News published July 2017
End of the road for fly-tippers
Havering Council is taking action against fly-tipping with proposals to close roads around some of the borough’s most notorious hot-spots.
'Hexit' rejected as draft Local Plan approved
Last night (Wednesday 26 July 2017) Havering Council Cabinet Members rejected an opposition motion calling on Havering to leave the Greater London Authority.
Havering residents asked to take up Food Waste Challenge
This summer Havering residents will be encouraged to think about what they’re throwing away in a bid to save themselves up to £60 a month and help tackle food waste in the borough.
New Job Club launches in Hornchurch
Havering Council Housing Services is launching a new Job Club at Hornchurch Library on Thursday 3 August 2017.
Cycle hubs open in Havering
Havering Council has partnered with Cycle Confident to offer free cycle training across the borough.
The Havering Show is back and it’s bigger and better
The free family show, led by Havering Council, returns to Harrow Lodge Park, Hornchurch, on Sunday 27 and Monday 28 August 2017, 11am-7pm.
New Local Plan gets Cabinet approval
On Wednesday 19 July, Havering’s new Local Plan received approval from Cabinet. It will now go to Full Council on Wednesday 26 July.
Havering shows off flower power to London in Bloom judges
Judging for the prestigious London in Bloom competition has taken place in Havering.
Havering Trading Standards hero awarded for pioneering project as borough marks Scams Awareness Month
A Trading Standards officer who devised a new banking protocol that helps people who are being ripped off by doorstep criminals has been recognised by the profession.
Havering’s bright young stars
Last week (Monday 10 July), 30 of Havering’s most gifted young people were recognised for their hard work and talent across a range of cultural and sporting activities.