The Council has begun an important flood alleviation scheme at Granville Terrace in Mountain Ash to carry out repairs and help improve the control of debris in the watercourse – requiring a local road closure at Allen Street.
Cabinet could agree to progress proposals for a new £8.5m school for Ysgol Gynradd Gymraeg Llyn-y-Forwyn – which would deliver 21stCentury facilities and improve the quality of Welsh Medium primary education in Ferndale.
The Council will begin to install touchless technology at six busy pedestrian crossings, in a trial funded by Welsh Government as part of its support for sustainable transport measures in response to COVID-19.
As part of its journey towards rigorous improvements in its maternity services, Cwm Taf Morgannwg UHB has made an official response to the thematic report published today, January 25, by the Independent Maternity Services Oversight Panel (IMSOP).
The Council’s important work to make local routes and paths more accessible has been praised by Sustrans – which has shared the story of a resident who is now benefitting from the removal of access barriers near her home.
Cabinet will receive an update on the Council’s investment and commitment to expand Welsh Medium education in Rhondda Cynon Taf, working towards the outcomes outlined in its Welsh in Education Strategic Plan (WESP).
Arts Factory is an independent development trust that was established in 1990 by local people who were tired of being labelled as “problems” and who wanted to work together to improve the quality of their lives. We are based in the Rhondda Valleys in South Wales. Arts Factory exists to build a stronger, more inclusive community by creating opportunities for people who feel marginalised and excluded to develop skills,
supportive social networks, self-confidence and self-esteem by contributing to team based projects that: