News published February 2019
Havering businesses attend third Meet the Buyer event
The third Meet the Buyer event took place this morning and was an opportunity for businesses to discuss potential future work on three sites earmarked for regeneration.
Council approves 2019/20 budget and spending plans for next four years
Budget plans for major improvements in street cleaning and road repairs, along with investment in better leisure facilities and school places, have been approved by Full Council.
Council celebrates career opportunities with National Apprenticeship Week
Havering Council marks National Apprenticeship Week with a range of events
Alert: Council warns residents after spate of doorstep scams
Havering Council is reminding residents to be extra aware of scammers operating in the borough. Our Trading Standards team are regularly visiting community groups to let people know what to look out for and where to go for advice.
Businesses awarded demolition contract for Havering's biggest housing project
Two local businesses have been awarded demolition contracts by joint venture partners, Havering Council and Wates Residential as part of the borough’s biggest regeneration project.
Havering young people carve out new path to success
Thirteen young people are celebrating after graduating from a project to help them pursue a career
Council estates set for £10m makeover and £150m to build more affordable homes for local people
An extra £10 million has been set aside in the Council’s Housing budget (Housing Revenue Account) to improve our estates and council homes.
Work begins on new Hornchurch Sports Centre
Work has officially begun on the brand new Hornchurch Sports Centre
Council proposes council car park charge changes supporting investment in roads and pavements
Havering Council has proposed changes to some of its car parking charges to help fund road and pavement improvements asked for by residents.
Cabinet approves improvements in street cleaning, roads and pavements as part of Havering Council’s budget plans
Budget plans for major improvements in street cleaning and road repairs, along with investment in better leisure facilities and school places, were approved by Havering Council's Cabinet, last night.