News published March 2022
Picking up for a Great British Spring Clean
Havering Council is once again supporting 2022's Great British Spring Clean, by encouraging residents and schools to grab a litter picker and help clean up their communities.
Plans underway to revitalise Havering’s town centres
Havering Council will be making upgrades to five of the borough’s town centres over the next four months, improving the look and feel of these public spaces for businesses, shoppers and residents.
Council to provide free parking over Easter Bank Holiday
Havering Council is to provide free parking in all council car parks across the 2022 Easter Bank Holiday weekend.
Restoration works begin on Harrow Lodge Park lakes
Restoration works for the Harrow Lodge Park lakes have begun.
Havering opens Memorial Woodland two years on from start of the Pandemic
Havering Council has officially opened a new memorial woodland to recognise those lost to Covid 19.
Havering secures more charging points for electric vehicle owners
Drivers of electric vehicles in Havering will have more opportunity to charge their cars with approximately 150 more charging points to be installed in Council car parks and on borough streets.
Pupils have it all mapped out in the walking zone
Havering Council has joined forces with Branfil Primary School to launch a new project that encourages more walking, cycling and getting active.
New shelter and social space for Melville Road Allotment
Melville Road Allotment in Rainham is getting a total upgrade of its outdoor shelter, thanks to a project being delivered by Havering Council and Wates Residential.
Levi Roots puts some reggae in school dinners
Entrepreneur and Dragons’ Den winner Levi Roots has put some spicy reggae flavours on Havering school menus.
Havering appoints new repairs contract for Housing estates
Havering Council has appointed Mears as its new repairs and maintenance contractor, servicing the boroughs 12,000 council homes.