‘Havering’s Residents Associations’ (H.R.A) Launch!
Seven Residents’ Associations from across Havering are now working in partnership as part of the new ‘Havering’s Residents Associations‘. Although each association (including our own Upminster and Cranham Residents’ Association) continues to retain its separate identity, they will all increasingly work in partnership to promote the issues that matter to local residents and businesses.
Havering’s Residents Associations (H.R.A for short), have recognised public dissatisfaction in the direction of travel the current Conservative Administration are taking the borough.
Councillor Gillian Ford, the Chair of H.R.A said, “The frustration of not being listened to has led to resident disquiet. We cannot ignore their concerns and as their elected representatives we will continue to represent our residents, offering realistic, achievable options that work with our residents rather than against.”
Councillor Ray Morgan, Leader of the opposition on Havering Council, went on to say, “Harold Wood Residents’ Association are NOT part of H.R.A as they made the decision on the day of the last election to align with the Conservatives. They are as accountable as the Conservative Administration for the loss of 30-minute free car parking and the loss of open green space through housing development proposals.”
To read the H.R.A. launch leaflet see this LINK.