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  • Hacton Drive Pedestrian Zone consultation

    How does a Pedestrian Zone work? A Pedestrian Zone scheme restricts motorised traffic to non-resident vehicles on the streets of the zone during the times of operation. A pedestrian zone is monitored by unattended cameras mounted on lamp columns or posts at the entry points of a zone. Vehicles seen entering the restricted area during the times of prohibition without a permit or not exempted will be issued a Penalty Charge Notice. Leaving the pedestrian... More
    Closed 5 February 2024
  • Community Chest Havering 2023/24

    The Havering Place based Partnership (a partnership of health, care and community and 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 2023/24 to support small to medium-sized charities,... More
    Closed 31 January 2024
  • Consultation on 2025/2026 admission arrangements for Crownfield Infant School

    Consultation on 2025/2026 admission arrangements for Community Infant, Junior and Primary schools The Local Authority are consulting on a proposed reduction to the Published Admission Number (PAN) at Crownfield Infant School from 120 to 90 due to falling pupil numbers. Dates The consultation runs between Friday 1 December 2023 and will finish on Friday 12 January 2024. More
    Closed 12 January 2024
  • Havering Road collision reduction programme

    We would like to hear your views on a proposed safety improvement scheme for Havering Road. It follows a feasibility study that was carried out and found that up to 1,300 vehicles per hour use Havering Road with speeds of up to 50 mph regularly recorded. Further analysis of collision records showed that there have been a total of thirty personal injury accidents (PIAs) recorded along Havering Road between Kiln Wood Lane and Collier Row Lane over a five-year period. Of these... More
    Closed 5 January 2024
  • Budget Consultation - Children and Young People Version

    This young people’s survey is the first time Havering has involved children and young people in a budget consultation! We’re delighted to be considering more voices in the decisions we make as a council. More
    Closed 1 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
    Closed 21 December 2023
  • Havering Budget Consultation 2024

    Havering Council provides a wide range of services to our communities, spending more than £180 million every year. The Council is facing a £31.2 million budget gap (before council tax) in the next year and we must find significant savings in order to set a balanced budget, which we must do by law each year. Even with the difficult proposals put forward in this consultation, the Council still has a budget deficit of £12 million. Havering is in this position as the... More
    Closed 18 December 2023
  • Bernwelle Avenue Area Parking Questionnaire

    Havering Council would like you to share your views regarding existing parking arrangements and any changes you would like considered in the above roads. A review has not taken place since the Council adopted these roads and it is aware that some residents may be experiencing issues, possibly due to the lack of waiting restrictions on junctions and bends. The Council wants to look into what measures could be put in place to try and resolve any issues and improve... More
    Closed 8 December 2023
  • Underused Car Park Redevelopment - Appropriation

    Havering Council is undertaking a consultation on its intention to appropriate (change the use of) the underused car parks at Dorrington Gardens, Keswick Gardens, Como Street and Angel Way, to facilitate development. The current proposals, at pre-application stage, seek to redevelop the car parks to deliver nearly 300 homes, including affordable homes for local people and commercial space for local businesses. Preparations are being made to submit the plans in... More
    Closed 4 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
    Closed 30 November 2023
  • Branfil Primary School - Proposed School Travel Measures CONSULTATION #2

    We are writing to inform you that we are carrying out a further consultation on proposed zebra crossings in Gaynes Park Road and the crossing in Cedar Avenue until Tuesday 21 November 2023. This is because the previous consultation included a question in error for which we apologise, this question may have influenced responses to other elements of the proposals. The two elements being consulted on going forward are; Zebra Crossing on Gaynes Park Road. ... More
    Closed 21 November 2023
  • Hacton Lane Collisions Reduction Scheme - Proposed Safety Improvements

    We would like to hear your views on a proposed safety improvement scheme for Hacton Lane, Hornchurch. This follows a feasibility study that was carried out and found that up to 1,400 vehicles per hour use Hacton Lane with speeds of up to 55 mph regularly recorded. Further analysis of collision records showed that there have been a total of 20 personal injury collisions (PICs) along Hacton Lane over a five-year period. Of these 20 PICs, one was fatal; five were serious; two... More
    Closed 17 November 2023
  • Home to School Transport Consultation

    Havering Council is launching this public consultation on the draft 2025/26 home to school transport policy. This consultation is necessary due to the changes in the statutory guidance related to home to school transport as issued by the Department for Education. There has also been a significant increase in the number of children with an Education, Health and Care Plan (EHCP) in recent years which has led to an increase in the demand for transport assistance. In addition, a... More
    Closed 17 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
    Closed 5 November 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
    Closed 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
    Closed 23 October 2023
  • North Road, Havering-Atte-Bower - Proposed Zebra Crossings and Bus Layby

