News from Herefordshire Council.
Herefordshire Council today announced that it is exploring the possibility to become a non-constituent member of the West Midlands Combined Authority group. The West Midlands Combined Authority (WMCA) is a group of twelve local authorities and three Local Enterprise Partnerships working together to devolve powers for economic development from Whitehall to the West Midlands.
If you use libraries or customer service centres in Herefordshire? then we need your help. Herefordshire residents are being asked their views on libraries and customer services to help shape how they will operation in the future.
The results of the EU Referendum have been verified and the results for Herefordshire are:
Balfour Beatty Living Places, on behalf of Herefordshire Council, are due to start remedial and investigation works on Widemarsh Street through to Broad Street (up to the East Street/West Street junction). These works are necessary in advance of further refurbishment works planned for the High Town area.
On Thursday 30 June, at the second in a series of events organised through the Herefordshire Business Continuity Forum, a specialist panel of speakers will identify how businesses can increase their resilience against disasters.
The Lord-Lieutenant, Lady Darnley, The Chairman of Herefordshire Council and senior figures from all three armed services were present at the ceremony at the Shirehall in Hereford on Monday, as well as Dr Mike Seeley, Colonel with the Royal Army Medical Corp/Army Medical Services representing the Wye Valley NHS Trust
The chairman of Herefordshire Council, Brian Wilcox, completed his charity swim, as part of the Queens birthday celebrations this weekend, whilst raising money for local cancer charity The Haven in Hereford.
Cabinet has today approved plans to tender for a partner developer to assist in the delivery of ambitious housing plans for the county.
Plans to progress the Hereford Bypass were approved at a meeting of Herefordshire Council’s cabinet today.
Herefordshire Council today confirmed that the independent audit into the figures on the Hereford city link road spend, within the Medium Term Financial Strategy, is complete.