News from Herefordshire Council.
This morning, the Government lifted the intervention notice that had been in place covering Herefordshire Council’s child protection arrangements.
Herefordshire Council contractor Balfour Beatty Living Places (BBLP) is getting ready for Spring by taking delivery of a fleet of new mowers and promises to deliver twice the number of grass cuts than last year but at the same cost.
The construction of the City Link Road is one step closer as Balfour Beatty Living Places begins the demolition of buildings on the route of the new road.
Artistic youngsters in a picturesque Herefordshire village have been brushing up on their art and design skills to celebrate the arrival of faster fibre broadband.
Public Health England have issued advice and guidance about viewing the partial eclipse on Friday 20 March 2015.
Hereford City is going through the most significant phase of its development in recent history; changes which will alter its landscape, both economically and socially forever. The current activity across the city will contribute to the economic wellbeing of Hereford by stimulating the creation of hundreds of news jobs and hundreds of new homes. The city will become a centre of excellence for the technology industry and will welcome new industry as a result.
Read more about A bright future for Hereford City - Representatives from the Business Improvement District, Enterprise Zone, New Model in Technology and Engineering and Hereford Football Club come together to celebrate a great year for the city
Herefordshire Council contractor Balfour Beatty Living Places (BBLP) is backing the first national Community Clear Up Day on Saturday (March 21), the first day of spring.
Herefordshire Council has been offered just over £2 million from the European Union and Defra for a 5 year programme to create jobs and support small businesses in the rural parishes of Herefordshire.
Herefordshire Safeguarding Children Board and Herefordshire Council are joining the fight against child sexual exploitation (CSE) by participating in National Child Sexual Exploitation Awareness Day on 18 March and are asking Herefordshire residents to do the same.
[Updated 16 March 2015 to add links to FAQs] In the decade to August 2013 a wide range of ‘streetscene’ (highways and public spaces), building maintenance, catering and other ancillary services were delivered through a contract latterly held by Amey Wye Valley Ltd. Over that period the contract value exceeded £200m.