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After years of campaigning Hornchurch Police Station will remain open!

The council launched its bid yesterday to create a construction site in Rainham for the Heathrow Airport expansion.

Havering Council is bidding to create a construction site for the Heathrow Airport expansion in Rainham.

A former Conservative mayor who allegedly sexually assaulted an ex-councillor said he was feeling “naughty” in a leaked email.

So, unsurprisingly, the plans for a huge housing development at Beam Park have gone to the Mayor of London’s Office for a decision.

Businesses in Romford could soon benefit from a scheme to revitalise the town centre’s economy, after councillors gave proposals the go ahead.

Havering Conservatives are promising to deliver low and stable council tax, invest at least £20m into the area’s roads and pavements and to protect the borough’s character, as part of the party’s election manifesto.

Havering councillors have decided to create a second planning committee to deal with large scale applications.

School engagement programmes and start-up training centres are some of the commitments a major development company has made, alongside a contract to create more than 3,000 new homes in Havering.

A major new joint venture will see 12 council estates regenerated to provide more than 3,000 new homes in the borough over the next 12 to 15 years.

The disparity of treatment between inner and outer London boroughs was one of the issues I pledged to raise with government when I first got elected in June.

After years of planning and work, the Sapphire Ice and Leisure centre finally opened its doors to the public this weekend, offering a range of activities for Romford residents.

Crowds gathered outside the Sapphire Ice and Leisure Centre to be the first in line to enter.

An eco-friendly community centre for residents of Havering opened to the public today.

Councillors will review the results of their budget consultation and a proposed increase in council tax at a cabinet meeting next week.

Havering Council has started to take legal action to challenge the police station closures which have been deemed “unlawful”.

Letters, contributions and comments sent in from Recorder readers this week.

A Havering Council debate about the demolition of a beloved period building saw councillors question how much information should be revealed to the public regarding planning inspector’s decisions.

The London Borough of Havering have for decades paid more for our services than inner London areas who have received much larger grants from central government, compared to outer London areas.

Havering Council has appointed a preferred bidder to deliver new regeneration projects aimed at rejuvenating the borough’s housing stock.

Social care was the main issue on the agenda when Havering MPs met with the new minister for local government earlier this week.

Havering’s councillors look set to brand Sadiq Khan’s increased housing targets for the borough “unacceptable, unachieveable and unsustainable” at a meeting later this month.

A long-serving councillor who has represented Hornchurch for almost 25 years has left his group and joined the Conservatives.

The leader of Havering Council is calling for a judicial review of the decision to close a swathe of the borough’s police buildings, branding a public consultation held on the proposals “unlawful”.

Havering Council has launched its budget consultation, in a bid to understand residents’ views on some of the savings proposals that would impact them.

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