Waltham Forest residents can look forward to a splash of colour next spring as the council gives away 100,000 bulbs for schools, residents, and neighbourhood groups to plant over the weekend of Friday 18 to Sunday 20 October – the Big Bulb Giveaway 2019.
The East London Credit Union (ELCU) has ceased operations as of Wednesday 11 September - savers, account holders, and loanees are protected by the Financial Services Compensation Scheme.
A Public Space Protection Order (PSPO) has been proposed to cover the whole of Chingford and the north of Waltham Forest, which will come into effect on Friday 1 November if agreed at Cabinet.
The council's enforcement teams keep consumers safe and work to keep neighbourhoods clean, green and safe for all to enjoy.
Shops are being urged to ‘ASSESS-CHALLENGE-CHECK’ the age of buyers on and offline, as part of an initiative to stop illegal, underage knife sales.
The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, has today announced that Walthamstow High Street will become the capital’s first-ever Night Time Enterprise Zone.
Two Waltham Forest private tenants have been able to claim back over £9,000 from an scrupulous landlord with the help of Waltham Forest Council and Safer Renting.
Waltham Forest Council’s food safety team work hard to keep shoppers and diners protected against food business owners who do not meet their legal requirements to ensure the safety of their customers.
Waltham Forest Council is holding a consultation event on Tuesday 27 August between 5 and 8pm at the Perky Blenders café in The Magistrates building on the Town Hall Campus.
I know I speak for all Waltham Forest when thanking our police officers for the bravery and courage they show day in day out to keep London safe.