Budget 2020/21 and Corporate Plan consultation: 7 November to 4 December 2019.
Herefordshire Council is consulting on its budget for 2020/21. Each year the council consults with you on its budget and on the proposed Council Tax increase.
They are also asking for your views on corporate priorities, which set out the ambitions for the next four years. The priorities have been developed following engagement with more than 1500 people. Your input is important to help set these priorities and will guide further investment and development over the coming years.
Over the next few weeks, representatives from the council will be asking people across Herefordshire to give their views on the budget proposals:
•21 November 9am – midday - Bromyard Public Hall
•22 November 10am – 2pm - Leominster Corn Square
•23 November 10am – 3pm - Hereford High Town
•26 November 10am – 2pm - Ledbury Market House
•28 November 10am – 2pm – Ross-on-Wye Library
•29 November 10am – 2pm - Kington Place de Marines
The closing date for the proposed budget consultation is 4 December 2019, which can be accessed on-line here https://www.herefordshire.gov.uk/ambition
A group of Herefordshire Tree Wardens led by Tony Norman have been working on a plan to make disease resistant elm trees available to the public for planting.
There are several different varieties available, all have very good resistance to Dutch Elm disease and will grow with a similar form to the trees of yesteryear. These are best planted in hedgerows or in positions where they can become features in our landscape.
Elm Tree Offer
European White Elm £10 (Plant anywhere esp. wet or waterlogged sites)
LUTECE £10 (plant in good or heavy soils –needs staking to start)
Wingham £12 (plant in good soils)
Fiorente £12 Available Dec (plant in good soils)
Ademuz £12 Available Dec (plant in good or heavy soils)
Please follow this LINK for full details or contact Tony Norman - email@example.com
Biffa green waste club could collect your garden waste fortnightly for a fixed fee. The service requires at least 12 parishioners to sign up for a possible service expansion to Pembridge.
Take a look at the website and sign up if you are interested.
Ward election results
European Parliamentary Elections 23rd May 2019
This means that the NDP will have full weight from 1.3.19, however it will take about a month for the plan to be formally adopted as part of the statutory development plan.
The Elections Process briefing sessions - Assembly Hall, Hereford Town
Hall (6pm – 8pm)
Monday 4 March - Political party agents briefing
Wednesday 6 March - Parish Clerks briefing
Thursday 7 March - Prospective candidates
briefing (open to all)
Further Information can be found www.herefordshire.gov.uk/beacouncillor
For further information click Here. For an entry form contact email firstname.lastname@example.org. Closing date 15th April 2019
The Pembridge Neighbourhood Development Plan (PNDP) is at the final key stage in the process to being adopted as statutory planning policy by Herefordshire Council. Everyone on Herefordshire Council’s electoral register (at the date of the vote) within the parish is entitled to vote. All those entitled to vote will receive a poll card informing them when and where to vote. The PNDP referendum date is 28th February 2019. The referendum will be asking; ‘Do you want Herefordshire Council to use the Neighbourhood Development Plan for (Neighbourhood Area name) to help it decide planning applications in the Neighbourhood Area? A successful ‘YES’ vote, means the plan will be adopted by Herefordshire Council as statutory planning policy and the Parish has a bigger say on development in the community. You can view the plan on Pembridge Parish Council website or formally on Herefordshire Council’s website
Help to keep warm and well this winter. Keep Herefordshire Warm offers FREE home energy advice and support • l Would your home benefit from increased insulation and/or improved heating? • l Are you worried about how you are going to pay your gas and electricity bills this winter? • l Do you feel uncomfortable or ill because of cold or damp in your home? If you think you or someone you know would benefit from this service or intervention please contact Keep Herefordshire Warm on 0800 677 1432 or text 07583 940914 or email email@example.com
Please use these details if you are concerned about the wellbeing or safeguarding of children or vunerable adults
More information Here
Ordinary Meeting - all Welcome.
Pembridge Parish Hall
20-11-2019 at 7:00 PM until 20-11-2019
Click to View the Agenda
Herefordshire Tree Network are holding a week of local events:-
22-11-2019 at 6:00 PM until 01-12-2019
Full details Click HERE
Pembridge Parish News is a Parish Council publication, produced every two months. Some of the production cost is recouped through revenue from the advertising flyer which accompanies each newsletter. The editor is Judith Rogers, who can be reached via her email address here. Contributions from groups and individuals are very welcome.
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