News from Herefordshire Council.
Balfour Beatty Living Places (BBLP) backed the Children's Commissioner's Takeover Day to give a group of young people the chance to be involved in how Herefordshire’s roads are maintained.
Walkers exploring the glorious countryside at Tedstone Delamere, near Bromyard, should be able to keep their feet dry thanks to the hard work of The Ramblers supported by Balfour Beatty Living Places (BBLP).
Statement update: 26 November 2014
Herefordshire businesses alongside Herefordshire Council have made a commitment to the armed forces Corporate Covenant.
A sophisticated system for hiding illicit tobacco has been uncovered by a quick thinking trading standards enforcement officer at Herefordshire Council.
Last year food waste cost the Herefordshire taxpayer around £1.35m in landfill tax payments. Research from the Waste Resources Action Programme also shows that an average family could save up to £700 a year by taking a couple of simple steps to reduce the food they throw away.
Lyn Romeo, England’s chief social worker for adults, is joining Herefordshire adult social care staff and making a key note speech in the county’s first adult social care conference next week.
Around 100 children from around the county enjoyed a day of eco workshops, learning and an awards ceremony which celebrated the excellent work they do through the Eco-Schools programme.
We can confirm that the Section 215 Notice pertaining to the Town and Country Planning Act 1990 was formally served on the owner of the fire damaged buildings in High Town, Hereford on Friday 24 October.
Herefordshire Council is delighted to have received six expressions of interest regarding development of the Buttermarket in Hereford.