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Residents’ Association of Emerson Park – News

December 2019

Rubbish Collection dates over Christmas and New Year

By |December 15th, 2019|Categories: News|

Havering Council have published the revised rubbish collection days over Christmas and the New Year. For further details (including how to report a missed collection) see their website. Christmas bank holiday revised collections for recycling (orange sacks), rubbish (black sacks) and clinical waste Normal collection date Revised collection date Tuesday 24 [...]

Blue Disabled Badge paper applications

By |December 13th, 2019|Categories: News|

Whilst the Blue Disabled Badge application and renewal processes are easiest if completed online via the Havering Council website, if you specifically want a paper application form sent to you for either, you can contact the Blue Badges Team on 01708 431 213 or e-mail bluebadges@havering.gov.uk . An alternative is to go to the PASC Centre [...]

Ongoing & New Planned Roadworks

By |December 13th, 2019|Categories: News|

For the latest updates on new and planned roadworks in the Emerson Park area visit www.havering.roadworks.org . Please note that until Friday 20 December the M25 will be closed anti-clockwise between Junction 28 (A12) and Junction 27 (M11) from 10pm until 5am each night. This is due to Highways England maintenance. Traffic will [...]

Are you receiving the ‘Living in Havering’ magazine?

By |December 11th, 2019|Categories: News|

Residents' Association councillors in our neighbouring areas in Cranham and Upminster have recently been contacted by a small number of residents who have either not been receiving copies of Havering Council's Living in Havering magazine or who have received multiple copies.  In one recent example, a resident had eight copies [...]

Council Tax Debt Collection – Residents’ Association of Emerson Park supports call for changes

By |December 11th, 2019|Categories: News|

Many people across the country occasionally find themselves unable to make a Council Tax payment on time, often due to circumstances outside of their control. Councils are bound by national regulations which states what course of action they must take to recover the money. After sending initial and reminder letters, [...]

Boundary Commission Review of Havering – Meeting 16 December

By |December 9th, 2019|Categories: News|

The Local Government Boundary Commission is responsible for conducting reviews of local authority arrangements. They are currently reviewing Havering's elected councillor numbers and ward boundaries. The London Borough of Havering has not been reviewed since 1999 and the Commission has therefore decided that it should be done in advance of the [...]

Christmas lights for charity at 6 Herbert Road

By |December 6th, 2019|Categories: News|

The Dobbins family have again produced a great display of Christmas lights at their home at 6 Herbert Road, Emerson Park. This year are collecting for King George and Queen’s Hospitals Charity Christmas Appeal, which raises funds for gifts for children in hospital over the festive period. Please give generously!

Havering Christmas Land – Harrow Lodge Park

By |December 2nd, 2019|Categories: News|

Havering Mind are holding a unique and spectacular attraction this year in Harrow Lodge Park – the Havering Christmas Land! The attraction is a Christmas lights walkway inside the ‘Secret Garden’ next to Harrow Lodge House (situated adjacent to the existing sports centre) and will contain light-up decorations and thousands of lights. [...]

November 2019

Campion School collecting for Hope4Havering

By |November 27th, 2019|Categories: News|

From now until Wednesday 11 December, Campion School in Wingletye Lane are collecting donations of food, clothes, toiletries and bedding for local homeless charity Hope4Havering. Just bring items into reception during the school day. For further information on Hope4Havering see www.hope4havering.org .

WaterSure scheme

By |November 26th, 2019|Categories: News|

Some people receiving benefits may be eligible to have their water bills capped if they already have a water meter fitted in their home, under the WaterSure scheme. People who qualify for WaterSure, do not pay more than the average household bill for their water company, even if they use [...]