Watford Borough Council Competitors, Revenue, Alternatives and Pricing
- Watford Borough Council has 261 Employees.
- Watford Borough Council grew their employee count by 6% last year.
- Watford Borough Council currently has 1 job openings.
What Is Watford Borough Council?
Watford is a successful town in which people are proud to live, work, study and visit. An exciting mix of market town aesthetic and urban buzz, with the most diverse population in Hertfordshire. Despite being a small district in Hertfordshire Watford has big ideas and aspirations Over the last three years Watford Borough Council has successfully implemented an ambitious programme of change and transformation. This has delivered major improvements to the town and the quality of life for our residents ensuring that Watford continues to be a successful town. - One of the best connected towns in the UK getting even better with £280m rail investment, linking the London Overground and Metropolitan lines at Watford. - Watford will see a £100m town centre redevelopment, building on our status as a regional shopping centre - We will deliver, in partnership, a £250m town centre health and housing regeneration scheme - Home to a range of national brands such as Mothercare, Taylor Woodrow and Camelot and UK home to international Ralph Lauren and TK Maxx with the Warner Bros Studios and Harry Potter experience on our doorstep We are a forward thinking, high performing local council, with strong elected and managerial leadership. The council works to make Watford a better place to live in and provide the strategic lead for Watford's sustainable economic growth Our achievements would not be possible without the right organisational building blocks. This has been recognised through the achievement of Gold level Investors in People. This is an incredibly exciting time for Watford with an awful lot happening. We believe we have a lot to be proud of if you agree; wed love to have you on board. 94% of staff say that leadership has a clear view of where we are going For latest news and updates follow us on Twitter @WatfordCouncil and facebook.com/WatfordCouncilkeywords:N/A