News published November 2020
Council Leader disappointed by new Crossrail delays
The Leader of Havering Council has raised his concerns about further delays to the Crossrail project (known as the Elizabeth Line).
Council asks for residents’ views on proposed budget
Havering Council is urging residents to have their say on the borough’s spending plans for 2021/22 – following the impact of the Covid 19 pandemic.
Got symptoms, get tested
A new permanent testing site is opening in the borough to offer more capacity to help increase the number of people being tested for Covid 19.
Christmas events go virtual as lights go on around the borough
Festive lights and Christmas trees across the borough will be switched on, on Thursday 26 November.
Open meeting to tackle anti-social behaviour at college
A public meeting has been arranged by Havering Council to update residents following concerns about anti-social behaviour at a local college.
Havering pilots app to help tackle food poverty
Havering Council is working with food-sharing app OLIO, and the University of Nottingham, to combat food poverty in the borough.
Fight against anti-social behaviour in Romford continues
Havering Council has extended the Public Space Protection Order (PSPO) in Romford Town Centre – which continues to crack down on anti-social drinking.
New Covid Marshals hit the street in Havering
New Covid Marshals have been deployed across Havering this week to support the Council’s fight against coronavirus.
Havering now included in new Covid 19 rapid tests
Havering Council has confirmed with the Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC) that it will be able to participate in the early rollout of rapid Covid 19 tests.
Fact check: Romford Recorder gets it wrong over free school meals story
Councillor Damian White, Leader of Havering Council, writes: