News published May 2017
Children’s Commissioner and LGA Safeguarding Adult Lead join Havering safeguarding conference
The Children’s Commissioner of England, Anne Longfield, gave a key note speech at the Safeguarding Children’s and Safeguarding Adults’ Boards conference yesterday (Wednesday 24 May).
Have your say on private-renting in Havering
Havering Council calls on all local residents, landlords and managing agents to have their say on the council’s proposal to introduce an Additional Landlord Licensing scheme.
Havering Annual Alternative Provision Awards Ceremony 2017
Seventeen pupils from the borough’s primary and secondary schools have been commended by Havering during The annual Alternative Provision Awards.
Manchester attack: Chief Executive's statement
Following the attack in Manchester (Monday 22 May), the Chief Executive of Havering Council, Andrew Blake-Herbert, said:
Do you want to help make Havering safer?
Havering’s Safer Neighbourhood Board is looking for a new chair.
Young musicians awarded for their talent
Havering Young Musician’s Festival 2017 took place on Saturday 13 May at the Salvation Army Hall. The concert was organised by Havering Music School and included a night of high quality solo pieces played by talented young people in the borough.
Council Children's Services wins prestigious award
Havering Council's Children’s Services has won a prestigious award at the annual Mind of My Own (MOMO) conference yesterday.
New Mayor for Havering
Havering has a new Mayor following the Annual Council meeting on Wednesday 17 May.
Information on registering for, and voting in, the General Election on 8 June 2017
The General Election will be held on Thursday 8 June 2017.
Freedom pass deadline
The Council is contacting over 1,100 of the approximately 50,000 residents with Older People’s Freedom Passes asking them to confirm they still live in the borough and that they are still eligible for a Pass from Havering.