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
Rhondda Cynon Taf Planning Officers have today issued a report, which has recommended that the application for a 90m stack at the proposed Enviroparks development is approved. So what will our councillors say and do or will the Welsh labour Government allow this?
Help is available to elderly, vulnerable and disabled residents of Rhondda Cynon Taf to adapt their homes, and to provide specialist aids and equipment, to help keep them safe from injury and maintain their independence in their home.
A landmark new report published today (Wednesday, February 24th) by Unchecked champions the value of regulation in Wales and calls on all Wales’ political parties to commit to maintaining and strengthening public standards and protections.
Labour’s statement on Economic Resilience and Reconstruction Mission has a “… worrying lacking of focus on job creation, productivity, competitiveness, entrepreneurship”, said Russell George MS, the Shad
Royal College of Physicians (RCP) Cymru Wales has written today (22 February 2021) on behalf of the Welsh NHS Confederation health and social care policy forum to the first minister and Senedd opposition leaders to call for a cross-government strategy for tackling wider health inequalities in Wal
The combined impacts of storms Ciara, Dennis a Jorge in February 2020 resulted in record rainfall and river levels, and some of the most significant and devastating flooding Wales has seen since the 1970s with 3,130 properties affected right across the country.
I am pleased to inform you that Cadw offered interim scheduled monument consent for this application (subject to various conditions) earlier this month. We are currently awaiting the applicant’s formal acceptance of the conditions before the consent is finally in place, at which point I understa
Cabinet will consider proposals for a new capital programme which would invest £116m across Council services and infrastructure over the next three years – and includes additional one-off Council funding of £9.4m for targeted priorities in 2021/22.
A constant flooding problem that Rhondda Cynon Taf Council have failed to solve even after spending many thousands of pounds of your council tax money on a system that is not fit for purpose, back in 2014 The cost of the Annual Service Agreement is £250.00 pa plus the cost of any parts require ov
Parents and carers in Rhondda Cynon Taf have received a letter outlining the school arrangements after half term – with Foundation Phase pupils returning to face-to-face learning in a phased approach from February 22.
Jeremy Davies, 55, has been a Mental Health Nurse for almost 33 years. In this feature he discusses his work, pay challenges facing NHS nurses and his hopes for the RCN's Fair Pay for Nursing Campaign.
Janet Finch-Saunders MS – the Shadow Minister for Environment, Energy and Rural Affairs – is concerned at the report into coal tips in Wales, which has found that some 600 have been classed as "high-risk".
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The Stroke Association is funding the world’s largest research study to investigate worrying reports that Covid-19 is causing life-threatening strokes [1-2]. As Covid-19 cases continue to rise across the globe, this critical research may help to prevent Covid-19-related death and disability.
The Council is making progress towards a repair scheme for Berw Road Bridge in Pontypridd – with consent being sought for initial work to reopen the bridge in the coming months, ahead of a full repair programme in 2022.
The Council has today started a second phase of public consultation on its 2021/22 Budget – with residents, businesses and other stakeholders now invited to have their say on the specific proposals as outlined in a Draft Budget Strategy.
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