News published May 2018
Rogue landlords fined £55,000 for poor housing conditions
Havering Council has issued £55,000 in penalty notices to rogue landlords across the borough over the last two months.
Havering hosts the Alternative Provision Awards
The annual Alternative Provision Awards was hosted on Thursday 17 May, celebrating Havering pupils who study alternative education in practical environments. Havering commended 35 pupils from the boro
New Leader appointed and Mayor Making takes place at Annual Council
Havering has a new Leader and Mayor following the Annual Council meeting on Wednesday 23 May.
'MAKE IT' for Prom
As the summer school term gets into full swing many Year 11 and 13 students are excitedly preparing for their prom, Havering Council is launching ‘The Prom Project’, to make sure young people who can’t afford a new dress or an outfit – don’t miss out.
Special Education Needs and Disability report 2018
Councillor Robert Benham, Cabinet Member for Children's & Learning, said:
Dementia Action Week - Support across the borough
In the UK, one person develops dementia every three minutes. Yet too many people living with dementia face the condition alone and excluded from society.
Havering marks Foster Care Fortnight
Havering Council is on the lookout for great new foster carers as part of the Fostering Network’s annual national awareness and recruitment campaign: Foster Care Fortnight 2018.
Help get young people Prom ready
The Council’s Youth Services is appealing to residents to make sure young people who can’t afford a new dress or an outfit can MAKE IT for prom by launching ‘The Prom Project’.
Local Elections 2018
The 2018 Local Election results for Havering are as follows: