News from Herefordshire Council.
The condition of the fire damaged buildings in High Town, Hereford was considered by full Council on Friday 18 July. It has now been decided that enforcement action will commence against the owner of the properties in the form of a Section 215 Notice.
If you’re aiming to round off a sensational summer with a barbecue this weekend, the Food Standards Agency (FSA) has served up some advice to help make it a sizzling and safe success.
Today around two thousand students across Herefordshire have received their GCSE exam results. Provisional figures show that young people have had increased success in obtaining 5 A* - C GCSE (or equivalent) including English and mathematics, especially as the national rate has declined slightly.
After seven months work by Balfour Beatty Living Places (BBLP) and their contractors, Ruckhall Bridge will re-open to traffic on 1 September 2014.
Herefordshire is shaping up for the most action packed August Bank Holiday weekend ever with several events happening all over the county. The most notable being the Flavours of Herefordshire Festival and the official opening of Old Market
Teachers and teaching assistants will be allowed in their classrooms from 28 August to prepare for the new school term.
More affordable homes are to be made available to Herefordshire people thanks to Housing Associations in Herefordshire being awarded approximately £2.5 million to develop a further 143 affordable homes across the county.
Six young people from Hereford have successfully completed the Get into Highways Maintenance programme run by Balfour Beatty Living Places (BBLP) in partnership with youth charity The Prince’s Trust.
Whitecross Road will be resurfaced from the entrance to Homer Street to the entrance to Plough Lane as part of a £40 million investment in Herefordshire’s road network over the coming year.
The way we all register to vote is changing.