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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 Social Care Academy (HSCA) Providers training feedback - 2023/2024

    Please complete following attendance at any training event or after undertaking any development or learning event More
    Closes 31 March 2024
  • Havering Social Care Academy (HSCA) Foster Carers Reflective Learning Log - 2023/2024

    Please complete following attendance at any training event or after undertaking any development or learning event provided to you by London Borough of Havering. More
    Closes 31 March 2024
  • Havering Council Registration Services Feedback Survey

    Havering Registration Service would appreciate you taking the time to give us feedback about the service you have recently received from us. We are sorry that we are unable to respond to individual feedback or complaints using this service. Please email to make an enquiry. Please click here to Make a Complaint . Please continue if you wish to give us feedback on a service we have recently provided. You can choose to give us feedback just on a... More
    Closes 31 January 2024
  • Local Heritage List Nominations

    We previously asked you for input into our Local Heritage List Criteria. Now we want to hear from you about what you think should be included on the Local Heritage List. Havering’s Local Heritage List helps our communities and the local planning authority to identify heritage assets (for example, buildings, monuments, sites and landscapes) that are much loved and a distinctive part of our local historic environment. It provides a comprehensive list of the location... More
    Closes 21 December 2023
  • Housing Allocations Scheme 2023

    Summary and purpose We are reviewing Havering’s Housing Allocations Scheme and need your help. Social housing is provided by social landlords – generally, local authorities or housing associations. Demand for social housing in Havering significantly exceeds the number of properties available. In the financial year 2022/23, only two in every 10 households on the housing register had a realistic prospect of securing social housing. The Allocations... More
    Closes 30 November 2023
  • Havering Combating Substance Misuse Strategy

    Havering Council is seeking feedback on its proposed Combating Substance Misuse Strategy 2023-2028 (also available for download from the 'Useful Documents' section at the foot of this page, along with an executive summary) and invites you to fill out the questionnaire. The strategy was developed by the Havering Combating Drugs Partnership, which is a multidisciplinary team of key partners including the Council, NHS and Police. The strategy was informed by an earlier comprehensive needs... More
    Closes 29 October 2023
  • London Parking and Traffic

    London Councils is asking for your thoughts on the number of parking and traffic penalty charges issued on roads controlled by London Boroughs, including Havering Council. London Councils’ Transport and Environment Committee is responsible for setting parking, bus lane and moving traffic penalty charges on borough roads. Penalty Charge Notices (PCNs) are issued when motorists do not follow parking, bus lane and moving traffic regulations. Not following the... More
    Closes 23 October 2023
  • Beam Park Parking Review

    Following significant development in the local area, the Council is keen to hear the views of residents in regards to the current parking situation in your road and any issues you may be experiencing. We are aware that some roads are experiencing long term, non-residential parking and therefore one of the measures being considered is a ‘residents only parking scheme’. This would prioritise parking for residents during certain hours. Residents are also asked... More
    Closes 20 October 2023
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