News published November 2021
Supporting 16 Days of Action against domestic violence
Havering Council is supporting the annual White Ribbon Day campaign which takes place each year on 25 November.
Havering Council continues school holiday meal support over Christmas
Applications for the Christmas School Holiday Meal Scheme will open in Havering on Friday, 26 November 2021.
Demolition of old tower blocks heralds progress at Waterloo Estate
Romford’s first tower blocks, are being demolished to make way for a new development at Waterloo and Queen Street to build 1,380 new homes for local people.
Community honoured at Mayor of Havering’s Civic Awards
Havering has been honouring its many local heroes at the Mayor’s Civic Awards in recognition of their contribution to the community.
Romford switches on to Christmas
Thousands of residents took to Romford Market Place yesterday (18/11/2021) to celebrate the Christmas lights switch-on, the first since 2019 - due to the pandemic impacting last year’s festivities.
New Havering Local Plan gets green light from Council
Havering councillors have formally adopted a new vision for the development of the borough from now until 2031.
Havering sets out path to becoming carbon neutral
Havering Council’s Cabinet have formally laid out how the Council will tackle climate change and become carbon neutral by 2040 or sooner.
Council to provide free weekend parking over Christmas and New Year
Havering Council is to provide free parking in all council car parks at weekends from 27 November 2021 until 2 January 2022.
Construction for new Hornchurch retirement village begins
Construction for a new retirement village in Hornchurch is officially underway. This kicked off with a ground breaking ceremony at the Solar, Serena and Sunrise Courts.
Council Leader calls for agreement on new Beam Park Station
The Leader of Havering Council, Damian White, has called for the Department for Transport and the GLA to resolve their differences and build the planned station at Beam Park.