News from Herefordshire Council.
Agreement to pursue the right to compulsorily purchase the fire damaged building at 16-18 High Town in Hereford was made at a meeting of the council’s cabinet today, Thursday 11 February.
Herefordshire Council has been allocated a one-off £4.4m central government grant for the next financial year (2016/17)...
Herefordshire Council’s Cabinet has today (Thursday 11 February) approved the council’s schools capital investment strategy.
Due to a computer error, parents waiting for an offer at a local secondary school may have received an e-mail today offering a place.
Communities are now being given the opportunity to have more participation in the shaping and on-going development of the area around them.
Shoppers visiting Hereford will be able to stay longer for less after 3pm in March 2016.
Herefordshire Council is delighted with the success of a recent open morning on 23 January, which saw 16 families discussing the possibility of becoming short breaks carers.
Herefordshire Council has today confirmed that the council tax levy for Herefordshire residents is to rise by 3.9% in 2016/17. The increase will help protect council services, including safeguarding vulnerable children, and will include an additional 2% (£1.7m) to support the significantly rising costs of adult social care for Herefordshire’s ageing population, which will be reviewed annually.
Do you know someone who is a cornerstone of your community but keeps out of the limelight? Someone who puts the community first?
The Film Friendly Partnership, an agreement to help encourage more film and television production to the county, has been signed by Herefordshire Council and Creative England to support more opportunities for Herefordshire to appear on both the big and small screen.