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Council carries out flood prevention work in Dinas Powys and Sully - 21/01/2022

The Council has secured more than £140,000 from Welsh Government to investigate how homes in Dinas Powys can become more resilient to flooding and work has begun to install flood protection measures in 20 Sully.

 

Council to spend £1.5 milion on new flats in Barry - 19/01/2022

Council to spend £1.5 milion on new flats in Barry

 

OVO Bikes return to the Vale of Glamorgan - 17/01/2022

USERS are being offered a free £5 credit to mark OVObikes return to the Vale of Glamorgan.

 

Council extends consultation period for local development plan - 17/01/2022

Council extends consultation period for local development plan

 

Vale of Glamorgan Council recognises Holocaust Memorial Day - 14/01/2022

The Vale of Glamorgan Council marked the international day of remembrance with exhibitions held at Art Central Gallery and Penarth Pavillion.

 

Vale Nature Partnership Community Grant - 13/01/2022

The Vale's Nature Partnership are looking for projects which will deliver upon our aim to maintain and enhance biodiversity

 

Vale Public Services Board launches next stage of Wellbeing Assessment - 13/01/2022

The Vale of Glamorgan Public Services Board (PSB) has recently launched the Wellbeing Assessment consultation and is inviting residents to share their views on the Assessment.

 

Puppy breeders prosecuted by Vale of Glamorgan Council - 12/01/2022

A Bonvilston couple who engaged in illegal dog breeding practices have been ordered to pay more than £450,000 following a successful prosecution by the Vale of Glamorgan Council.

 

Vale of Glamorgan Libraries have submitted 3000 historical images to the Peoples Collection Wales Project - 04/01/2022

Photographs of the Vale, dating back to the 19th and 21st century, have been collated and curated by Libraries in the Vale, and submitted to the Peoples Collection Wales Project.