    We want to hear your views on Havering Council’s proposals to introduce a zebra crossing in North Road, Havering- Atte-Bower. The zebra crossing will help to provide and improve safer crossing facilities for residents accessing Dame Tipping Primary School and other local amenities. A link to the public consultation letter and plans showing the location of the proposed crossings can be found at the bottom of this page. More
    Closed 3 October 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
    Closed 30 September 2023
  • Oasis Academy Pinewood – Proposed School Travel Measures

    We want to hear your views on proposals to install a Copenhagen-style crossing and remove footway parking in Carter Drive, Romford. The aim is to help increase the safety of the students and staff of Oasis Academy Pinewood, residents and vulnerable road users of Carter Drive. The Copenhagen-style crossing includes a raised platform that provides a clear separation between pedestrians and vehicles, making crossing the road safer. In addition, parking on the... More
    Closed 29 September 2023
  • The Mawney Foundation School – Proposed School Travel Measures

    We want to hear your views on proposals to install a new crossing, relocate a bus stop and improve pedestrian guard rails in Mawney Road, Romford. The aim is to increase safety for pupils and staff of Mawney Foundation School and residents. The crossing will help make it safer to get across a busy road and help reduce the risk of accidents. Guardrails will provide an additional safety measure, especially during school drop-off and pick-up hours when both footfall... More
    Closed 29 September 2023
  • Shepherds Hill Parking Questionnaire

    Following reports of obstructive and inconsiderate parking, Havering Council is proposing the introduction of double yellow lines on Shepherds Hill. Before progressing to a design stage, we would like to hear from residents of Shepherds Hill as to whether they would be supportive of ‘at any time’ waiting restrictions being introduced outside their properties. This will enable us to consider the extent of any proposed restrictions. Please note that we are... More
    Closed 15 September 2023
  • Community Connecting Day

    Local Area Coordination is coming to Romford! Would you like to get involved? More
    Closed 30 August 2023
  • Consultation on Proposal for an Extension of the existing Public Space Protection Order for Romford Town Centre

    On the 20 th September 2017 the Council made a decision to introduce a Public Space Protection Order (referred to as a ‘PSPO’) for Romford Town Centre. This was named the London Borough of Havering (Romford Town Centre) Public Space Protection Order No 1 of 2017. This replaced the previous Designated Public Place Order which controlled the consumption of alcohol within the Town Centre requiring individuals to surrender any open containers of alcohol to a Police Officer or Police... More
    Closed 20 August 2023
  • Havering Sexual Health Strategy Survey

    Improving your sexual and reproductive health is one of our key priorities. We would like to hear your views on the development of a 5-year strategy for residents in the whole of North East London. This survey will help to ensure that all our residents have the ability and freedom to make safe, informed choices about their sexual and reproductive health regardless of who they are and where they live. More
    Closed 15 August 2023
  • Local Heritage List Criteria

    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 of assets and what is significant about them. There are criteria to be met before being put forward for consideration. This is an important part of the... More
    Closed 10 August 2023
  • Harold Hill Chippenham Road Regeneration Phase 2

    Havering Council and Wates are developing Phase 2 of our ambitious plans to deliver new homes on Chippenham Road, as part of the Harold Hill regeneration masterplan. You can download the public consultation boards from the related links at the bottom of this page. You can also view them by selecting the following link - right click to open the boards in a new window. Harold Hill Regeneration - Public Consultation Boards More
    Closed 8 August 2023
  • HSCP Core Group Meeting survey

    In Havering, the Safeguarding Children Partnership wishes to see how Core Groups are working- please complete this anonymised survey to help us. Here is an explanation of Core Group meetings from the London Safeguarding Children procedures: “When a child protection conference decides that a child should be the subject of a child protection plan, a qualified local authority children's social worker must be appointed as the lead social worker to co-ordinate all aspects of the... More
    Closed 4 August 2023
  • School Street Feedback Surveys

    We want to hear your views on the school street scheme that has been operating in your area since September 2022. To do this, we are asking you to take part in a survey which will run from Friday 9 June to Friday 4 August. Your answers are confidential and will be used to help guide the Council on the future of this scheme. More
    Closed 4 August 2023
  • 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
    Closed 31 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
    Closed 23 June 2023
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