Cllr Clare Coghill, Leader of Waltham Forest Council, has joined forces with over a third of upper tier council leaders across England to call for the new Government to increase public health funding.
The owners of a Leyton-based wholesalers have been given a £25,000 fine after Waltham Forest Council food safety officers found serious failings that could have endangered the health of customers.
Waltham Forest has submitted an application to government to continue its ground-breaking Selective Licensing Scheme for another five years.
Clare Coghill writes to new Secretary of State for Education Gavin Williamson MP to request more funding for Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND) education and support.
We would like to reassure residents and the wider community on fire safety at Northwood Tower, Walthamstow. It is a safe and secure building that provides a decent home for its residents.
Environmental services group Urbaser have agreed to offer extra support for their UK staff who are the parents of premature babies, after being encouraged to do so by Waltham Forest Council as part of a new contract for neighbourhood services in the borough.
There has been a 44 per cent reduction in the estimated value of the fossil fuel stocks held by the council in three years.
An outbreak of suspected food poisoning has led to the closure of Leyton-based restaurant Lagos Island.
Cllr Clare Coghill, Leader of the Council, has made a statement following this morning's fire at the Mall, Walthamstow.
Waltham Forest Council’s Cabinet has committed to introducing another selective licensing scheme, to come into effect on 1 April 2020.