News from Herefordshire Council.
To mark International Translation Day, Herefordshire Council’s innovative language service has announced its latest training course for interpreters.
The long awaited report from the Local Plan inspector has concluded that the plan is sound and forms the basis for future planning in the county.
We have received a number of questions relating to fracking after the government issued guidance, advice and a consultation on the matter.
Hereford retained its prestigious gold medal in this year’s Britain in Bloom competition supported by green-fingered staff from Balfour Beatty Living Places (BBLP).
Herefordshire residents looking for affordable housing are being encouraged to come to the county’s first housing fair next month.
Herefordshire Council is actively working with Herefordshire’s varied communities and strategic partners to prepare the best local response to support Syrian refugees. The council is part of the West Midlands Strategic Migration Partnership, a group formed from local government, Home Office, national government, statutory, voluntary and community and private sectors to help support asylum seekers, refugees and vulnerable migrants.
In the interest of public and staff safety, Herefordshire Council has made the decision to temporarily close Hereford Library and Museum with effect from today, due to the discovery of trace levels of asbestos found in the building as a result of planned building work due to take place at the site.
Herefordshire Council is reminding residents that there is still time to have your say on the 2016/17 priorities and budget consultation.
A new law which comes into effect on 1 October this year which sees a ban on smoking in vehicles if they are carrying anyone under 18 as a passenger, has received support from Herefordshire Council.
Herefordshire Council is pleased to announce that WM Housing has been selected as preferred partner for the demolition and redevelopment of the former LEA Swimming Pool on Hollybush Walk, Hereford.