News from Herefordshire Council.
Herefordshire Council funding is now available to help local communities develop a range of activities and services for young people in Ledbury.
Herefordshire Council is asking local businesses to take part in an online business survey created by MetNet – a network promoting collaborative working among businesses that provide products or services within the environmental technologies sector.
No one expects to be affected by a major incident or disaster, but would you or your staff know what to do in the event of an emergency such as a flood or fire?
Herefordshire Council met with representatives of the owners of the fire damaged buildings in High Town, Hereford on Thursday 1 October.
The council is legally required to consult on any changes to school admissions numbers if a reduction is proposed by a school for which it is responsible.
To mark International Translation Day, Herefordshire Council’s innovative language service has announced its latest training course for interpreters.
The long awaited report from the Local Plan inspector has concluded that the plan is sound and forms the basis for future planning in the county.
We have received a number of questions relating to fracking after the government issued guidance, advice and a consultation on the matter.
Hereford retained its prestigious gold medal in this year’s Britain in Bloom competition supported by green-fingered staff from Balfour Beatty Living Places (BBLP).
Herefordshire residents looking for affordable housing are being encouraged to come to the county’s first housing fair next month.