The draft Public Participation Strategy details the actions that will be undertaken by the Council to encourage and facilitate all stakeholders to take part in the decision-making process. The draft PPS outlines the Council’s current position, as well as our short and long-term goals and how these will contribute to delivering our wellbeing objectives. This consultation is now closed.
The Vale of Glamorgan Public Services Board (PSB) are consulting on its Well-being Assessment. The Well-being Assessment is made-up of a suite of reports which bring together the many different factors which impact well-being. A View of the Vale of Glamorgan – An assessment of Current and Future Well-being brings together the findings of the assessment and provides the links to the four themed reports which provide a detailed analysis of data and evidence. This consultation is now closed.
The Council is currently consulting on the draft Review Report and draft Delivery Agreement. The draft Review Report considers the effectiveness of the adopted LDP and confirms the revision procedure to be followed in preparing the RLDP. The draft Delivery Agreement contains a Community Involvement Scheme and timetable for preparing and adopting the RLDP. This consultation is now closed.
Do you or your family need a pitch or yard in the Vale of Glamorgan? Opinion Research Services are working on behalf of Vale of Glamorgan Council to speak to Gypsy and Traveller families in the area. We need to find out how many pitches or sites are needed. This consultation is now closed.
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. This consultation is now closed.
The Council has some difficult decisions to make for next year's budget as cost pressures increase. We are consulting with residents on where they'd like to see funding spent or reduced, and how we could meet the shortfall. This consultation is now closed.
The draft Annual Delivery Plan (ADP) details the actions that will be undertaken in 2022-23 to improve local well-being and deliver the Council’s four Well-being Objectives. We want to know whether we've got our priorities right. This consultation is now closed.
The Council is required to produce and publish a five-year strategy setting out how we intend to promote the Welsh language and to facilitate the use of Welsh more widely in the Vale of Glamorgan.The aim of this consultation is to capture feedback from citizens and key stakeholders on the contents of the draft strategy and to feed into the process of developing an action plan to deliver on the aims of the strategy over the next five years. This consultation is now closed.
The Vale of Glamorgan Council and its local partners are seeking your views on possible changes in the vicinity of Barry Docks Railway Station. This consultation will close on 7 December, 2021.
Consultation on the proposals to reconfigure nursery provision in Penarth from September 2022. This consultation closed on 5 November, 2021.
The Vale Public Services Board (PSB) is undertaking a range of engagement activities over the next few months to inform a Well-being Assessment which will be published in May 2022. The initial survey, which was desinged to capture a range of information about residents' experiences of life in the Vale of Glamorgan closed on 19 September. The results will now be analysed, alongside other sources of data to produce a draft wellbeing assessment.
The Council has received S106 Public Open Space monies in Llantwit Major, which has been allocated to upgrade Windmill Lane play area. An online survey was used to capture the views of local residents. Responses to the survey will now be reviewed and a contractor will be appointed to design a new play area.
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.
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.
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.
An exciting opportunity has arisen to restore the iconic and timber framed shelter on Cliff Hill, Penarth, which has fallen into a state of disrepair. The shelter, that is no longer used as a bus shelter, is a valued seating area along the Penarth coastline.