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More Bobbies on the Beat!

Damian White, Leader of Havering Council, has announced that Havering Council is to directly pay for additional police officers to support the local Police Force for the first time.

Jodie Chesney stabbing: Leader's Statement

Councillor Damian White, the Leader of Havering Council, said:

“This is a tragic incident which will rightly appal everyone in our borough.

"We have offered support including bereavement counselling and psychological support to local schools and voluntary organisations. 

Keeping our streets clean!

The street cleaning frequency on residential streets throughout Havering will be increased from once every three weeks to once every two weeks.

Your Romford, your say!

Havering Council has begun a consultation on the future of the Romford Town Centre and surrounding areas.

The first event was held on Friday 25th January and will run all the way through until June, and there will be plenty of ways for you to get involved.

Tri-borough Serious Violence Summit

The first tri-borough Serious Crime Summit for Havering, Barking and Dagenham, and Redbridge, was held on 16th January.

The summit was attended by over 240 delegates, representing community groups, faith groups, teachers, police and court staff.

Havering lands second place in New Year's Day Parade!

The London Borough of Havering has come second in the New Year's Day Parade!

This year's parade in London attracted more than 650,000 spectators and 8,000 participants from Boroughs across London.

Veggie Run teams up with West Ham United Foundation

Veggie Run, Havering Council's healthy eating app, has partnered with the West Ham Foundation to help our children dodge unhealthy food.

The gaming app promotes a healthy diet and rewards children for eating fruit and vegetables.