Latest news & announcements
On behalf of our residents, East Herts Council offer deepest sympathies to the Royal Family on the passing of Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh.
Published 23rd February 2021
On Thursday 6 May 2021 residents in East Herts will go to the polls to have their say on who represents them at Hertfordshire County Council and the Hertfordshire Police and Crime Commissioner as well as several town by-elections.
Published 22nd February 2021
East Herts Council will be accepting applications from Monday 1 March for the latest discretionary grant scheme to help businesses across the district during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Published 16th February 2021
From 1 April residents will need to have signed up for East Herts Council’s chargeable garden waste collection, if they wish to continue receiving collections of their brown bin.
Published 15th February 2021
More than 4,000 residents across Hertfordshire will now be able to claim for the discretionary £500 self-isolation payments after a £2million investment was agreed.
Published 1st February 2021
East Herts Council’s proposed change to move to a chargeable garden waste collection was given the green light at last night’s Extraordinary Council meeting.
Published 14th January 2021
East Herts has appointed Deyton Bell to provide support services for local businesses in the district after the council was awarded a £1.2 million European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) contract from the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government (MHCLG).
Published 5th January 2021
The NHS and public health leaders in Hertfordshire are urging people to play their part by staying at home this New Year and beyond.
Published 31st December 2020
East Herts Council has extended the deadline for people to have their say on the amendments to planning applications submitted by Places for People.
Published 21st December 2020
East Herts, along with the rest of Hertfordshire, has been placed be placed into new ‘Tier 4’ COVID-19 restrictions. The Government has taken this decision in response to a new, faster spreading variant of the virus which is creating a significant increase to case numbers across London and the South East.
Published 21st December 2020
The annual publication of the Electoral Register for East Hertfordshire on 1 December reveals that there are currently 113,628 people registered to vote across the district – almost 3,000 more than on the previous revised register published in November 2019 and believed to be the highest ever figure for the area.
Published 9th December 2020
East Herts Council is now accepting applications for the latest discretionary grant scheme to help businesses across the district during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Published 4th December 2020
East Herts Council’s planning submission for the expansion and renovation of Hartham Leisure Centre was unanimously approved at last night’s Development Management Committee.
Published 3rd December 2020
Residents in East Herts are being invited to take part in a consultation to help shape the future of their waste and recycling services.
Published 2nd December 2020
East Herts Council has been awarded a £1.2 million European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) contract from the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government (MHCLG) to provide business support across the district over the next three years.
Published 26th November 2020
East Herts District Council and North Herts District Council have joined forces to help people to shop safe, shop local with the ‘Reopening the High Street Safely Campaign to the Public’, funded by the European Regional Development Fund and Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government.
Published 25th November 2020
East Herts Council is seeking views on the amendments to planning applications submitted by Places for People.
Published 20th November 2020
People living in East Herts who need temporary accommodation will now be able to stay closer to their community, schools and family members with the opening of new accommodation in the Hertford/Ware area.
Published 17th November 2020