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  • Capital Projects Satisfaction Survey

    This survey is to assess the satisfaction of our residents with the Planned Works that we deliver, and the impact of the investment in their homes and estates. We use the information to learn from the experience of residents and to improve our services, and the way that we deliver them in future. You are receiving this survey because your home, your block or your estate has recently benefited from some major work and we would like your feedback on how that affected you. More
    Closes 31 March 2027
  • Private Sector Housing Satisfaction Survey

    Following a homeless assessment, the London Borough of Havering has provided you with temporary accommodation using a Private Sector Leased (PSL) property. The Temporary Accommodation Team are responsible for the management of your property and your tenancy. We want you to be happy in your home and feel that you have been appropriately supported to maintain your tenancy. So that we can improve services to families and individuals living in PSL properties we are... More
    Closes 31 December 2025
  • Temporary Accommodation Satisfaction Survey

    The Council provide families and individuals temporary accommodation following acceptance of their homeless application and assessment. It is the Homeless Placement and Move-On Teams responsibility to let empty properties to the suitable applicants. We work alongside other teams in Havering to provide people with all types of temporary accommodation. This means we work with a diverse group of people with varying housing and support needs. We understand that moving home is a stressful... More
    Closes 31 December 2025
  • Havering Open Spaces Byelaws Consultation

    The Council is responsible for public parks, open spaces, and gardens in the Borough. On the whole, the way people behave in these places is currently covered by byelaws, which aim to ensure that everyone is able to use the spaces and without causing any problems for other users. The Council’s Byelaws were last updated in 1983, but as they were based on the Victorian model we need to change them to make them more up-to-date and in keeping with how our more modern park... More
    Closes 31 July 2023
  • Community Chest Activity Information (To be completed at the end of the project)

    The questions are designed to capture overall activity data to enable the monitoring and evaluation of VCFSEs in receipt of a Community Chest grant. This information will respresent all activity undertaken through the agreed period of time covered by the Community Chest Grant. More
    Closes 14 July 2023
  • Havering Community Safety Residents' Survey

    The Havering Community Safety Partnership has launched its survey on crime and disorder, to find out how residents feel about different types of crime across the borough. The survey will help to shape the work of the partnership which is made up of staff from Havering Council, the Metropolitan Police, London Fire Brigade, Probation services, Health services, and other organisations. More
    Closes 23 June 2023
  • Havering Characterisation Study

    Tell us what you love about your neighbourhood This Characterisation Study for Havering is part of the refresh for our Local Plan, which was adopted in 2021 and now needs updating, as required by the planning inspectorate. In the survey, we will ask you your views on the areas where you live or work. If you are studying, then also please tell us about the area where you study. You can find a link to our Local Plan at the bottom of this page, or please click ... More
    Closed 19 May 2023
  • Children & Young People Education Place Planning Plan Consultation

    Havering Council has now published its Draft Children & Young People Education Place Planning Plan, which can be viewed and downloaded at the bottom of this page under Related Documents . The Plan sets out how we will carry out our statutory duty to ensure that there are sufficient places of high quality, in the right places for all learners, while at the same time fulfilling our other responsibilities to raise education standards and be the champion of children and their families in... More
    Closed 15 May 2023
  • Phillida Road Parking Questionnaire

    Following reports made to us by residents, Havering Council would like to hear your views on a number of potential options to help towards resolving parking issues in your road. There are 3 options currently being considered which are: Option 1 – Introduction of double yellow lines on one side of Phillida Road. Excludes across dropped kerbs and small areas of raised kerb. This will prevent vehicles parking opposite each other and causing an... More
    Closed 5 May 2023
  • School Streets Consultations

    Please select the consultation you wish to respond to from the list below: More
    Closed 30 April 2023
  • Havering: SEND survey for Parents and Carers

    We know that we are not getting it right for every child or young person right now, but we are committed to improving services for children and young people with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND). We are submitting an application for a grant to improve the SEND service in late June. We want to put children and young people at the heart of this plan, and your views as a parent or carer are really important to make sure we're focussing on the right areas. Please... More
    Closed 14 April 2023
  • All Age Carers Strategy Engagement Survey

    Havering Council are currently refreshing our strategy for unpaid carers – which means we are mapping out of where we want to be in terms of supporting you over the next few years, and how we plan to get there. We are extending the scope from the previous strategy to include young carers, to make an All Age Carers Strategy, which will be created jointly in partnership with health colleagues in the Integrated Care System (ICS). A carer can be someone of... More
    Closed 24 March 2023
  • Proposed changes to Havering Council's Complaints Policy

    We are reviewing our Complaints Policy to improve how we deal with complaints as the council currently has several disparate, out of date policies. This can be a challenge to navigate and understand the correct and most efficient way to raise a concern.​ We found that most people who didn’t complain decided against it as they felt it wouldn’t make a difference. However, some also noted other reasons such as a lack of understanding of our complaints process and language or... More
    Closed 24 March 2023
  • Broadway Rainham - Proposed Waiting Restrictions

    Havering Council is looking for your views on a proposed raised zebra crossing traffic calming feature with associated tactile paving (to help visually impaired pedestrians) and zig-zag road markings in Broadway near to its junction with Upminster Road South, Rainham. The raised Zebra Crossing will have a maximum height of 75mm and will extend across the full width of the carriageway and will be constructed to comply with the Department of Transport specifications. ... More
    Closed 17 March 2023
  • Hall Lane and Station Road Collisions Programme - Proposed Safety Improvements

    Havering Council is looking for your views on a proposed safety improvement scheme for Hall Lane and Station Road in Upminster. It follows a feasibility study that was carried out and found that up to 1,500 vehicles per hour use Hall Lane by Bird Lane with speeds of up to 60 mph regularly recorded. Further analysis of collision records showed that there have been a total of 43 personal injury collisions (PICs) along Hall Lane and Station Road over a five-year period. Of these 43... More
    Closed 10 March 2023
  • Langtons Gardens & Fielders Field Project Survey

    Project Overview: The London Borough of Havering Council were granted funding from the Heritage Lottery Fund to restore and regenerate Langtons Gardens and Fielder’s Field. We would appreciate your views about the park and garden now that the project is nearly finished. Our consultation work began in 2012 Followed by restoration works in 2013- 2016 The programme of community engagement activities began June 2018 The project ends in June 2023 This project was... More
    Closed 24 February 2023
  • Princes Road Parking

    Havering Council has recently made changes to the parking bay markings along Princes Road, Romford. The existing markings have been designed to allow the flow of two-way traffic. We are seeking your views to determine whether or not households are happy with the existing layout or if a revised layout would be preferred, where parking bays are all marked within the road. This could see slower moving traffic and the loss of some parking spaces replaced with waiting... More
    Closed 17 February 2023
  • Lanterns, Balloons and Fireworks

    The release of sky lanterns is causing a major impact on the environment and a danger to human and animal life due to wild fires. Over 188 Councils have already banned the release of sky lanterns from their land, including neighbouring authorities such as Essex County Council and the London Borough of Redbridge. There are similar risks associated with the outdoor release of helium balloons, and unauthorised fireworks displays. We would like to hear your views on how Havering... More
    Closed 12 February 2023
  • Ardleigh Green Road Proposed Collisions Reduction Programme

    Havering Council is looking for your views on a proposed safety improvement scheme for Ardleigh Green Road in Hornchurch. It follows a feasibility study that was carried out and found that up to 1,500 vehicles per hour use Ardleigh Green Road with speeds of up to 50 mph regularly recorded. Further analysis of collision records showed that there have been a total of 16 personal injury collisions (PICs) along Ardleigh Green Road over a five-year period. Of these 16 PICs, one was... More
    Closed 10 February 2023
  • Station Lane Proposed Collisions Reduction Programme

    Havering Council is looking for your views on a proposed safety improvement scheme for Station Lane in Hornchurch. It follows a feasibility study that was carried out and found that up to 1,100 vehicles per hour use Station Lane with speeds of up to 50 mph regularly recorded. Further analysis of collision records showed that there have been a total of 26 personal injury collisions (PICs) along Station Lane over a five-year period. Of these 26 PICs, 6 were serious; 12 involved... More
    Closed 10 February 2023
  • Community Chest Havering

