Herefordshire secondary school places announced today
Parents will find out today which secondary school their child will attend in September
Register of Planning Enforcement actions now live and free to use
A Planning Enforcement Register is now available on the Herefordshire Council website that enables anybody to check the status of any enforcement notices issued in relation to a property or piece of land in the county.
Hereford landscaper fined for fly tipping
Shaun Smith, trading as ‘Garden and Landscaping Services’, dumped business waste in Hereford field
Cabinet votes to recommend Minerals and Waste Plan to Full Council
Herefordshire Council’s Cabinet today voted to recommend the Herefordshire Minerals and Waste Local Plan (MWLP) to full Council.
Council and Beryl celebrate impact of e-bikes in first year
Herefordshire Council and partner Beryl, are celebrating the impact of the introduction of e-bikes, after they replaced almost 21,000 private road transport journeys in their first year.
‘Orange Button Community Unites in Herefordshire to Prevent Suicide’
Orange Button wearers from across Herefordshire came together for the inaugural Orange Button Community event held at Saxon Hall, Putson.
Support for households with energy intensive medical equipment
Funding has been allocated to a number of initiatives through the Household Support Fund to support households that are most in need.
New artworks to be unveiled across Hereford city
Hereford city centre is about to transform as eight new public artworks and a sculpture trail are unveiled on our city streets. Locals and visitors will start to see artworks appear on gable ends of prominent buildings, in underpasses and passageways, and above shops throughout February and March 2024.
Second round of funding available for festivals and events
Grants of up to £15,000 are now available to support the development or growth of Festivals and Events in Herefordshire via the UK Shared Prosperity Fund.
First off-gas Herefordshire homes receive energy efficiency upgrades
County residents are being encouraged to check their eligibility as the first households in Herefordshire are seeing the benefits of the Home Upgrade Grant (HUG) scheme.