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You may see more learner drivers on the streets of Redbridge after the Driving and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) has submitted a planning application to open a test centre in Chadwell Heath.

The jury is out on the spotlessness of Ilford town centre as a six-week deep clean has reached its completion.

A petition opposing the proposed closure of walk-in services at an Ilford polyclinic has gained more than 4,000 signatures and the unanimous backing of Redbridge Council.

Letters, contributions and comments sent in from Recorder readers this week.

A total of 703 affordable homes weren’t built when they should have been, a report has shown.

A mother-of-five is pleading with Redbridge Council to find her a permanent home saying an “angry alpha rat” is picking fights with her children.

A Clayhall shop employee has been fined for selling counterfeit vodka to customers who believed they were buying well-known, branded spirits.

The location for the first adult playground in Redbridge had been decided.

Letters, contributions and comments sent in from Recorder readers this week.

My Ilford North constituents will be pleased to know that burglars who made their lives a misery earlier this year have received prison sentences totalling almost 21 years.

Five teenagers who formed a carjacking cartel and burgled 49 homes across Redbridge, Havering and Barking and Dagenham have been jailed for a combined total of 20 years and four months.

A security guard used an ‘aggressively barking’ German Sheperd dog to wake up and kick out rough sleepers from Redbridge Council’s car park, a horrified commuter has claimed.

Exchange Ilford is a shopping centre on a mission to make it a more welcoming and accessible place to the people of Redbridge.

Redbridge Council is dividing allotment spaces in half to meet demand after residents have to wait a decade in some parts of the borough to acquire one.

A £7million cultural quarter will be built in Ilford after Redbridge Council voted it through at a cabinet meeting.

Stop! Do not stub out your cigarettes out in it - the new metal box in Valentines Park is actually a water fountain.

The Cauliflower pub has not reopened since a fire in July.

The mother of a disabled woman is delighted after a changing places toilet has been installed in Ilford.

If you were given £4million pounds to rejuvenate Ilford town centre, what would you spend it on?

An operation to target people illegally dropping “massage cards” has launched in Ilford town centre.

Letters, contributions and comments sent in from Recorder readers this week.

Landlords are being called on to get clued-up about a slew of new policies which will see the council issue severe penalties for housing offences.

The Mayor of London has proposed to reduce the speed limit of the A12 in Gants Hill.

Almost £34m of Redbridge Council’s pension fund is indirectly invested in companies involved with fracking, new data reveals.

Redbridge Council is reverting to Wild West tactics in the fight against fly-tipping.

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