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Public Access website temporarily unavailable today Essential maintenance work will take place on the Public Access website today, Thursday 21 June, until 6pm Saturday 23 JuneDuring this time you will not be able to search for or comment on current planning, building control or licensing applications. We apologise for the inconvenience.​

If you need copies of planning documents during this downtime email the duty planning officer duty.officer@newham.gov.uk

Social media

With so much going on in the borough Twitter and Facebook are a great way to keep up to date with Newham information, events and last minute offers.
If you wish to report a problem in the borough or apply for a council service, please continue to do so online through My Newham or call us.

Follow us on Twitter

Twitter is a great way to keep up to date and find out about everything you are interested in. Whether you use Twitter on a smartphone or at a computer you can get real-time information about what's happening in the world.
 
If you are new to Twitter, don't worry, it's easy to get started and you don't have to Tweet, you can just follow others to get speedy messages.
 

Our Twitter sites

Follow @NewhamLondon for news, service updates, events and information from Newham London.
 
Follow @ym_newham for news and updates from the Young Mayor of Newham.
 
 

Like us on Facebook

As well as keeping up to date with friends and family you can also receive updates from Newham Council on Facebook.

Like our Facebook page to receive instant updates on council services, news. You can also find out about the events we are putting on through our Newham Events Facebook page.
 
If you are already logged into Facebook visit our Facebook page and click on 'Like' to get updates from Newham Council.
 
 

Watch us on YouTube

If you've enjoyed coming along to our events, why not relive the experience by browsing through our archive of short films on our YouTube channel.

You can also watch exclusive interviews, find out about some of our campaigns and watch our timelapse video that captures the incredible development of the Olympic Park in just 107 seconds.
 
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