Waltham Forest Council’s Cabinet has committed to introducing another selective licensing scheme, to come into effect on 1 April 2020.
Leader writes to Secretary of State for Education to request more funding for Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND) education and support
Waltham Forest athletes scooped the Most Improved Borough award at the 2019 London Youth Games.
Cllr Ahsan Khan, Cabinet Member for Community Safety and Voluntary Sector, has made the following statement following the shooting in Leyton on Sunday morning:
“It is with heavy hearts that we see another person has lost their life in a senseless shooting incident in Leyton this weekend. Another family and friendship group has been devastated by this needless violence – this cannot go on. Our thoughts are with them at this difficult time.
In the current hot spell, please help our young trees establish by watering them.
Waltham Forest tree service waters the newly planted trees - but any extra help we can give them is always welcome.
Each tree is planned to be watered every two weeks between May and September inclusive and more if it’s needed, but the current weather conditions are hard on young trees and extra help to establish them is a good way to get involved in making our borough even greener.
Events taking place in the borough to mark Pride in London 2019
Food safety inspectors have closed three Waltham Forest food businesses in June after they discovered unsafe practices that could have endangered the health of consumers.
Waltham Forest Trading Standards seized 11,200 various branded cigarettes and 1.68kg various branded rolling tobacco from Leyton shop
Waltham Forest Council and the England & Wales Cricket Board celebrated the opening of Leyton Cricket Hub on Wednesday 26 June.
Twenty-one arrested in Waltham Forest drugs raids to tackle youth violence.