PROPOSALS to install CCTV cameras in Ross-on-Wye and for work to start on creating an enterprise park in the town, have been included in Herfordshire Council’s future plans for the area.

Herefordshire Council’s newly published Delivery Plan 2024-2025 contains wide-ranging schemes for the county over the coming months.

Among the proposals for Ross include the installation of CCTV cameras in the town centre and to begin work on the Ross Enterprise Park at the town’s Model Farm site.

Other proposals include installing energy-efficient measures in 200 homes across the county and assess the retrofitting of 150 households.

Proposals also include the installation of 50 more publicly available electric vehicle charging points around the county.

The local authority proposes Increasing the capacity for special educational needs pupils, which could include repurposing council and other buildings, and building new facilities

Herefordshire Council will also be completing an outline business case for reopening the railway station at Pontrilas, now likely to be called the ‘Golden Valley Parkway’.

The council also proposes a Town and Parish Charter and restart regular summits with the county’s parishes.

The Delivery Plan is due to be debated by the county’s cabinet on Thursday, (June 27).