Public Spaces Protection Order

  The Vale of Glamorgan Council is committed to tackling anti-social behaviour in relation to dog fouling The Vale of Glamorgan has often been described as one of the best places to live in Wales. We, as a Council, are proud to have been awarded Green Flag status in a growing number of parks and Blue Flag status at Whitmore […]

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August Planning Updates

August Planning updates. • Garn Farm, Port Road. Variation of Condition 2 of 1986/00754/FUL to replace with rural enterprise condition under TAN 6 has been approved • Lingfield, 34, Old Port Road. Extension of existing detatched garage. Withdrawn. • Development of 12 dwellings at the Rectory, Port Road. Non-Material Amendment – Proposed change to the wording of Condition 3 of […]

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August Planning applications.

  August Planning applications. • Coedhirion, 8, Walston Road, Rear extension to, and internal/external refurbishment of, the existing dwelling, including demolition of single storey extension at front, bay window, single storey flat roofed extension at rear and ancillary garage building at rear. The council raised no objections to the proposal. • Land to the west of plot nos. 38 to […]

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Telephone Scam Warning

  South Wales Police urge all members of the public to be alert to a recent telephone scam that has started to become widely used Nationally and locally. The Scam involves a person telephoning the victim claiming that they are a Police Officer and that there has been a suspicious transaction on their bank account. They urge the victim to […]

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CIRCUS SKILLS WORKSHOP

  Did you know 2018 celebrates the 250th anniversary of circus? Join in and be part of the celebrations, come and have a go and learn circus skills together in a safe and friendly environment. We’ll be juggling, spinning plates, learning tricks on the diabolo and flower sticks, hula hooping, balancing skills, riding trick bikes, building human pyramids and more… […]

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July Planning Updates

Planning updates. The following applications have been approved. • 22, Rectory Close, Single storey rear extension and two storey front extension • Yr Ysgubor, St. Lythans Road, St. Lythans. Decommissioning existing domestic cesspit and installing either a new septic tank or a new domestic package sewage treatment plant and all associated drainage fields within the confines of the rear garden […]

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July Planning Applications

Planning applications • Garn Farm, Port Road. Variation of Condition 2 of 1986/00754/FUL to replace with rural enterprise condition under TAN 6. No comment. • 23, Rectory Close, Proposed first floor side extension to form walk in wardrobe and downstairs utility room, and single storey rear house extension. Council raised no objections to the proposal.    

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CHANGES TO RECYCLING AND WASTE SERVICES

  CHANGES TO RECYCLING AND WASTE SERVICES The Vale of Glamorgan Council needs to capture the views of local residents to inform the design and delivery of a new waste and recycling collection service. From September 2018 the Council is proposing to limit the number of black bags that it will collect to two per household per fortnight, with some exceptions. […]

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Council Committee News

  The Council |AGM voted for Cllr. Colin Thomas to remain as chairman for the forthcoming year and Cllr. Dickon Oliver as vice chairman. Members of sub-committees was also agreed.      

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General News

  The council members approved the annual accounts. These will be available for public viewing after the approval of the external auditors. There has been no communication from the Vale concerning local highway matters raised with their officers recently. The grant for the construction of the new library is now in a queue awaiting its final decision from the Welsh […]

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