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  1. Statement on behalf of Claire Ward, Clerk to the Lieutenancy of Herefordshire: “The councillors and officers of Herefordshire Council are deeply saddened at the news of the death of His Royal Highness Prince Philip, The Duke of Edinburgh. “The Duke of Edinburgh was the longest-serving royal consort in British history, and a loving and devoted husband, father, grandfather and great grandfather. Thank you on behalf of Herefordshire to The Duke of Edinburgh for your devoted service to the UK and the Commonwealth. “Our thoughts are with the Royal Family at this time.” Sta
  2. 🔷 Money for bypass | Outsourcing services and Herefordshire Council's commitment to build 2,500 affordable new homes 🔷 In this final session from Councillor Harvey she answers more questions put to her from our previous topic here about money for the Western Link Road (also known as the Hereford Bypass), and why do the council often outsource services. Hereford Voice would like to thank Councillor Liz Harvey for taking the time out to answer questions and engaging in our Councillor Sessions, we hope that you have found these useful. More Councillors will be engaging wi
  3. Herefordshire Council teams have recently completed a programme of resurfacing and drainage works on the C1125 - C1129 to C1124, Marden in Herefordshire.
  4. 🔷 Furlough and Purchase of Maylord Orchards 🔷 In this session Councillor Harvey answers more questions about whether Council staff were furloughed and the purchase of Maylord Orchards for over £4 Million. Councillor Harvey will be answering more of the questions from our previous topic here in her final session later this week. More Councillors will be engaging with you this year as part of our 'exclusive' Hereford Voice 'Councillor Sessions' Our 'Councillor Sessions' are not limited solely to the current administration, we welcome 'Sessions' with Councillors
  5. Herefordshire Council teams have recently completed a programme of resurfacing and drainage works at Green Croft, Redhill, Hereford.
  6. Herefordshire Council teams have recently completed a programme of resurfacing and drainage works on the A466 to Pendiggott, Orcop, Herefordshire. Contractors have also completed a programme of resurfacing and drainage works on the A465 to The Vroe, Rowlestone, Herefordshire.
  7. 🔷 How much do Councillors get paid? 🔷 In this session Councillor Harvey explains about Councillors allowances. Councillor Harvey will be answering more of the questions from our previous topic here in her last few sessions this week. More Councillors will be engaging with you this year as part of our 'exclusive' Hereford Voice 'Councillor Sessions' Follow Hereford Voice for more Councillor Sessions coming soon #herefordvoice #hereford #herefordshire #hfdvcs
  8. Council Tax set to rise by 4.99% as council faces long-term Covid-19 cost pressures on its budget Full Council has approved the 2021/22 budget today (12 February 2021). This includes the setting of Herefordshire Council tax rates which will come into effect from April 2021. The final budget takes into account the 2021/22 final local government finance settlement announced by central government. This includes: A new ‘Lower Tier’ Services Grant of £0.25m Revenue Support Grant funding of £0.6m New Homes Bonus funding of £1.7m Rural Services Delivery Grant of £5.
  9. This is broken down into 3 sessions this is part 1/3 🔷 Council Tax £161 Million Cost Required 🔷 In this session Councillor Harvey explains the breakdown of costs to the council and grants received etc.. Councillor Harvey will be answering the questions from our previous topic here https://hfd.news/897ed in sessions 2/3 and 3/3 to follow #herefordvoice #hereford #herefordshire #hfdvcs
  10. We published this article in May 2020 on a A £2 billion package to create new era for cycling, walking and trials for e-scooters. Last Thursday we published another article here highlighting that Beryl Bikes had recently launched e-Scooters and e-Bikes and trials for e-scooters across some cities in the UK were already taking place. We can today reveal that Herefordshire Council have been unsuccessful in their first bid for e-Scooter trials however, all is not lost because the council have been advised that they are still being considered for any expansion of the trials. #h
  11. Having Your Say | Hereford Voice Councillor Sessions. At Hereford Voice our slogan has always been 'Having Your Say' and through our network we are going to give you the opportunity to ask your questions to some of our Councillors. Cabinet Member - Finance and Corporate Services - Councillor Liz Harvey has agreed to be put under the spotlight to answer your questions in the second series of our 'exclusive' Q & A sessions. Rules: Abuse will Not be tolerated and offensive comments will be deleted and may also result in that person being banned. Please ask sensible questions on
  12. Having Your Say | Hereford Voice 'Councillor Sessions' Q&A Continued - Part 3 Hereford Transport Hub At Hereford Voice our slogan has always been 'Having Your Say' and through our network we are going to give you the opportunity to ask your questions to some of our Councillors. Cabinet Member - Infrastructure and Transport Councillor John Harrington agreed to be put under the spotlight and to answer as many questions put to him in our first exclusive 'Councillor Sessions' series here https://hfd.news/eec Tonight in part 3 of our series Cllr Harrington responds to questions a
