Here are some recent examples of what you said and how we listened.
The Vale of Glamorgan Council's Arts Development Service is currently reviewing its Arts Strategy.
Vale LDP – Further Matters Arising Changes Consultation
The Council is consulting on proposed further changes that have emerged as a result of the additional hearing sessions of the LDP Examination. The 6 week public consultation on the Further Matters Arising Changes (FMACs) ran from 17 February to midnight on 31 March 2017. Further details can be found on the LDP Examination page.
The Council is investing £200,000 in upgrading three play areas in the Vale. Thank you to those who have taken the time to fill in this survey. The responses are now being considered.
The Vale of Glamorgan Council has received Section 106 community facilities funding from a local development within Penarth. This funding will be used to improve some of the features and facilities at Wordsworth Park. Thank you to those who have taken the time to fill in this survey. The responses are now being considered.
Consultation on the proposal to establish two new mixed sex secondary schools in Barry in place of the existing single sex schools, Barry Comprehensive and Bryn Hafren. Thank you to those who have taken the time to fill in this survey. The responses are now being considered.
Thank you to those who responded to the childcare sufficiency assessment. The aim of this survey was to assess childcare in the Vale and the responded will help us improve the services that we provide for you.
The aim of this survey was to obtain the views of public transport users on services provided in the Vale of Glamorgan. Thank you to those who took the time to respond to the survey. The responses are now being considered.
The Council is proposing to improve and enhance four areas of open space in north Penarth. Local residents, school pupils and anyone else with an interest in the future of open spaces in north Penarth were invited to have their say. The responses to this consultation are now being considered. If plans are approved, improvement work will begin in Spring 2017.
The Council proposes to increase Welsh medium secondary school places in the Vale of Glamorgan by expanding Ysgol Gymraeg Bro Morgannwg on its current site to accommodate future demand.
Residents were asked how they thought we could improve Gladstone Gardens and what their priorities would be. This consultation is now closed and the responses will be considered before a decision is made on how to progress. The authority is grateful to everyone who took the time to fill in the survey and to those who let us know their views.