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A brand-new £13.74 million school campus will be built in Cowbridge to double school spaces to 420 by September 2025
The lifesaving electrical device has been installed outside Rondel House, Maes-Y-Cwm Street, which provides a Day Service for Older People with assessed complex needs.
The Vale of Glamorgan Council has announced it will introduce the planned changes to garden waste and refuse collections from July
Bespoke 'place-making' plans are to be developed for each of the four towns in the Vale of Glamorgan following the Council's adoption of the Placemaking Wales Charter.
Following the lift of library fines during the Covid-19 pandemic, The Vale of Glamorgan Council is reintroducing the system to encourage library users to return items.
The Vale of Glamorgan Council has partnered with community safety organisations for the return of the Vale's summer safety campaign.
The Vale of Glamorgan council launched its first timed school street closure at Fairfield Primary school in Penarth earlier this month.
A programme of high priority improvements to Penarth Esplanade and the town's seafront is to be considered by the Vale of Glamorgan Council following an extensive public engagement exercise.
Cowbridge Town Council held its first community mapping session this month signalling the launch of a placemaking programme that will give the local community a voice in planning the future of the town.
Councillor Julie Aviet was voted new Mayor of the Vale of Glamorgan at the Council's Annual General Meeting (AGM) on 10 May.
As more people begin the switch to electric vehicle, the Vale of Glamorgan Council is working with Cardiff Central Region (CCR) to acquire additional funding to expand delivery of public EV charge points across the Vale.
The Public Services Board (PSB) have launched a new website which details its Well-being Plan for the next 5 years.
The Vale of Glamorgan Council has secured over £180,000 of section 106 funding to improve community facilities in Rhoose.
The Vale of Glamorgan Council is inviting event organisers to apply for 2023/24 event grant funding of up to £2500.
The Vale of Glamorgan Council's switch to electric vehicles has dramatically reduced the local authority's carbon footprint.
The Vale of Glamorgan Council has been working closely with some residents in the Vale to implement safe, temporary street closures for children to enjoy outdoor play.