News from Herefordshire Council.
Herefordshire Council and Hereford Football Club met this week to continue negotiations towards an extended lease term. It is hoped that the extended lease will be in place before Christmas and will assure Hereford FC’s tenancy for a minimum of 10 years from the commencement date.
Herefordshire Council has launched a new initiative to reduce the amount of trade and commercial waste being disposed of illegally at domestic recycling centres.
Herefordshire Council’s Cabinet has today (Thursday 20 October) considered the annual fostering report for 2015 – 2016.
Cabinet today, Thursday 20 October has approved the next key step in the delivery of the South Wye Transport Package which will see the construction of the Southern Link Road. This will deliver the first phase of the Hereford Bypass.
A farmer has been banned from keeping sheep for life and ordered to pay £1,000 in costs and £5,000 in a compensation order. William (Billy) Edward Hyde, 62, pleaded guilty to nine animal welfare offences at Hereford Magistrates court on Friday.
Cllr Brian Wilcox, Chairman of Herefordshire Council is hosting a charity concert of diverse styles with a night of music from the Hereford Police Male choir and the Hereford Soul choir, to raise money for the Chairman’s Charity which this year is supporting the work of The Haven. The concert takes place at Hereford's Shirehall on Saturday, October 22.
Installation of credit and debit card readers with contactless payment has started at Herefordshire Council car parks in Hereford.
Herefordshire Council’s Cabinet today approved the recommendations provided by Fisher German to undertake a structured disposal of the council’s smallholding estate.
Today at Cabinet, Herefordshire councillors voted to maintain libraries across the county. Within a tough financial climate Herefordshire Council has bucked against the national trend and has agreed to continue with its library network across the county.
After four weeks of consultation in several locations in South Wye, the South Wye Active Travel Measures Consultation exhibition will spend its last two weeks at the Hereford Leisure Pool where it will stay until the consultation ends on Tuesday 25 October.