We offer a free service to remove large or bulky household waste items.
Been busy in the garden? Don't bin it - apply for a free green waste collection.
You can apply for resident, disabled resident, visitor and carer parking permits online.
All private landlords in Newham must licence their properties.
All online communication is sent over a secure connection so that your personal
and payment details remain safe.
Surveys and consultations we are currently doing that you can take part in.
We want to hear your views on the services we provide and how we prioritise them.
How we make sure that our decisions are being made in your best interests.
You can voice your concerns and issues with us by speaking at council meetings.
Make a payment, check your balance and see your statements.
A quick and easy way to pay your Parking Penalty Charge.
A quick and easy way to pay your Fixed Penalty Notice.
Report rubbish that has been left on the public highway.
Let us know if your rubbish collection has been missed.
Report an abandoned or untaxed vehicle.
If you are experiencing trouble with noise, let us know.
Find out about our revised opening times, service changes, events and activities during the festive period.
If you have rubbish in your front garden without a valid bulky waste collection number, you could receive a £110 penalty notice.
We are extending our public consultation on London City Airport planning applications to midday on 18 December 2013.
Get free, impartial and confidential debt advice at East Ham Customer Service Centre on 12 December and 16 January.
If you registered with the Big London Energy Switch scheme, you will soon find out if you could save money by switching your energy provider.
Building a resilient community
Refurbishment at East Ham Leisure Centre on way
Tribute to Nelson Mandela
Music matters in Newham
Newham Tea Dance
Run for Fun - every Monday
Stratford Christmas Market
Jonathan Bennett is the directly elected Young Mayor of Newham for 2013 - 2014.
The Newham Mag is published fortnightly and delivered to every home in the borough.
The London 2012 Games may be over, but the legacy will live on in Newham.
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