The Conservatives are committed to improving Hereford and attracting more tourism and more trade into the city and county.
Despite intense local political opposition, our councillors had the foresight to push forward with the entirely private sector funded new £90 million development in the Old Cattle Market.
Herefordshire is now reaping the rewards. As many as 1,100 new jobs in the city are thought to have been created. Popular outlets such as Waitrose, Debenhams and a six-screen Odeon have come to the city, alongside an impressive range of new restaurants, such as Miller and Carter and Nando’s.
This has helped to ensure that shoppers stay in Hereford, and visitors from other towns choose Hereford as a shopping destination.