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24th February 2021
Vale's Business Control Excellence Awards: Serial Winner Strikes Again

The Building Control Excellence Awards were held again this year, and once again, Steve James was one of the winners. The scheme is being organised annually by the Vale of Glamorgan Council, to appreciate high-quality building work around the county. Steve James was highly commended for his Penarth project, ‘The Tower,’ which earned him the […]

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24th February 2021
New law passed to give more protection for tenants in Wales

New legislation has been passed in the Senedd, which aims to give tenants more protection, stability and security in their homes.  The Renting Homes (Amendment) (Wales) Bill will also bring greater clarity on landlord and tenant responsibilities, helping to avoid disagreements and difficulties.  The changes mean that from spring 2022, rental contracts in Wales will […]

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24th February 2021
First Ever European "24 Hour Race" Set For Cardiff

The "24 Hour Race" movement will be taking to the streets of Cardiff on March 14th, 2021 in a virtual fashion, to raise money and awareness to tackle modern-day slavery and human trafficking. The movement is the leading anti-slavery and human trafficking student movement and race in the world and holds events across the globe, […]

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23rd February 2021
Nell's point restaurant complex moves a step closer

Plans to convert the old public conveniences on Nell’s Point into a restaurant complex have moved a step closer after the Vale of Glamorgan Council entered a lease arrangement with developers Next Colour. The project, undertaken by the company behind the Oyster Wharf scheme in Mumbles, would see the 100-year-old Victorian building transformed into four […]

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23rd February 2021
Vale Waste crews receive abuse following the return of two black bag limit

Waste Crews in the Vale of Glamorgan have received abused from residents following the return of the two black bag limit. In a statement on Tuesday, the Vale Council said "Our frontline staff have continued to work hard to collect waste throughout the pandemic with minimal disruption. Abuse won't be tolerated." The two black bag […]

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23rd February 2021
Elite Status Reinstated For JD Cymru Premier and WPWL

It has today been confirmed that both the JD Cymru Premier and the Orchard Welsh Premier Women's league have had their 'Elite' status reinstated. The Football Association of Wales were informed of the decision by the National Sport Group and the status will return with immediate effect. This means that, although Wales remains in Alert […]

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23rd February 2021
Train Shed at BSC2 to be marketed for lease

The Vale of Glamorgan Councils Cabinet has approved plans to market the Train Shed building at the Innovation Quarter for commercial lease. The building which is known as the ‘Train Shed’ forms part of the BSC2, located within the Innovation Quarter, a Joint Venture between the Vale of Glamorgan Council and the Welsh Government. The […]

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23rd February 2021
Vale Libraries to host Aida the Storytime Drag Queen to mark LGBT History Month

The Vale of Glamorgan Council is celebrating diversity with a special event hosted by our Libraries Service to mark LGBT History Month. Drag Queen Aida H Dee will read a selection of her stories, including The Threeee Goats United, with the performance streamed across our libraries’ Facebook pages. Presented by Aida’s enterprise: Drag Queen Story […]

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23rd February 2021
Birdwatching in lockdown takes flight in the Vale

A recent survey from the RSPB has found that birdwatching has soared in popularity during the COVID 19 pandemic.  Over two thirds of people polled said they have used birdwatching and simply listening to birdsong as a way to calm lockdown anxiety. It seems that this family friendly actively has offered people the chance to […]

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23rd February 2021
Welsh Government sets out mission for more prosperous, equal and greener economy

Town centres are to be the focus of the Welsh Government's "mission" for post-Covid economic recovery. This includes making available an additional £270m to support business through the Development Bank of Wales. Operating alongside other Development Bank support, this represents a major investment in accessible finance for business and will help Welsh firms focus on […]

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