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Havering Council is set to greenlight a £125,000 five-year plan to help curb the borough’s rising problems with air pollution.

Weather warnings have been issued across London following heavy snowfall overnight and this morning.

Havering will be one of the first boroughs to benefit from additional funding from the Mayor of London to help transform Romford town centre.

A through-road leading onto the Ardleigh Green A127 Bridge will reopen early this December in a move that will hopefully ease congestion along the roadworks there.

A long-running battle to repair a potentially dangerous historic wall that had been worn down by misuse has finally ended.

Earlier this month I had the pleasure of being among the first to ride one of the new Elizabeth Line trains running from Stratford to Shenfield.

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Havering Council has unveiled its plans for a £1m regeneration of the area around Gidea Park station to coincide with the arrival of Crossrail.

Rainham MP Jon Cruddas has hailed the news that Uber’s licence to operate in London is not being renewed as “a great result” for the capital.

A £100,000 scheme to make a busy road into Romford safer for drivers and pedestrians is expected to be given the green light by Havering Council next week.

Havering’s London Assembly representative has admitted that although he welcomes today’s news that Uber’s licence has been revoked, he is concerned about the decision’s economic impact.

Ticket offices on the Overground network are set to be reviewed, with the network’s operator claiming there will be no “compulsory redundancies”.

The black cab trade – a big employer within my constituency – has come under increasing pressures over recent years with the growth of popular private hire apps like Uber.

A busy Hornchurch road that is home to three schools is to benefit from £85,000 of safety improvements to try and kick accidents there to the kerb.

The Night Tube has been a welcome addition to London for the thousands of people who enjoy the capital’s vibrant night life every weekend.

Patients are set for an easier journey to Queen’s Hospital with the rerouting of the number 5 bus.

Hexit would be a disaster for Havering

At the time of writing this, Havering Council had deferred the Hexit decision to a full council meeting on Wednesday.

Elderly homeowners are being prevented from selling up and downsizing because of delays to bridge replacement works.

The Mayor of London should be allowed to cap the number of minicabs in the capital to tackle congestion and pollution fears, a new report says.

Granted, Havering led the way when it came to Britain leaving the EU but the borough divorcing itself from London is a whole different matter.

An adaptation of beloved children’s tale The Wind in the Willows, will be the main attraction of Queen’s Theatre community fun day celebrating 25 years of its youth theatre, QYouth. Picture: MARK SEPPLE

Romford residents came out in force to donate following the Grenfell Tower catastrophe. Picture: PA

Businesses, drivers and residents will have to endure more disruption after it was announced bridge replacement works could be delayed for up to two years.

After more than ten years in the making, today passengers stepped onto the state of the art Elizabeth line trains for the first time.

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