News from Herefordshire Council.
Businesses on the site of the future City Link Road will begin to receive General Vesting Declarations (GVDs) from next week. The GVDs are the next step in the Compulsory Purchase Order (CPO) process and signal the transfer of land ownership to Herefordshire Council.
Children in Herefordshire will benefit from two new services commissioned by Herefordshire Council. The Herefordshire Intensive Placement Support Service (HIPPS) and Therapeutic Intensive Support Service (TISS) are new Action for Children’s services providing long-term, therapeutic support to children and young people, their families and carers.
The Herefordshire community is being invited to celebrate the 70th anniversary of VE Day on Friday 8 May.
Herefordshire residents will find it easier to access information about health, social care and community activities, as the council has awarded a contract to Services for Independent Living (SIL) to provide a new information, advice and signposting service.
Heart-stopping rides, side-shows, food stalls and ancient ceremonies are all part of the street extravaganza which is Hereford’s May Fair.
This year’s Hedgehog Festival will run from Saturday 2 May to Sunday 10 May and include an exciting visit to Ross-on-Wye Children’s Centre.
Herefordshire’s public realm contractor Balfour Beatty Living Places (BBLP) is lending a helping hand to the British Red Cross when it stages its Great Spring Garden Event on Wednesday, April 29.
Businesses needing to stay on top of regulatory developments and the right side of the law now have even easier access to information thanks to a new digital app – TSBN (Trading Standards Business News) published by the Central England Trading Standards Authorities (CEnTSA). This is another exciting step in reaching out to the business community by going digital.
Today, Thursday 16 April 2015, parents across England find out which school their children have been offered a place for in the new reception class starting September 2015.
Ability to access the internet for customers in Herefordshire has just got easier with free wifi in the county’s libraries.