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Partnerships

The council's ethos is to maximise "impact through partnerships" and ensure it is responsive to local needs. Strategic and service partnerships have a significant role to play in meeting the objective of what the council aspires to as an organisation - namely an effective, modern council that works with, and is valued by, the local community.

Who are the council's strategic partners?

The Herefordshire Partnership

The Herefordshire Partnership logo

Herefordshire Partnership comprises representatives from local and regional organisations. Through joint consultation and intelligence they identify the key issues for the county and, through effective partnership working, plan how resources will best be deployed to commission services to address these and deliver real improvement for local residents. 

Herefordshire Partnership is led by an Executive Group (HPEG), which also has responsibility for the statutory function of the Community Safety Partnership.

Other areas of work include:

View the HPEG membership and terms of reference.

Contact

What are the Pride of Herefordshire Awards?

Each year, a prestigious Pride of Herefordshire Awards Ceremony is held in Hereford. The awards are designed to celebrate the work of individuals and groups who make a difference to the lives of others. Categories include entrepreneur, youth and adult carers, health champion and courage. 

Sponsored by local businesses and West Mercia Police, the awards scheme is organised and judged by representatives from Hereford Journal, Herefordshire Partnership and Hoople.

Find out more about the awards, key dates and how to nominate.

This year’s awards will be held on 17 October 2013.

Who are the council's service partners?

Balfour Beatty Living Places

Balfour Beatty

From Sunday 1 September 2013 public realm services will be delivered by Balfour Beatty Living Places.

Public realm services include highways maintenance and improvement, street lighting, traffic signals, street cleaning, parks and public rights of way, fleet maintenance and professional consultancy services.

Public contact details for our service partner remain the same:

Online forms are responded to within 10 working days. If the matter is urgent please telephone 01432 261800.

Find out more about these services on our roads and pavements pages.

Halo LeisureHalo Leisure logo

Halo Leisure is a community based 'not for profit' organisation. Every time you use a Halo centre you are personally investing in improving the service and the facilities Halo provides. Halo is managed by a Board of Trustees who are drawn from across the county representing a broad balance of community focus and commercial and business enterprise. Two local councillors sit on the Board of Trustees.

Halo's mission is to deliver innovation and excellence in all that they do. Halo is proud to provide leisure centres for Herefordshire Council.

Contact

  • Telephone: 0845 241 0340
  • Fax: 0845 241 0359
  • Website: http://www.haloleisure.org.uk/
  • Address: Halo Support, Lion Yard, Broad Street, Leominster HR6 8BT
Herefordshire Housing logo

Herefordshire Housing Ltd

Herefordshire Housing is a not-for-profit Registered Social Landlord, which provides affordable homes throughout Herefordshire. All of its income and any profits made must (as part of its constitution), be ploughed back into housing services.

Herefordshire Housing took over the running of Herefordshire Council's housing stock on 26 November 2002 after a Large Scale Voluntary Transfer (LSVT). It has since adopted Charitable Status.

Contact

  • Telephone: Freephone 0300 7774321
  • Website: http://www.hhl.org.uk/
  • Address: Herefordshire Housing Ltd, Legion Way, Hereford HR1 1LN