entertained, refreshed and well-fed.
Council provides flooding advice at drop-in surgery
Havering Council in partnership with The Environment Agency is hosting a drop-in surgery that will provide advice on flooding and how to help prevent the effects of flooding on Tuesday 8 November, 2.30pm-8.30pm.
Transforming Gidea Park Station
Havering Council, in partnership with Transport for London, has unveiled updated plans to transform Gidea Park station as part of a series of major improvements on the eastern section of the Crossrail route between Stratford and Shenfield.
Havering Council Leader welcomes opportunities for the borough in pilot policing scheme
The Leader of Havering Council has welcomed the announcement of the participation of the borough in the pilot scheme for the new Basic Command Unit (BCU) model.
Havering Council agrees housing regeneration and plans for 2,500 new homes
Havering Council’s Cabinet has approved plans for a huge regeneration of the borough’s housing.
Parade of shops in Corbets Tey gets attention
A parade of shops in Ockendon Road, Corbets Tey is set to receive a facelift after Havering Council agreed to a programme of works to improve the area.
Romford’s town centre shortlisted for an award – and you can help us win it!
Romford town centre has been shortlisted for an award in the Great British High Street competition.
StartUp Britain Bus stops in Romford
Havering Council partnered with the StartUp Britain team as part of a wider programme to support people in starting their businesses, working with a number of specialists including Enterprise Nation,