Group of peopleConsultation

It is vital that we consult with our local residents, businesses and visitors to help us deliver the best possible services and provide value for money.

 

There are a great number of factors that influence decisions in local government and we want to ensure that the views of our residents are one of these. Although it would not be practical to consult our residents about every single thing we do, when it comes to the bigger picture, we will ask for input to help us make those decisions that affect us all.  

 

Public Engagement Framework

The Framework outlines how we will improve our engagement and offers guidance to staff embarking on engagement projects.

 

Public Engagement Framework

School Consultations


Consultations for education and schools across the Vale of Glamorgan

 

School Consultations

Public Opinion Survey

A bi-annual survey of around 1,000 Vale residents which measures how they rate the services that we provide.  

Public Opinion Survey  

Current Consultations

Our current consultations section includes the work of the Council as well as other public organisations that operate in the Vale.

 

Llanmaes Village Flood Alleviation Scheme

The Vale of Glamorgan Council is developing proposals for a Flood Alleviation Scheme in Llanmaes Village. The proposed scheme will require planning permission and we are therefore writing to local residents to give notice that AECOM Ltd., acting as Agent on behalf of Vale of Glamorgan Council, is intending to apply for planning permission for the implementation of the scheme. For more information, please see the letter to local residents below and the dedicated website, prepared by AECOM Ltd. If you'd like to respond to the consultation comments must be submitted by 18 May. 

 

 

Project Zero: 24 March - 12 May 

Project Zero is the Vale of Glamorgan Council’s response to the climate change emergency.  Project Zero brings together the wide range of work and opportunities available to tackle the climate emergency, reduce the Council’s carbon emissions to net zero by 2030 and encourage others to make positive changes.

 

Project Zero- Have your say

 

Review of statues, monuments, street and building names and suggestions for future recognition and commemoration.

The Council is proactively reviewing all statues and commemorations in the Vale of Glamorgan. This work will ensure statues and commemorations on public land, as well as the names of streets and buildings are representative of local people’s values and those of a modern, inclusive Council. If you have seen a commemoration that you think should be reviewed to ensure it is appropriate, please complete our online form. Please ensure you include the location and reason for review.

 

Recognition and Commemoration

 

Active Travel Network Maps

The Active Travel Network Map Consultation will be undertaken in three stages, starting in December 2020 and running until December 2021. We want to provide the Vale of Glamorgan with a network that allows for walking and cycling to become the most natural and normal way of getting about for local journeys. 

 

Find out more and have your say- Active Travel Consultation

 

Cardiff and Vale Advocacy Consultation

We are seeking your views to inform the development of the Cardiff and Vale Advocacy Strategy that will set out our vision for advocacy for the next five years. This consultation will close on 30 April. 

 

Find out more and have your say - Cardiff and Vale Advocacy Consultation  

 

New Housing Development - Requirements for School Places

There are a number of new housing developments in the Vale. We are asking residents who are moving to new housing developments to let us know their requirements for school places. Please read the letter below and respond to the online survey.

 

 

Previous Consultations

The Future of Penarth Pier Pavilion

The Vale of Glamorgan Council is committed to securing the future of Penarth Pier Pavilion as a community facility. As we enter this new chapter in this building's history, we are excited to explore new opportunities and facilities for every member of the local community, ensuring the sustainability for current and future generations. This survey closed on 21 April. The comments will now be analysed and future options considered. 

 

M4 Junction 34 to A48 Transport Improvements - WelTAG Stage Two Plus

Improving Strategic Transport Encompassing Corridors from M4 Junction 34 to the A48 at Sycamore Cross Highway Link Study – WelTAG Stage Two Plus (Outline Business Case). 

 

Public Spaces Protection Order - Controlled Alcohol Zones

The Council's Cabinet recently agreed to consult on the proposal to vary the current Public Spaces Protection Order (PSPO) in place by increasing the restricted areas covered by it, in respect of alcohol related Anti-Social Behaviour. This consultation has been extended until 2 November 2020. 

 

Improvements to Barry's Green Infrastructure

The Council has received funding from Welsh Government through the Targeted Regeneration Investment (TRI) Programme - Green Infrastructure,  to undertake improvements to Barry’s Green Infrastructure. 

 

Rhoose Community Facilities - Grant Fund 

We are asked local community groups to submit bids for section 106 community facilities money.

 

Rhoose Sustainable Transport 

The Council has secured Section 106 funding, which can be used for sustainable transport purposes, from the Taylor Wimpey development accessed via Porthkerry Road. 

 

Land Required for Gypsy and Traveller Sites 

Invitation to Submit Candidate Sites. This consultation ran from Monday 17 February - Monday 30 March 2020. A report will be presented to the Council's Cabinet in due course. 

 

Car Parking Charges

Following a public consultation in 2018 on a draft parking strategy for the Vale of Glamorgan, the Council revised it's proposals for introducing charges to some car parks in the Vale. These proposals were presented to the Council's Cabinet in February 2020. 

 

Cabinet Report - Car Parking Charges 

 

Legal Notices have now been published on the proposed charges for Country Parks and Town Centre car parks.  

Want to know more?

If you want any more information about consultation in the Vale of Glamorgan then email