News from Herefordshire Council.
Stanhope, the developer of the £90 million Old Market in Hereford city centre, is delighted to confirm that the first shops will open their doors on Thursday 1 May.
The board of Hereford Futures Ltd met for the last time on 25 April 2014 having agreed that the company should be wound down. All of its obligations within the joint venture agreement for the development of Hereford have been taken over by Herefordshire Council.
Parents across England and Herefordshire have today (Wednesday 16 April) found out which school their child has been offered a reception class place in for September 2014.
This year, the streets will once more come alive during the three day Hereford May Fair festival, starting on Tuesday 6 May.
European elections will be taking place across the UK and Herefordshire on Thursday 22 May and Herefordshire Council is urging residents to check that they’re registered to vote.
Herefordshire Council has approved the transfer of land and buildings to Hereford & Worcester Fire and Rescue Service (HWFRS), subject to planning permission, to allow the development of a new fire station in Hereford.
This statement clarifies the paperwork we have received from Hereford Futures.
We currently waste 7 million tonnes of food and drink every year in the UK. The carbon associated with this avoidable food waste is equivalent to taking one in five cars off UK roads for a year. By reducing their food waste the average family with children could save almost £60 per month
There are changes planned for Ross Library and Customer Service Centre, which will provide an improved community hub for Ross-on-Wye.
Herefordshire Council is reviewing its estate management policy, to ensure its smallholdings estate is operating in the most efficient way and achieving the best return on its rural assets.