News published November 2017
Olympic gymnasts join Council Leader for official opening of Noak Hill Sports Complex
Havering Council and Everyone Active hosted an exciting free sports day extravaganza to mark the official opening of Noak Hill Sports Complex, on Saturday 25 November.
Council tracks down notorious Grenfell Park traveller fly-tip gang
Havering Council has recovered four vehicles and identified six suspects after a traveller incursion and fly tipping in Grenfell Park (18-19 November).
Havering Social Worker wins prestigious national award
The Social Worker of the Year Awards took place at a glittering ceremony in The Royal Lancaster Hotel, London on Friday 24 November. 2017. In total, more than 80 social workers and teams competed.
Free, fun-filled training at Noak Hill Sports Complex
Noak Hill Sports Complex is offering local residents free sports training and community fun this weekend.
Bryant Avenue due to open in two weeks
Local residents and businesses will be pleased to find out that Bryant Avenue, that is currently closed due to the Ardleigh Green A127 Bridge works, will open the weekend of 8 December.
Havering Council launches 'Give the Gift of Fostering'
As the year comes to an end, Havering Council is urging anyone who can give the gift of fostering this Christmas to come forward.
Record numbers attend Romford Christmas extravaganza
Havering Council kick started the festive celebrations by hosting the annual Christmas Lights switch-on.
Council saves £5 million, closing doors on tenancy fraud
A crackdown on subletting and other types of tenancy fraud has seen 53 homes recovered, saving Havering Council more than five million pounds.
London’s devolution deal to benefit the people of Havering, Barking and Dagenham, and Redbridge
Today’s the Mayor of London and the Secretary of State for Health as well as health and care leaders across the capital, signed a landmark devolution deal to improve health and care in London.
Miles the Mole marks World COPD Day at Queen’s Hospital
The Council’s air quality champion, Miles the Mole, visited Queen’s Hospital, Romford yesterday (15 November), to mark World COPD (Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease) Day.