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Got a view on Havering’s housing issues? The council want to know by January 31

15:34 08 January 2014

Havering’s residents are being asked by the council for their views on housing issues by the end of the month.

The borough council has started a new plan to tackle issues, including affordable housing, conditions in the private sector, and the need for accommodation for older and vulnerable people.

Councillor Lesley Kelly, cabinet member for housing, said: “This consultation is a perfect way for residents to get involved and help us identify the priorities of those who live in the borough.

“Before we make any plans we’d like to hear your views so I would urge all to get involved.”

Residents are asked to email agnieszka.kutek@havering.gov.uk or reply in writing by January 31 to: Agnieszka Kutek, Housing Policy team, London Borough of Havering, 5th Floor Mercury House, Town Hall, Romford, RM1 3BB

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