  13. Having Your Say | Hereford Voice 'Councillor Sessions' Q&A Continued - Part 4 - Emergency Active Travel Measures across the county inc the closure of the Old Bridge in Hereford At Hereford Voice our slogan has always been 'Having Your Say' and through our network we are going to give you the opportunity to ask your questions to some of our Councillors. Cabinet Member - Infrastructure and Transport Councillor John Harrington agreed to be put under the spotlight and to answer as many questions put to him in our first exclusive 'Councillor Sessions' series here https://hfd
  14. Herefordshire Council has now received its percentage of local authorities £500 million to fix potholes across England. Department for Transport (DfT) allocates £500 million to local authorities in England for highways maintenance funding will go toward ensuring potholes and other road maintenance issues across the country are fixed the equivalent of 10 million potholes could be filled in as a result of today’s allocations Councils across England have today (15 February 2021) been allocated their share of £500 million for highways maintenance, with the funding expect
  15. At Hereford Voice our slogan has always been 'Having Your Say' and through our network we are going to give you the opportunity to ask your questions to some of our Councillors. Cabinet Member - Infrastructure and Transport Councillor John Harrington has agreed to be put under the spotlight to answer your questions in the first of our 'exclusive' Q & A sessions. Rules: Abuse will Not be tolerated and offensive comments will be deleted and may also result in that person being banned. Please ask sensible questions on any subject that Cllr Harrington maybe able to address
  16. New ‘Kickstart’ scheme will benefit local businesses and give 16-24 year olds the opportunity to gain work experience Herefordshire Council is set to support local young people and businesses through being a gateway organisation for the delivery of the government’s Kickstart scheme in the county. Across the UK younger people have been some of those worst affected economically by the pandemic. In Herefordshire there has been a 108% increase in people aged between 18 and 24 claiming out of work benefits since March 2020. As part of the Covid-19 recovery programme, the Kickstart sc
  17. The census happens every 10 years with the next one taking place 21 March 2021. Each household will be asked to take part and the information it collects helps Herefordshire Council plan services across Herefordshire. Find out more about the census, here 👉 http://orlo.uk/cQhLd #herefordvoice #herefordnews #Census2021
  18. Proposed budget will now be put forward for recommendation to Full Council Herefordshire Council’s Cabinet has agreed the proposed 2021/22 budget which will now be put forward for recommendation to Full Council on Friday 12 February 2021. The proposed budget takes into account the 2021/22 provisional local government finance settlement announced by central government last December. This includes: ‘Lower Tier’ Services Grant of £0.25m which will cover around 70% of the cost of the council’s response to the pandemic Revenue Support Grant funding of £0.6m New Homes
  19. The Covid-19 pandemic has caused uncertainty for future funding so the council has to prepare to make savings. Be part of the conversation and let Hereford Council know your priorities on council services next year by visiting here
  20. In future the council will need to provide a food waste collection. Will this reduce your household waste? Herefordshire Council need to know your views on what the future of rubbish & recycling collection looks like to you in the county: Take the survey
  21. Cabinet approves first steps in Council building it's own Council houses which it will retain ownership of, outside the householder right to buy mechanism, and which will provided quality affordable houses that are affordable to own or rent and affordable to run, being built to the very best passive energy standards. This welcome move gives the first time buyers, renters and those trying to get onto the property ladder a real opportunity to do that in the county. The Council will have an income and an asset and be a responsible and fair landlord, developer.
  22. In an article written on their website The Victorian Society strongly objects to the Diocese of Hereford’s plans to demolish a historic rectory in Hereford. Photographs courtesy of the Victorian Society
  23. Below are photographs taken from Friday’s clearance of the Criftins at Leintwardine Herefordshire after the Herefordshire CouncilCommunity Protection Team, BBLP and Police moved 6 cars, parts and junk from a business spilling into the street, which after prosecution has now been cleared and a fence erected to stop any repeat. #herefordvoice #herefordnews #herefordshire
  24. Making more space to move around Hereford safely – we’re listening As the shops re-opened, people returned to work and visitor numbers increased, temporary measures were introduced in Hereford and the market towns to give pedestrians and cyclists the space they need to maintain social distancing and travel safely. The measures, which include temporary barriers and signage to widen footways, partial road closures and dedicated cycle lanes, allow more space to walk and cycle in busy areas, helping pedestrians and cyclists feel safer where space is shared. Following f
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