Planning Committee approve application for 91 new homes in the heart of Walthamstow
On Saturday 13 and Sunday 14 July 2019, Walthamstow Garden Party returns to Lloyd Park for a sixth year running - a global festival made locally, celebrating and powered by the incredible creativity of Waltham Forest, the Mayor’s first ever London Borough of Culture.
The Leader of the Council Clare Coghill has made a statement on an incident in Leytonstone where one man died and another was injured after a car was deliberately driven into them.
Waltham Forest Council’s Violence Reduction Partnership will bring together agencies including the police, education, health, charities and the voluntary sector to do more to tackle violence in the borough.
We can still make a difference and tackle climate change if we take action now.
We are very sorry for any confusion caused this morning with regard to emails received about the European Parliament Elections due to be held on Thursday 23 May.
More than 500 residents, landlords and tenants have shared their views as part of a 12-week consultation across the borough and beyond on two proposed new private rented property licensing schemes.
Great news for fans of the outdoors – the council has secured over £70,000 of Pocket Parks Plus funding to create new pocket parks at locations across the borough.
Cllr Clare Coghill, Leader of Waltham Forest Council, said: “One year ago today we received the tragic news that Amaan Shakoor, who was just 16 years old, was murdered in front of his friends in cold blood outside a leisure centre in Walthamstow. A family lost a son, a community lost a member, and a young person lost their life.
Some of Waltham Forest's leading artists and creatives have donated some fantastic artworks to be auctioned off in support of the Mayor's charities.