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Meeting of Havering Council: Report

09:29 17 July 2014

Havering Town Hall.

Havering Town Hall.

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Improvements to Gallows Corner will be discussed with TFL bosses at a meeting later this year.

Cllr Osman Dervish, cabinet member for regulatory services and community safety, told a meeting of Havering Council he would campaign for action at the roundabout last night.

The meeting also heard that a the future of a swimming pool at Chaffords School would be determined in 2016.

During a debate regarding shared services with Newham Council members heard that the scheme would achieve £14 million of savings.

A further £60 million of savings will needed in the next four years.

A Rainham and Wennington & South Hornchurch Working Party was also established at the meeting to explore major regeneration opportunities.

For a full report of the meeting see tomorrow’s Romford Recorder.

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