News published September 2017
New order now in place to tackle anti-social drinking
A new Public Space Protection Order (PSPO) to tackle anti-social drinking has been agreed for Romford Town Centre and will go live imminently.
PETRA AGM praises progress
A well-attended Annual General Meeting (AGM) for the PETRA TMO (Tenant Management Organisation) this week saw residents praise the officers and staff for the high standards on the Hornchurch estate.
Council Leader calls on Jeremy Hunt to “urgently review” plans to close King George’s A&E
Leader of the Council, Councillor Roger Ramsey, has called on the Secretary of State for Health to urgently review NHS plans to close King George’s A&E department.
Gold rush for Havering in London in Bloom
Havering has shone once again in the London in Bloom competition, winning more than 30 awards.
Adult learners creative master pieces displayed at Queens theatre
The Havering adult college celebrated their learners’ achievements with the Mayor of Havering at Queen’s Theatre on Monday 4 September 2017.
Council leader questions tri-borough policing pilot
Havering Council’s leader, Councillor Roger Ramsey, questions whether the borough should continue with the tri-borough policing pilot as a result of the Mayor’s Office for Policing and Crime’s (MOPAC) proposals to close public access points in the borough.
Waterloo Family Fun Day is big success
Dozens of residents from Romford’s Waterloo Estate came to a special Family Fun Day on Saturday 23 September.
Next steps for school leavers
Havering Council is hosting its annual Moving On event next week, aimed at children aged 15 plus and living in the borough. The event helps young people to decide what they want to do once they have taken their GCSEs. There will be a range organisations in attendance, including colleges, private business, universities etc.
Proposed New Hornchurch Sports Centre – Public Engagement
The Council, in partnership with the Sports and Leisure Management operator SLM who manage the Council’s leisure centres, are proposing to build a new Hornchurch Sports Centre.
Havering Council Statement: Sanders School
A Havering Council Spokesperson, said: “The Council is proposing to appoint an Interim Executive Board (IEB) to lead the future improvement of Sanders School.