News from Herefordshire Council.
Updated: 20 October 2014
Following recent changes to the way affordable housing is allocated, the number of people registered to be rehoused across the county has reduced dramatically from over 5,000 to below 1,000.
Herefordshire Council in partnership with Balfour Beatty Living Places will replace the county’s 9,000 existing streetlights with energy saving LED lighting over the next twelve months.
A community cooperative in Leominster is making a difference to carbon reduction and to their pocket by investing in solar panels at the newly built Leominster Primary School.
Balfour Beatty Living Places will be resurfacing some of the best used roads in the city over the coming few weeks.
Today, 14 October 2014, the Care Quality Commission published a report into the quality of care at Wye Valley NHS Trust. The report can be viewed online.
Local lad nominated for the Andrew Lloyd Webber prestigious award.
Dormington and Mordiford Group Parish Council has led on a local affordable housing development, after finalising its parish plan in conjunction with the community in 2006.. The parish plan has set the agenda for the parish council for several challenging years.
Pupils from Colwall CE Primary School held an official opening ceremony on Friday 3 October to say thank you for their temporary new school.