Herefordshire Council is working with partners from across the county to develop a new Big Economic Plan (2022-2050). The aim is to generate a practical vision, focussed priorities and clear actions for the first few years. There is just time to complete the survey which is open until Friday 6 January 2023.
The Council want to hear from a range of people across the county. So far, engagement has included interviews and workshops with over 100 different people from community groups, young people’s groups, businesses, arts organisations, investors, NHS and elected members. This has informed the draft vision and priorities, and the Council would now like to hear from you.
Shaping the future of Hereford – have your say
Hereford is a vibrant, attractive city, with a rich history and thriving local economy. But there are challenges to address for the city to continue to thrive in the future. Herefordshire Council is developing a detailed masterplan for Hereford that celebrates the city’s character and provides a blueprint for making it an even better place to live, work in and visit in the future – and they’d like to hear your views.
· You can find out more and have your say
· Alternatively, visit the public exhibition showing the emerging masterplan proposals at Maylord Orchards Shopping Centre in Hereford. The exhibition runs until 3 February 2023 during shopping centre opening hours. Comments cards will be available, with a Freepost address so there is no need for a stamp – or visitors can provide their comment online.
The exhibition materials will also be displayed in market towns near to Hereford to make it easy for those living or working outside the city to visit. Dates, times and venue locations will be publicised online. To see them, Click here.
Herefordshire Participates in Central Government Bus Scheme
Whether you’re heading to work or into town, from 1 January to 31 March a single bus journey will cost no more than £2 on most routes across England.
In Herefordshire several bus companies are taking part in the scheme (that’s good news). For the full list of those taking part, visit the UK Government website. This also shows the routes that are not included in the scheme. Please note that the £2 fare cap scheme does not apply to services which run on school days only.