News published January 2019
Retailery is open for business
Romford’s Retailery remains open to the public after the Council stepped in to manage the space while a new operator is found.
Havering remembers victims of genocide at special service
Havering residents, along with the Mayor of Havering, Councillor Dilip Patel, marked Holocaust Memorial Day at a special service in Romford on Sunday 27 January.
Havering businesses urged to get involved
Havering Council and Wates Residential are calling for Havering businesses to be part of their ground-breaking programme to deliver 3,000 high quality homes for local people over the next 12 to 15 years
New plans to bring Havering communities together
One Havering Community Cohesion Strategy to be discussed.
Your Romford, your say: join the conversation
Havering Council is asking residents and businesses for their thoughts on how to improve Romford Town Centre and surrounding area.
Smart working means safer travel for Harold Wood pupils
A joint effort between Havering Council and Harold Wood Primary School, has seen new measures put in place around the school to improve pupils’ safety.
Butterflies parents' group celebrates one year in flight
Butterflies parent support group celebrates first birthday
Havering joins first tri-borough summit to tackle serious violence
Havering was part of the first tri-borough Serious Violence Summit which brought together key partners and local communities to discuss jointly tackling violent crime.
Havering to honour victims of the Holocaust
Residents in Havering are invited to mark Holocaust Memorial Day at a special service in Romford on Sunday 27 January 2019.
Veggie Run starts a new outdoor adventure
Havering school pupils start new adventure with Stubbers