News published December 2022
A day in the life of an On Street Support Officer
Meet Paul Byrne. Paul is a hero. He doesn’t wear a cape and run into burning buildings to rescue people.
Council Leader writes to Secretary of State about Beam Park Station delay
Councillor Ray Morgon, Leader of Havering Council, wrote to the Rt Hon Mark Harper MP, Secretary of State for Transport in December 2022 to highlight concerns regarding the delays to Beam Park station
Children enjoy a Christmas treat
Across the borough school kitchens have been serving up a treat.
A Christmas message from the Mayor of Havering
The Mayor of Havering has provided a Christmas message to all residents of the borough.
Cabinet agrees to award contract for waste and street cleaning services
Havering Council’s Cabinet last night (Wednesday 14 December 2022) agreed to award its waste collection and street cleaning service.
Winter roads plan swings into action
Our winter road crews will be out gritting again this evening (Monday 12 December 2022) and into the early hours of tomorrow, to help make getting around the borough as safe as possible.
Lower Thames Crossing: Leader’s statement
The Planning Inspectorate has approved National Highways’ application for a Development Consent Order (DCO) to progress to detailed examination of the Lower Thames Crossing project.
Havering plugs in towards greener borough
Havering Council will be installing over 140 charging points across the borough next year to help support residents with electric vehicles.
Christmas cheer served up at thank-you lunch for volunteers
Havering Council and Wates Residential Joint venture laid on a free Christmas lunch to thank volunteers for their work over the past year.
Christmas at Romford Market returns
Romford Market will host a series of festive attractions for the whole family in the run-up to Christmas.