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Emerson Park Safer Neighbourhood Team Meetings

21 February 2020

 

Your dedicated Safer Neighbourhoods team is here to make a difference in your community. If you have concerns about day-to-day crime, disorder issues or need crime prevention advice, please attend one of our ward surgeries or contact them on 02087212512

Saturday 4th  March .  3pm  Tyle Green Pond.

Wednesday 18th March . 6pm Hornchurch Library

Thursday 2nd April  18.00 hours. Outside  Hornchurch Police Station

Tuesday 14th April  11am    Cuppa with a Copper in Costa 156 High Street Hornchurch.

Sunday 26th April 12.noon.  Cuppa with a Copper in Costa 156 High Street Hornchurch.

 

Planning Applications for March 2020

6 February 2020

The Grove, Prospect Road:  Since 2005, there have been several applications for increasing numbers of permanent sites. The latest application has been submitted for Permanent use of the site for continued occupation by extended family for 5 mobile homes and 5 touring caravans.  RR called it in a long time ago but, at the time of writing, there has been no decision.  (The application was originally received by the Council on 15/9/17.) Read More »

EPAGRA JANUARY COMMITTEE MEETING CANCELLED

23 December 2019

 

Due to the number of committee members who are unable to attend the meeting on January 2nd 2020

the chairman has decided to cancel that  meeting.

Therefor the next meeting will be on Thursday 6th February 2020 at 8 pm

POLICE UPDATE

1 December 2019

 

Message sent on behalf of Chief Inspector Butterfield 

Following the incident at London Bridge on Friday afternoon (29.11.19) we are making contact to keep you updated about what this means for local communities and local policing.

Communities will be aware the London Bridge incident is being treated as a terrorist incident. This will understandably shock and frighten people.

In order to reassure people going about their usual business we are focusing our patrols in areas where we anticipate heavy footfall; these include our transport hubs, town centres & shopping malls.

We have increased the number of officers on Christmas events this weekend, and aim to provide visible and approachable policing to reassure people living in and visiting this part of London.

As always, we ask that our communities remain vigilant and report any concerns they have to police. If you see something that doesn’t seem right, trust your instincts and ACT by reporting to police, in confidence, at www.gov.uk/ACT.

If you or your community groups are further concerned about the impact of the events in central London please contact myself, your Neighbourhood Inspector or Ward Sergeant.

Report suspicious activity, and report all incidents of hate crime to police.

In an emergency always dial 999.

Lisa Butterfield

Chief Inspector, Neighbourhoods and Partnership East Area (EA) BCU

Tel 01708 779190 (779190)
email [email protected]

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County Park Estate Residents.

21 September 2019

It has come to the attention of local police officers that some residents are not reporting crimes correctly and through the appropriate channels that will ensure they get the best police service that can be offered.  It is imperative that in an emergency you should call 999, for example when the suspect is on scene, or has recently left.  In cases where it is not an emergency, for example for something that happened a few hours ago, a couple days ago etc., please call 101, alternatively this can be done online using the Met Police website, or by going to your nearest police station, Romford.

The ward mobile phone, 0208 721 2512, should not be used to report emergencies or crimes, it can be used as a last resort, or if you would like a home visit, crime prevention, or things along those lines.

Should you have any queries please don’t hesitate to call PC ED ZOLTAN on 0208 721 2512. Or email [email protected]

 

Regards

PC 2176EA ZOLTAN

 

Over 50s Forum

2 July 2019

Dangerous potholes in Earnest Road

8 March 2019

Following complaints from our members at a previous  EPAGRA meeting to Councillor Ramsey he agreed to investigate the matter further and report back to us.

After raising the matter with the appropriate department  Councillor Ramsey reported that with regards to the inspection raised concerning the condition of Ernest Road, he has  been informed by the investigating officer that the road has been inspected, and the defects meeting the councils  actionable level have been picked up, with orders for a temporary repair raised as there are plans to have this road patched.  

The Council  are currently awaiting a date from the contractor as to when the works will take place. The works will be from Nelmes Road to Parkstone Avenue.

Thank you Councillor Ramsey for a speedy response.

 

BEWARE MEN POSING AS POLICE OFFICERS

7 March 2019

 

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Havering Over 50s Forum

13 February 2019

 

 

HAVERING OVER 50S FORUM

Last year Marion and myself decided to join a couple of local groups and find out what went on at their meetings. One we had heard of was called Havering over 50s Forum.

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Local Pilates Class at 3BX Gym Campion School

4 February 2019

There is a new Pilates Class Started at Campion School.

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