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Early Years Action Group Manifesto 2021

A group of leading Welsh children’s charities is calling on all political parties to put the needs of babies and the youngest children at the centre of their policies for the next Senedd.

Planning application submitted for an extension to the Aberdare Bypass

The Council has submitted a planning application for the future A465 Cynon Gateway North (link road to A465) highways scheme – an important landmark following the Pre Application Consultation that took place during autumn 2020. 

Cardiff Capital Region City Deal five-year progress report

Cabinet has received a five-year update on the Cardiff Capital Region City Deal – outlining progress on the South Wales Metro and wider investment to help develop exciting projects such as the Porth Transport Hub and Zip World.

FOOTPATH 35 ABERDARE another 6 months without the Iron Bridge in Trecynon

RHONDDA CYNON TAFF COUNTY BOROUGH COUNCIL

(FOOTPATH 35 ABERDARE)

(TEMPORARY FOOTPATH CLOSURE) ORDER 2021

Welsh language support essential for stroke survivors

Stroke survivors who speak Welsh should get an equal opportunity to rebuild their life, according to The Stroke Association.

 

Labour still ignoring the retail, hospitality, and tourism sectors

Commenting on the announcement of a further £682 million being released by the Welsh Government to tackle Coronavirus, Andrew RT Davies MS – the Leader of the Conservatives in the Senedd – said

EISTEDDFOD RHITHIOL MACS’ VIRTUAL EISTEDDFOD 2021

MACS pupils have once again shown how much talent is in the Cynon Valley! Launched just under one month ago, we have received hundreds of entries for homework, creative and stage competitions in this slightly different Eisteddfod for 2021.

A4059 Aberdare temporary road closure

RHONDDA CYNON TAFF COUNTY BOROUGH COUNCIL

(A4059 ABERDARE) (TEMPORARY ROAD CLOSURE AND TEMPORARY 30MPH SPEED LIMIT) ORDER 2021

 

A 90-meter high chimney stack in Cynon Valley all down to the Planning Committee on the 4 March

So the Planning Department of Rhondda Cynon Taf Council (RCTC) has approved the 90-meter high chimney stack a Development Control Committee meeting takes place on March 4, looking at the history of the site and the way RCTC have approved earlier development on the site the decision to approve the