News published February 2017
Have your say: Council launches new safety order to tackle anti-social behaviour
Havering Council is seeking residents’ views on its proposed Public Space Protection Order (PSPO) to tackle increasing anti-social behaviour in Romford town centre.
DABD promoting independence
DABD is a registered charity looking for people to travel train young disabled people age 11- 25 during school term-time. Full training will be provided.
BBC One daytime show, The Housing Enforcers, heads to Havering
Consumer champion Matt Allwright is back on the job, joining the ranks of Britain’s housing enforcers. These are the men and women on the front line in the battle between landlords and tenants.
Help for dog owners
Havering Council has teamed up with charity The Dogs Trust to offer dog neutering for certain breeds of dogs for just £35 for residents who receive mean-tested benefits.
Council votes and approves the budget
The budget for 2017/2018 was voted through by full Council last night with 31 votes for, and 9 against.
Camera roll out proves successful and is extended
A move by Havering Council to use cameras to deter motorists committing offences when driving around the borough has proved successful and is being extended to cover more roads and junctions.
Havering's website named as most improved
The Council's website has recently been named most improved local government website in the UK, by Sitemorse.
A new vision for Havering Council has been ratified by full council this evening
The Council’s new vision, ‘Havering – making a Greater London’, is about “embracing the best of what Havering has to offer, and how we as a borough can play an active role in the success of the whole of London," said Andrew Blake-Herbert, Chief Executive of Havering Council.
More customers, more revenue, more profits!
The Havering Business Network meets again on Thursday 2 March at 5.30pm to discuss how to increase sales and grow a business.
Last chance to step back in time
Havering residents have a last chance to step back in time and share their memories of Havering at two events being held in Hornchurch.