    The Havering Place based Partnership (a partnership of health, care and community an voluntary sector organisations) working closely with the London Borough of Havering is committed to supporting the Voluntary, Community, Faith and Social Enterprise Sector (VCFSE) to deliver services and activities that encourage engagement of residents to support their health & wellbeing. This is a pilot programme running for 2022/2023 to support small to medium-sized charities,... More
    Closed 10 January 2023
  • Havering Government Funding Petition

    Help Havering get its fair share of Government Funding Our funding from Government has been slashed to just £1.5m today from £70m back in 2010. This is due to an outdated and no longer fit for purpose Government funding formula. This formula means Havering Council Tax payers are having to pay more, to fund the increasing costs of helping vulnerable people, than in parts of London like Westminster and parts of Essex. We want the... More
    Closed 31 December 2022
  • HSAB & HSCP Domestic Abuse Conference 7th November 2022

    This is an online survey regarding our Conference in Safeguarding Week More
    Closed 31 December 2022
  • Havering Budget Consultation 2023

    Havering Council provides a wide range of services to our communities, spending over £170m every year. Some of those services, called statutory services, are ones which we must provide by law. Others, called discretionary services, are ones we can choose to provide. We know many of our services are highly valued by our residents but, as in recent years, we know we will have to make some difficult decisions during the setting of the budget to ensure resources continue... More
    Closed 30 December 2022
  • Proposed Speed Control Humps, Sunrise Avenue & Parkill Close

    Notice is hereby given that the Council of the London Borough of Havering, under statutory powers contained in the Highways Act 1980, have approved a proposal to construct the traffic calming feature specified in column 3 of the table in the Schedule to this Notice in the street specified in column 1 of that table and at the location specified in column 2 of that table. The speed control humps will have a maximum height of 75mm and will be constructed to comply with... More
    Closed 23 December 2022
  • SHOUT - we are listening

    We asked Havering pupils in academic year 6 upwards a series of questions based around the themes of our developing Children and Young People Plan. The survey was delivered through the ‘Mind of My Own’ app and website, and the questions were co-produced with children and young people. The themes covered were: Aspiration, Discrimination and Hate, the Cost of Living and how children and young people feel about the local area. More
    Closed 23 December 2022
  • Alternative Provision Free School Survey

    The London Borough of Havering has confirmed that there is a need for additional high quality Alternative Provision places within the borough, and have committed to support Koru Independent Academy with their new ‘All Through’ AP Free School application. More
    Closed 16 December 2022
  • Consultation on a proposal to establish a SEND unit at Bower Park Academy

    Bower Park Academy is consulting on a proposal to establish a specialist provision for 12 pupils with sensory impairments to be implemented in September 2023. The consultation period starts on Tuesday 15 November 2022 and will close on Tuesday 13 December 2022 . More
    Closed 13 December 2022
  • South Street/Eastern Road traffic signals – proposed cycle crossing facilities

    Havering Council is looking for your views on revised proposals to improve facilities for cycling, such as traffic signals and junctions in the South Street and Eastern Road area, Romford. The proposals have been made following a review of comments received in a previous consultation in December 2021. We would like to have your comments on these proposals. The revised plans are listed on the letter sent to residents; all relevant notices ,... More
    Closed 18 November 2022
  • Ferry Lane (South) and Coldharbour Lane – Proposed Raised Zebra Crossings and Parking Bays

    Havering Council is looking for your views on proposals to introduce raised zebra crossings, raised road surfaces and the introduction of free parking bays with limited parking between Monday and Saturday, 8.00am to 6.30pm along Ferry Lane South and Coldharbour Lane. The zebra crossings will provide pedestrian crossing facilities to connect the strategic pedestrian route from Rainham Marshes to River Thames. These proposals have been designed to improve pedestrian... More
    Closed 18 November 2022
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