News published July 2021
Havering’s second community hub opens in Rainham
Havering’s second community hub, in Rainham, opens today (28 July 2021) and is ready to welcome residents.
Junior Citizens learn life skills for the future
Over 1,000 pupils from 14 schools across Havering have been learning skills to prepare them for their next step in life as part of the Junior Citizens Project.
Have your say on Farnham and Hilldene Estate regeneration
Residents and business owners in Harold Hill are being encouraged to share their views on proposed plans for Farnham and Hilldene shopping area.
A shark tale
Everyone has a lockdown tale to tell – and that was exactly the case for Natalie Newman and her nine-year-old son, Henry.
Free swimming launches for school aged children
Havering Council is offering free swimming sessions for school aged children and young adults until summer 2022.
Your say on Havering’s polling districts
Havering Council has launched a consultation to review the borough’s electoral polling areas and the location of polling stations.
Residents urged to keep following Hands, Face, Space in Council buildings
Havering Council has joined other public sector organisations and businesses calling on local people to continue to wear face coverings and to social distance when using its buildings.
Your say on electric charging points
Havering Council wants to hear from residents and businesses on where electric vehicle charging points could be located across the borough.
Have your say on Havering’s Local Plan
Havering Council has launched a public consultation that will give residents the opportunity to provide their views and feedback on the Havering Local Plan.
Havering Council extends school holiday meals funding support for summer holidays
Havering Council will continue to fund the School Holiday Meal Scheme for those most in need during the summer holidays.