End the delay on coal tip safety legislation

End the delay on coal tip safety legislation

Commenting on the news that coal tip repairs may further delay action to improve safety, Welsh Conservative Shadow Minister for Social Partnership said:

“The Labour Government in Wales has received millions from the UK Conservative Government to tackle the many disused coal tips which present a real safety issue for people in the valleys, but ultimately the responsibility lies with Labour to get this sorted.

“Three years ago, a review began into disused coal tips legislation. We are still waiting for this and for much-needed action from Labour.

“People living in valley communities are scared, the party supposed to be representing these former mining towns has seemingly abandoned them. Labour Ministers need to end the dither and delay and get on with introducing coal tip safety legislation.”

ICO makes a decision concerning the publication of Dangerous Coal Tips in Rhondda Cynon Taf

Rhondda Cynon Taf Council have appealed the ICO decision that the council must reveal coal tip locations to the residents of RCT, why is this council so secretive when it comes to public safety?

The RCTC case is with the First-tier Tribunal

The seven Chambers of the First-tier Tribunal deal with disputes in a number of diverse areas of the law.

Council Taxpayers will foot the bill for the council

Rhondda Cynon Taf Council why is it not in the Public Interest at the moment to publish locations of Coal Tips in RCT?

Clear South Wales’ Coal Tips

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