Local News

Havering Council: Service Disruption

You can find details of any confirmed changes to Council services, or opening hours, as a consequence of the COVID-19 pandemic on the regularly updated, service disruption page on the Council's website.

Orange Recycling Bags

The latest information from Havering Council and our recycling bags

Deliveries of orange sacks to households for recycling will continue, subject to staff availability.

Coronavirus Helpline: Havering Council

If you, or someone you know, have concerns around care, urgent issues around health and wellbeing or lack of access to supplies including food and medicine please call Havering Council on their helpline: 

0800 368 5201

Road Resurfacing: Ernest Road

Conservative Councillors promised £40 million to road repairs over the next three years. So far, we have seen a number of roads in our Constituency benefit from this fund, including North Street, Hornchurch, Great Nelmes Chase, Emerson Park and Station Road, Upminster amongst many others. 

Focusing on our local Air Quality

Conservative-led Havering Council recently held two anti-idling action days.

Information was given out to passers-by about the damaging effect that idling engines have on the quality of air we breathe.

Westland Avenue Road Repairs

Conservative Councillors promised £40 million to road repairs over the next three years. So far, we have seen a number of roads in our Constituency benefit from this fund, including North Street, Hornchurch, Great Nelmes Chase, Emerson Park and Station Road, Upminster amongst many others. 

Congratulations to the Queen's Theatre

Hornchurch & Upminster Conservatives offer our huge congratulations to the Queen's Theatre on winning the London Theatre of the Year  Award,  Cllr Bob Perry states that the Queens Theatre is Hornchurch’s jewel in the crown and we could not be more proud of them.