Herefordshire Council

Hoople Service Level Agreement

Decision type: Key

Decision status: For Determination

Notice of proposed decision first published: 18/01/2017

Decision due: 30 March 2017 by Cabinet Member Corporate Strategy & Finance

Lead member: Cabinet Member Corporate Strategy & Finance

Lead director: Director of economy, communities and corporate

Department: Economy, communities and corporate

Contact: Richard Ball, Assistant Director Environment and Place Email: rball@herefordshire.gov.uk.

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Hereford City Centre Order 2016

Decision type: Key

Decision status: For Determination

Notice of proposed decision first published: 13/01/2017

Decision due: Not before 30 March 2017 by Cabinet Member Transport & Roads

Lead member: Cabinet Member Transport & Roads

Lead director: Director of economy, communities and corporate

Contact: Mairead Lane, Head of Infrastructure delivery Email: mlane@herefordshire.gov.uk.

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Passenger Transport Review

Decision type: Key

Decision status: For Determination

Notice of proposed decision first published: 13/01/2017

Decision due: 9 March 2017 by Cabinet

Lead member: Cabinet Member Transport & Roads

Lead director: Director of economy, communities and corporate

Contact: Steve Burgess Email: sburgess@herefordshire.gov.uk.

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Rights of Way Improvement Plan 2016-2026

Decision type: Key

Decision status: For Determination

Notice of proposed decision first published: 13/01/2017

Decision due: Not before 30 March 2017 by Cabinet Member Transport & Roads

Lead member: Cabinet Member Transport & Roads

Lead director: Director of economy, communities and corporate

Contact: Steve Burgess Email: sburgess@herefordshire.gov.uk.

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Redesign and procurement of the community learning disability service

Decision type: Key

Decision status: For Determination

Notice of proposed decision first published: 13/01/2017

Decision due: Not before 27 April 2017 by Cabinet Member Health & Wellbeing

Lead member: Cabinet Member Health & Wellbeing

Lead director: Director for adults and wellbeing

Contact: Ewen Archibald, Programme Director Housing and Growth Email: Ewen.Archibald@herefordshire.gov.uk.

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Revision of Allocations Policy for Herefordshire

Decision type: Key

Decision status: For Determination

Notice of proposed decision first published: 11/01/2017

Decision due: Not before 15 June 2017 by Cabinet

Lead member: Councillor PM Morgan, Deputy Leader of the Council & Cabinet member Health & Wellbeing pmorgan@herefordshire.gov.uk

Lead director: Martin Samuels

Contact: Ewen Archibald, Programme Director Housing and Growth Email: Ewen.Archibald@herefordshire.gov.uk.

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Proposed Redesign of the Allocations System for Herefordshire

Decision type: Key

Decision status: For Determination

Notice of proposed decision first published: 11/01/2017

Decision due: Not before 11 May 2017 by Cabinet

Lead member: Cabinet Member Health & Wellbeing

Lead director: Director for adults and wellbeing

Contact: Ewen Archibald, Programme Director Housing and Growth Email: Ewen.Archibald@herefordshire.gov.uk.

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Ross-on-Wye West Election 23rd March

 

IOC Flyer Jordan Creed (Draft)

24 year old Jordan Creed, a bus campaigner from Ross-on-Wye, is our candidate for the Ross West Town Council by election. Ross is a town everyone assumes is Conservative, hence Jesse Norman MP will turn up for the opening of a packet of crisps here (quicker than a seagull) but Jordan is hopefully going to prove there is more to the town than meets the eye and it’s not all painted blue and faded yellow; and we are proud to try our best to represent those crying out for choice and change in this great little town on the hill. Ross is notable for a few things and the most notable of those (apart from Jacqueline’s Nite Spot, now sadly closed) is John Kyrle, the famous philanthropist who did so much for the town and townspeople. “He was generous to the poor and spent all he had in good works”. Not unlike our Conservative Cllrs then…urmm, mnnnn.

Jordan is keen to listen and to learn, please give him  chance to prove he can a difference.

Leominster South Election 23rd March

IOC Flyer Jon Stannard (draft 1)

IOC Flyer Jon Stannard (draft 1)

Our superb candidate for the vacant ward of Leominster South, following the sad death of Cllr Peter McCaull, is Jon Stannard, a self employed heating engineer and former IOC Executive member. It’s new ground for IOC, we have never stood in Leominster but it’s time to spread our wings and give the people of our largest town more choice. Interesting times ahead, help us to make the changes our county so desperately needs.

Council Smallholdings

Once again our Conservative Cabinet of seven Cllrs; Tony Johnson, Patricia Morgan, Philip Price, Jonathon Lester, Harry Bramer, Paul Rone and (to a lesser extent, David Harwood) make hugely important decisions with far reaching consequences without proper advice and consultation. Cllr Roger Phillips started the sell off process in the early 2000s, boasting of the revenue it would bring in and how that revenue would be invested wisely to swell the Council’s coffers. We are now over £200 million in debt and this Cabinet has approved the sale of the remaining farms, primarily we believe, to allow large scale housing development on the outskirts of Hereford City.

This cabinet deliberately withheld an estate report, commissioned by the Council and carried out by Fisher German, when the report recommended keeping the majority of the Council farms. It took the resources and determination of the NFU for the Information Commissioner’s Office to force the Cabinet to release the findings of the report last month.

http://www.herefordtimes.com/news/15119358.Recommendation_to_retain_some_of_smallholdings_estate_was_not_made_public_by_the_council/

Other authorities, like Devon and Staffordshire, have kept their council farms for new entrant farmers, made them more efficient and enjoyed their increase in land value, which has bolstered their credit ratings.

We, Herefordshire Council under these Conservatives (alleged businessmen, retired businessmen, farmer’s wives and failed farmers) are a laughing stock. And we would laugh too if it wasn’t so tragic. The treatment of our tenant farmers by millionaire Cllr Harry Bramer has been an absolute disgrace.

http://www.herefordtimes.com/news/letters/14323646.Treatment_of_Herefordshire_s_tenant_farmers_has_been_a__disgrace_/Round_hay_bale_at_dawn02