Investment proposed for two major cultural projects for Herefordshire
Herefordshire Council Cabinet will consider an £8.5million investment in new museum and library for the people of Herefordshire at its meeting on Wednesday 29 June
HRH The Duke of Kent visits veteran community-build scheme in Leominster
HRH The Duke of Kent officially opened leading national housing association, Stonewater’s ground-breaking veteran community-build scheme, Noden’s Mews in Leominster earlier this month (19th May)
Leominster businessman fined £6,000 for fly-tipping
Businessman James Hinton pleaded guilty to two counts of fly-tipping at Worcester Magistrates Court, 20 May.
Progress on journey to nutrient neutrality
Cabinet yesterday (26 May) recognised the considerable progress that has been made on the Council’s pioneering Integrated Wetlands scheme, and agreed the framework for the introduction of Phosphate Credits to unlock the potential for Nutrient Neutral Development.
Get a glimpse of the Herefordshire Hoard
The Herefordshire Hoard* remains shrouded in mystery.
Annual Council meeting adopts governance for 2022/23 municipal year
Herefordshire Council’s Leader and Chair elected and committee chairs appointed.
Council marks 40th anniversary of Falklands War
This year marks the 40th anniversary of the Falklands War.
Feedback sought on new measures for cyclists and pedestrians in historic street
Consultation to focus on Traffic Regulation Orders (TROs) in St Owen Street
Response to Panorama aired on May 16
Statements from Paul Walker, Daryl Freeman, Cllr David Hitchiner and Cllr Toynbee
Birmingham 2022 Queen’s Baton Relay to visit Herefordshire as full England route revealed
The Birmingham 2022 Queen’s Baton Relay is confirmed to visit Herefordshire during its final journey through England this summer, as the full route is revealed.
Man fined for dumping caravan full of waste
Herefordshire Council has won an enforcement case against a man found guilty of failing in his duty when disposing of an old caravan full of waste.