News published January 2018
Big Belly bins ready to feast on Romford’s rubbish
Havering Council has installed eight new hi-tech bins in a bid to reduce litter in Romford Town Centre.
Havering honours Holocaust victims
Havering residents along with the Mayor of Havering, Councillor Linda Van den Hende marked Holocaust Memorial Day at a special service in Romford yesterday (Sunday 28).
Connect with businesses at Havering's biggest networking event
Havering’s biggest business event takes place in just over two weeks and the Council is calling all businesses to come together and network with a difference.
Havering to honour Holocaust victims
Havering residents are invited to mark Holocaust Memorial Day at a special service in Romford this Sunday.
Parks Police hero honoured with Royal Award
A member of the Council’s Parks Constabulary has received a prestigious award after being recognised by the Royal Humane Society for saving the life of a man in a Havering park.
Open day set to be star-studded
More celebrity guests have been confirmed to join Dancing on Ice star Ray Quinn at the official opening of Sapphire Ice and Leisure.
Cabinet appoints preferred bidder for regeneration of borough’s social housing
Havering Council has appointed a preferred bidder to deliver a regeneration project set to transform the borough’s housing stock.
The Change4Life roadshow is coming to Havering
Families in Havering are invited on 24 and 25 January 2018 when Public Health England’s Change4Life roadshow comes to the Brewery shopping centre, to help families choose healthier snacks.
Harold Hill Kitchen Supervisor victorious at regional heats for School Chef of the Year
Michelle Creed, 45, of Rush Green, who works at Broadford Primary School, Harold Hill, for the past 11 years, made it to the regional finals on Thursday 11 January.
Leader calls for judicial review of “unlawful’’ police station consultation
Havering Council has threatened to seek Judicial Review against the MOPAC and the Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police Service, in respect of their decision to close police buildings.