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What you need to know about Romford

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Romford is the largest town in East London and belongs to the London Borough of Havering. Traditionally a market town, it still houses Romford Market and Romford Shopping Hall, and boasts one of the largest commercial retail, entertainment, and leisure districts in London. It includes the popular suburban neighbourhoods of Collier Row, Harold Hill, Rise Park and Rush Green, and has recently become a popular buying location, with the most desirable postcode belonging to the affluent Gidea Park area. Due to a cash injection of £35,000,000 from the Greater London Authority and with new housing developments and a Crossrail station in the pipeline, recycling and waste disposal facilities in Romford will need to keep up with growing demand from residents and retailers in the newly regenerated town centre over the coming months.

  • Population Size 960,100
  • Active Businesses 1,422
  • Waste Collected (tonnes)402,614
  • Tonnes of Waste Recycled or Reused 155,248

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