News from Herefordshire Council.
The Pontrilas based Community Interest Company (CIC) Care and Repair Enterprise (C.A.R.E) is celebrating a very successful first year this week.
Two charities, the British Heart Foundation and Forces Support are getting a welcome boost from Herefordshire residents thanks to a new reuse container which has been opened at Rotherwas Household Recycling Centre.
Children from Ashperton Primary School have improved their knowledge of democracy after a visit to the council’s Plough Lane offices last week.
Please be advised that there is a planned 24 hour national rail strike from 5pm on Monday 25 May.
Herefordshire Council is planning to phase out controversial 15 minute home care calls in order to boost quality and ensure needs are met properly.
A multi-million pound programme to improve the quality of Herefordshire’s roads is notching up some major milestones at the end of its first year.
The planning application for the South Wye Transport Package - Southern Link Road has been submitted and will be considered and consulted upon by the council’s planning team.
Innovations made by Herefordshire’s public realm contractor Balfour Beatty Living Places (BBLP) have been praised by a council group scrutinising the contract.
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.