News from Herefordshire Council.
Herefordshire Council is backing a campaign to get half a million people out and about cleaning up their local communities throughout March 2017.
Widemarsh Street will be subject to night-time closures for re-surfacing works from Monday 6 March until Friday 10 March inclusive. The closures will commence at 7pm and will remain in place until 7am for five consecutive nights. Access to frontages will be maintained.
Herefordshire Council will implement changes to some Hereford city centre car parks on Monday 27 February to enable greater flexibility for residents, commuters and visitors to the city.
His Royal Highness, the Duke of Gloucester will be in the county on Friday 17 February to visit local organisations and businesses in the Ledbury area.
Ross Library and Customer Services, in partnership with the Department for Work and Pensions, is hosting the first options and choices open morning on Wednesday 22 February.
Organisations from across Herefordshire are coming together to tackle fuel poverty with a special event as part of the national Warm Homes campaign.
A local rogue trader has been sentenced to four years imprisonment, in a case taken by Herefordshire Council’s environmental health and trading standards service.
‘The First Shell’ exhibition has extended its run until Friday 24 February 2017 due to popular demand.
Alun Griffiths (Construction) Ltd continues to progress the construction of the City Link Road and the road remains on schedule to open later this year.
Herefordshire Council has been awarded a £1.5 million share of the £60 million Sustainable Travel Access Fund awarded by central government.