Local News

Julia Lopez MP: Travellers at the Morris Dancer pub

"Following receipt of constituents’ emails about the arrival of a group of travellers at the former Morris Dancer pub, I contacted both the Chief Executive of Havering Council and the Borough Police Commander, Jason Gwillim, to ask what could be done to assuage residents’ concerns and to move the

Havering's trainee teachers

14 trainees of this year’s intake to become qualified teachers, through Havering Train2Teach, celebrated their graduation at a ceremony in Upminster today.

Thank You

With the 2018 Local Elections now over, we have the great pleasure to announce that throughout the eight Hornchurch and Upminster wards, voters elected four Conservative Councillors to represent them.

Monthly Update from Julia Lopez MP

It has been a productive summer recess, and I have been liaising with Havering Council, Government and local education leaders to see how we may boost the work already underway to improve secondary school standards in Hornchurch & Upminster and raise aspirations of children of all ages.

Refurbished Leisure centre reopens on the Hill

Conservative-run Havering Council works hard to invest and deliver better services for residents right across the Borough. A great example of this is the newly refurbished Central Park Leisure Centre in Harold Hill. 

Anti-Social Behaviour in Harold Wood and across the Borough

In the past few weeks, we have been contacted by several residents who are demanding more policing in the area due to an increase in anti-social behaviour, including moped crime. Especially near our parks (Paine's Brook, Kings Park playground and Harold Wood Park).

Zac in Hornchurch & Upminster

Zac Goldsmith visits Hornchurch and Upminster again to speak with local residents ans business owners.