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  • Planning Application to build 64 homes in Gooshays Gardens
    Planning Application to build 64 homes in Gooshays Gardens
    25th March 2019 by
    Details of a planning application to build 64 houses in Gooshays Garden in Harold Hill is published here in the planning application. The Harold Wood Councillors and the independent Councillor for Gooshays Ward have today sent in a letter of objection setting out our concerns which can...
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  • Lennox Childrens Cancer Fund
    Lennox Childrens Cancer Fund
    19th March 2019 by
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  • Proposed Installation of Mobile Phone Mast in Harold Wood
    Proposed Installation of Mobile Phone Mast in Harold Wood
    10th March 2019 by
    We have received the below communication in relation to the proposed installation of a EE Mobile Phone Mast Application close to Harold Wood Station. If you have any concerns then please contact one of your local Councillors. Pre-Planning Application Consultation – Proposed Installation of telecoms apparatus at...
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  • Fatal Stabbing in Harold Hill
    Fatal Stabbing in Harold Hill
    3rd March 2019 by
    On behalf of the residents of Harold Hill, Wood and Park, our heartfelt condolences and sympathies go out to the family and friends of the young teenage girl that was fatally stabbed in Amy’s Park in Harold Hill on Friday 1st March 2019. RIP...
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  • Harold Wood Station - Freedom of Information Request
    Harold Wood Station – Freedom of Information Request
    28th February 2019 by
    Please find attached a freedom of information request that a local resident obtained regarding questions around Harold Wood station Response FOI201900122...
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  • BT SCAMS
    BT SCAMS
    20th February 2019 by
    A resident has contacted us and forwarded the attached email indicating on of the latest BT scams which indicates that a phishing email has been sent. BT Scams (1)...
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  • Harold Wood Police Team Newsletter
    Harold Wood Police Team Newsletter
    20th February 2019 by
    Please find attached newsletter from our local Police Team January-february NEWSLETTER 2019 (1)...
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  • Be the sharpest tool in the shed: Know the planning rules
    Be the sharpest tool in the shed: Know the planning rules
    20th February 2019 by
    Residents thinking about having an outbuilding in their gardens, are advised to check out the regulations. http://www.legislation.gov.uk/uksi/2015/596/schedule/2/part/1/crossheading/class-e-buildings-etc-incidental-to-the-enjoyment-of-a-dwellinghouse/made Advice from Havering Council’s planning enforcement team say outbuildings must only be built for purposes that are in keeping with their existing properties, i.e to use as a TV, hobby, gym...
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  • Front Garden Driveways
    Front Garden Driveways
    20th January 2019 by
    Don’t let your front garden parking conversion cost you more Residents thinking of converting their grass or soft landscaped front garden areas into a hard surface area for parking, are advised to check on what consent is needed and what the restrictions are. https://www.planningportal.co.uk/info/200130/common_projects/44/patio_and_driveway There is also some...
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  • Crossrail Update for Harold Wood Station
    Crossrail Update for Harold Wood Station
    20th January 2019 by
    Despite many requests, we are still waiting for MTR Crossrail to provide an update on the opening of Harold Wood Station Ticket Hall. This ongoing saga just continues to run and run and we do not see when this will be completed. This is so frustrating for...
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  • Congratulations Redden Court School
    Congratulations Redden Court School
    17th January 2019 by
    Redden Court School, Harold Wood, has been awarded a national award for careers education and is the first in the borough and 1 of only 1,110 in the nation to have received or started to work towards it. Read their press release here. https://www.hwhpra.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2019/01/News-Release-Redden-Court-School-1.docx...
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  • Harold Wood Police Team Update
    Harold Wood Police Team Update
    17th January 2019 by
    Please find attached Jan 2019 newsletter https://www.hwhpra.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2019/01/January-NEWSLETTER-2019.pdf The Police Team are also holding a Street Briefing on Wednesday 30th January at Harold Wood Park in the car park area between 1530 hours and 1630 hours....
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  • Ardleigh Green Bridge - Update
    Ardleigh Green Bridge – Update
    27th November 2018 by
    Please find attached update with regards to the Ardleigh Green Bridge Replacement Works and road closures over christmas period. Ardleigh Green December works 2018...
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  • Xmas Float dates - December 2018
    Xmas Float dates – December 2018
    27th November 2018 by
    Please find attached the schedule of dates and areas where we will be visiting with our Father Xmas float.    ...
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  • Lower Thames Crossing's consultation
    Lower Thames Crossing’s consultation
    12th November 2018 by
    As you may be aware, the Lower Thames Crossing’s 10-week consultation has launched on 10 October and will close on 20 December. Our main run of consultation events in the London Borough of Havering will get going from tomorrow when we hold an awareness raising event at...
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  • Remembrance Day 2018
    Remembrance Day 2018
    11th November 2018 by
    Over 200 people attended the remembrance day service at the new Memorial outside Harold Wood Library. In attendance were local Councillors, The British legion – Harold Wood Branch, Hornchurch and Upminster Sea Cadets, St Peter’s Church, Major Purvez Bhadruddin and Corporal Dave Treslove, 4th Battalion Parachute Regiment....
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  • Harold Wood Remembrance Day Service at the New Memorial
    Harold Wood Remembrance Day Service at the New Memorial
    4th November 2018 by
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  • Harold Wood Running Club Charity Race
    Harold Wood Running Club Charity Race
    23rd October 2018 by
    We held our 3rd Annual 5 mile charity race on Sunday 7th October, it was a beautiful Autumn day and Sir Trevor Brooking started the race for us.  We had a field of 190 runners on the day and we received amazing feedback and we raised in total £4,000...
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  • Highway Defects Reported
    Highway Defects Reported
    21st October 2018 by
    Your local Councillors have been walking the streets with officers advising them of various defects and these have all been reported below. Highway defects   Rosslyn Avenue               : Junction with Squirrels Heath Road – cracked paving Squirrels Heath Road     : opposite 174 – c/way pothole Birkdale Avenue             ...
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  • Harold Wood Safer Neighbourhood Police Newsletter
    Harold Wood Safer Neighbourhood Police Newsletter
    15th October 2018 by
    Haroldwood News Letter – OCTOBER 2018...
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  • Funeral Arrangements - Bob Hale R.I.P
    Funeral Arrangements – Bob Hale R.I.P
    18th September 2018 by
    To anyone who knew Bob Hale.   The Funeral arrangements are as follows:   Thursday, October 4th At the Crematorium Upminster.   Time 1.20pm   Leaves House At 12.45.   Flowers or a Donation to the British Heart Foundation.   Dress as you wish....
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  • All Saints Players
    All Saints Players
    15th September 2018 by
    All Saints’ Players are looking for people to take on small speaking and non-speaking roles in their next pantomime, The Snow Queen, which will be performed on 17, 18 & 19 January 2019. If you’re aged 18 or over and have the urge to act, come along...
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  • Ardleigh Green Bridge Works
    Ardleigh Green Bridge Works
    17th August 2018 by
    Please see attached letter in relation to works being carried out at Ardleigh Green Bridge AGB August 2018 works final...
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  • Havering Budget consultation
    Havering Budget consultation
    29th July 2018 by
    Havering Council have launched their budget consultation with local residents. Funding for our Council budget comes from many sources such as Council Tax and grants from central government and each year the Council has to set a budget to decide how much to spend on services for...
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