On Wednesday 26 November Anthony Lee of Dunstable Road, Tilsworth pleaded guilty to an offence of failing to comply with Section 33(1)(a) of the Environmental Protection Act 1990 following a prosecution by Dacorum Borough Council.
Dacorum Borough Council has announced that Hemel Hempstead’s Wednesday antique and bric-a-brac market will be moving from Market Square to the Marlowes pedestrianised shopping area from 3 December.
Dacorum Borough Council’s new recycling service started this week.
Dacorum Borough Council have shown their commitment to tackling anti-social behaviour in Hemel Hempstead after being granted a second premises closure order this month.
The acclaimed exhibition, celebrating its fiftieth year, showcases the rich array of life on our planet, reflecting its beauty and also highlighting its fragility.
Dacorum Borough Council welcomed a special guest of honour into the borough when the High Sheriff of Hertfordshire, Mr Fergus McMullen toured the area at the Mayor’s invitation on Friday 31 October
If you go down to the Marlowes this week [week commencing 17 November], you’re sure of a big surprise.
On the 12 November 2014 Marc Fossey of South Dene, Gaddesden Row, Hemel Hempstead pleaded guilty to failing to comply with Section 34 of the Environmental Protection Act 1990.
Dacorum Borough Council had a successful judgment from the Supreme Court last week in Sims v Dacorum Borough Council and Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government.
Dacorum is very proud to announce that yesterday Carlie Cleaver won Best Employee of the Year in the Chamber of Commerce and Federation of Small Business, East of England Business Championships