News published February 2020
Havering Council’s Local Land Charges team nominated for prestigious industry awards
Havering Council boasts several prestigious nominations as finalists in the Land Data Local Land Charges Awards 2020.
More for homes, care, libraries and parks as Havering Council approves budget for the future
The Council has agreed its budget proposals for 2020/2021 at the Council Tax Council on Wednesday 26 February.
New Members of Youth Parliament elected as young residents cast their vote
Two students from Havering have been elected as new Members of the UK Youth Parliament (MYP) for Havering. Results were announced at Romford Town Hall on Tuesday 25 February.
Havering adult social care among best in the country
Havering Council has been named in the top 15 of IMPOWER’s most productive councils for adult social care.
Health visiting set for a £3.5m boost
A £3.5million cash injection will help to boost Havering’s health visiting services under new plans unveiled in the Council’s annual budget.
Businesses warned over carbon monoxide levels using tandoor ovens
Havering Council’s Environmental Health Officers issued 10 notices to commercial food premises in the borough recently, after concerns that solid fuel tandoor ovens were being used unsafely by businesses, potentially exposing their employees and others to high levels of carbon monoxide.
Apprenticeship Week – a week of celebrations
It was a stellar week for apprentices in Havering recently as young people and employers celebrated their contribution to the borough.
No idling here please - drivers switch off for cleaner air
Drivers leaving their engines running whilst parked in Havering were encouraged to turn them off during two anti-idling action days recently.
Harold Hill residents encouraged to share views on regeneration project
Residents in Harold Hill have shared their views on proposed plans for the Chippenham Road Estate.
More for homes, care, libraries and parks as Havering Council proposes budget for the future
The council has published its budget proposals for 2020/2021, which will be considered by Cabinet on 12 February. It will then be debated at Council on 26 February for final agreement.