The Marches Experience is a significant project costing £15 million, of which we’re contributing a third. It’s about improving access to our heritage and enlightening visitors about our region.
A landmark deal to grow our local economy and reshape our city has been received as part of the Government’s multi-billion levelling up programme.
As we approach the end of May, we remain patiently waiting for news from the Government. We spoke to Lauren Rogers on what we expect to happen when the offer is announced.
Read about why changes in Hereford’s industries links with Welsh Water’s commitment in investing in the water supply and why local engineering talent is critical to deliver this.
We speak to board member, Julian Vaughan of The Green Dragon about his passion for Hereford, hospitality and why the Towns Fund is vital for the future economy of our city.
The Rt Hon Jesse Norman talks about the vision of what the city and county can become; building a stronger economy that is also sustainable, resilient and diverse.
Mayor of Hereford, Kath Hey, welcomes the chance to works towards our ambitious vision for our unique heritage to complement sustainable future development.
Engagement with communities across Hereford has resulted in a Town Investment Plan that focuses on 15 projects with a total development cost of £44 million.
Through extensive assessment, ambitious developments that would boost young people’s skills, improve access to culture and revive our tourism are being brought together.
We’re working closely with expert consultants Rose Regeneration to encourage communities and businesses to boost the economy and people’s lives.