What impact will Brexit have on the borough’s businesses? On staffing? And EU employees?

Tributes have been paid this morning to the politician who stood as a candidate for Ilford North in 1978, who died in May after a year-long battle with cancer.

From the NHS to Brexit, secondary school pupils are grilling councillors on issues defining their generation as part of Local Democracy Week.

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

Redbridge Council has revamped the format of monthly Local Forums – but the opposition warn the changes will be merely “cosmetic”.

An independent investigation into allegations of bullying and flouting planning regulations against a Redbridge Councillor cost more than £6,000, it has been revealed.

Redbridge Council’s transparency and openness has been called into question after it was revealed that a full report clearing a Labour councillor of misconduct will never be published.

A Labour Councillor accused of flouting planning regulations has been cleared by an independent investigation conducted on behalf of Redbridge Council.

The borough’s licensing vice-chairman – who is currently under investigation for allegedly asking a planning committee for political favours – blamed a “diary mix-up” for his absence at a meeting.

Redbridge’s Labour-run council has removed the sole opposition councillor from sitting on a committee tasked with scrutinising health services affecting east London boroughs.

Plans to change the constitution of the borough have been unveiled to streamline the planning process and minimise the chance of councillors falling asleep during meetings.

Q&A - My Redbridge

Friday, June 1, 2018

Labour councillor for Aldborough ward Debbie Kaur-Thiara is the new Mayor of Redbridge

Festival organisers have hit out at Redbridge council after reduced funding has forced them to relocate to a smaller site.

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

The Mayor of London Sadiq Khan called May 3’s local election “the most important in our lifetime” as he gave a speech to Labour activists and candidates in Barkingside today (April 26).

A green campaign group has urged parties battling for votes in the local elections to protect the borough’s parks.

An independent investigation has been launched after it was alleged that a Labour councillor flouted regulations in connection with a planning application in Hainault.

Bodgers could be turned into a 30-plus storey tower of flats with commercial units at the bottom after Redbridge Council confirmed it is in talks with developers about a mixed-use property on the site.

All Redbridge Council employees will get more than £19,000 for full-time work.

A campaign to create a national memorial in London for Sikh soldiers who fought during the two world wars has won the support of a Redbridge council leader and an MP.

Heartfelt tributes have poured in for a former mayor and spiritualist church president who died on January, 23, aged 90.


Are you an unpaid carer aged 25 or over? Are you interested in working towards getting into or back into work? Do you need practical help and support to get ready for this big step? If your answer is yes to at least two of these questions read on.

Struggling to find a buyer for your home in a slower market? We speak to Ilford property expert Nina Kaura from Portico about the Crossrail effect and why getting things right first time will get you the best price for your property.

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

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