This section provides you with information about past, present and future involvement activities and consultations by both Herefordshire Council and partner organisations. This includes both electronic consultations and more traditional involvement activities.
Giving you access to past, present and future consultations responds to one of the commitments in the Community Involvement Strategy, which is to be open and accountable to everyone living and working in Herefordshire about the information we have gathered through consultations, and how we have used this information to provide the best possible services in the County.
If you want to participate in electronic consultations, you will be required to register, using the links provided. All we require is a valid email address and your name, although further information will help us target future consultations more effectively and invite you, depending on the information you have given us about your particular interests, to participate in future consultations.
You are also able to access the results of closed consultations and find out what Herefordshire Council has done with the information gathered through consultations. By using the 'search' categories, you can search according to specific areas, target groups and dates of consultations.
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|Polling districts and places consultation 2014
The Local Government Boundary Commission for England (LGBCE) recently carried out a review of ward boundaries in Herefordshire and the final recommendations, published on 25 March 2013, proposed that there should be 53 councillors to represent 53 single-member wards. These recommendations have now been approved by parliament and will come into effect at the next scheduled elections for Herefordshire in 2015. As a consequence some polling districts, polling places and polling stations also have to change.
|03 Feb 2014||25 Apr 2014|