Newham

Our performance

Find out how we are working hard to provide the best services for you.

Looked after children: Independent Reviewing Service report

Every child that we look after must have a care plan. This plan sets out how we will bring up the child and meet the child's day to day needs.

Every child we look after is given an Independent Reviewing Officer (IRO). The IRO makes sure that the care plan fully meets the child's needs and we carry out our legal responsibilities.

This report gives a summary of work that the Independent Reviewing Officer service has completed in Newham between 1 April 2014 and 31 March 2015.
The Independent Reviewing Service for Children Looked After Annual Report 2014/15 (Word)

 

Local Account for Adult Social Care

The Local Account is the new way for us to tell you what we have done to support adults whose circumstances make them vulnerable. It also tells you how well we have done it, where we need to do better and what we are planning to do to improve things.
 
 

London Permit Scheme for road works and street works

The London Permit Scheme was set up in 2010 to reduce the amount of disruption to the road network across London.

Through the scheme London boroughs can work together to create common ways of dealing with road works and street works applications by local councils, utility companies and third party contractors.

Each year we will publish a report to show how we have performed and what has been done to reduce the amount of:
  • time needed for road works
  • disruption to the London road network.
Download the first year London Permit Scheme report for the second phase of London local authorities (PDF)
 
 

Parking and traffic enforcement

Our annual report on parking and traffic enforcement sets out some key facts and figures about the service.
 
 

School admissions

Every year we have to report to the schools adjudicator on how we meet the rules on school admissions. Here is our report for the school year 2015/16.

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