News published March 2017
Havering pupils learn about air pollution with Miles the Mole
Havering Council has officially launched its Miles the Mole air quality campaign.
Work starts on 46 new homes in Harold Hill
Work is due to start this week on building 46 new homes and two new commercial units in Briar Road, Harold Hill as the latest phase of Havering Council’s Housing Programme gets underway.
Demolition begins at Highfield Community Centre but Easter event goes on
Demolition of the old community centre at the side of Highfield Tower, Hillrise Road, Collier Row, begins on Monday 3 April as the next stage in providing a new facility on the site.
Health check for dogs in Harold Hill
Havering’s dog owners can get their pets health checked and the animals micro-chipped at no cost during a special event being held in Harold Hill.
Collier Row Job Club books into new home
Job seekers in Collier Row are booking into a new venue from this week while a new Community Centre is built in Hillrise Road.
Westminster terror attack: Leader's statement
Following the attack in Westminster (Wednesday 22 March), the Leader of the Council, Councillor Roger Ramsey, said:
Rainham plans take another step forward
Plans to redevelop a number of sites along the A1306 (New Road) in Rainham take another step forward next week with a public consultation and exhibition.
Bogus tree and gardening services operating in Havering
Havering Council has received complaints from residents around the borough regarding bogus tree and gardening services.
£2.4m to boost children’s services announced
Children’s Services in the Borough will receive a £2.4m boost over the next two years Havering Council and the Department for Education announced today (Monday 20 March).
Council puts brakes on amateur drifting and offers support to rough-sleepers
Havering Council and partners put the brakes on dangerous car racing on Ferry Lane, Rainham and tackled rough sleeping and anti-social behaviour in Romford Town Centre.