Herefordshire Council has been awarded a £1.5 million share of the £60 million Sustainable Travel Access Fund awarded by central government.
Herefordshire Council is urging all county residents, charities and care, residential and nursing homes to take part in a waste services charges consultation.
Hereford library, museum and art gallery reopens Tuesday 31 January, following the phase one completion of building work at Broad Street.
Herefordshire Council is continuing to face significant reductions in its government funding and as a consequence is looking at every service it provides to consider if it’s being delivered in the most efficient way and providing a quality service for those who need it.
Liberal Democrat Lords Spokesperson (Transport), Baroness Randerson was warmly received for a tour of some of Hereford’s most high profile regeneration projects last Friday, 13 January.
Residents in Hereford city are being urged to take part in a city wide travel survey. The survey results will be used to make sure the council’s transport model for the city remains up to date.
Working jointly with its nine housing partners, Herefordshire Council is supporting a proposal to develop a new approach to how the county’s lettings system for social and affordable housing will operate.
Herefordshire Council’s general overview and scrutiny committee will meet today (Tuesday 17 January) to consider the implementation of the school transport policy.
Herefordshire Council’s crematorium has donated £4,337 to the ELY memorial fund through the Institute of Cemetery and Crematorium Management’s (ICCM) Recycling of Metals Scheme.
Herefordshire Council, in partnership with Cargill and the Hereford Times, is launching the 2017 Herefordshire Community Champions awards following last year’s successful launch. The awards recognise exceptional contributions to local communities and outstanding achievers in the county.
Herefordshire Council is advising poultry farmers and game keepers to follow the latest government advice, following confirmed cases of avian flu in Gloucestershire and Carmarthenshire.
Hereford Library will reopen on Tuesday 31 January 2017 following the phase one completion of building work at Broad Street.
The beautiful 400-year-old Old House in Hereford will be undergoing a short period of refurbishment in 2017. It will temporarily close from 31 January before re-opening on 1 April as the Black and White House museum.