News published September 2022
Your say on parks and open spaces
Havering Council wants to know residents’ views as it looks to update its parks and open spaces strategy.
Young disabled people to boost their travel confidence
Young people with disabilities are being offered training to help them travel more independently on public transport in the borough.
Havering’s parks have a golden glow
Havering has bagged a number of top awards in the London in Bloom competition – placing the borough’s parks among the best in London.
Pre-pandemic parking charges to return
Havering Council is continuing to support the borough return to business as usual following the pandemic with the re-instatement of pre-Covid parking measures.
‘Topping out’ marked at new Hornchurch retirement village
A "topping-out" ceremony was held at the former Solar, Serena and Sunrise site in Hornchurch last week (Wednesday, 21 September 2022).
Hefty fine for Romford shop selling dangerous furniture
A Romford-based furniture shop has received a £15,000 fine for selling unsafe chairs that did not meet fire safety requirements, following an investigation by Havering Council.
New planning application guidelines launches this month
New guidelines have been introduced to the planning application process in Havering.
Havering's Formal Accession Proclamation of King Charles III
The Mayor of Havering, Councillor Trevor McKeever, delivers the Proclamation speech on behalf of Havering.
Statements: Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II
Havering Council has tonight paid tribute to Her Majesty The Queen who has died at the age of 96.
Havering Hubs receive digital tech and training boost
Visitors to Havering Hubs are set to benefit following a donation of 15 laptop computers from Cognizant.