Councillors yesterday (3rd February) approved Neath Port Talbot Council's budget plans for the next financial year.
Neath Port Talbot Council will work alongside partners to safeguard the future of Cefn Coed Colliery Museum.
Today’s National School Categorisation System outcomes have shown that more schools across the ERW Region are responding well to support.
Councillors are due to consider a five-year plan to cut the number of people killed and injured on Neath Port Talbot roads this week.
Shoppers and visitors can now enjoy reduced parking in Neath and Port Talbot town centres.
The proposal to dim lights and not switch them off will be considered by a meeting of the Environment and Highways Cabinet on January 28th.
Community groups in the ward of Margam are set to benefit from an annual community fund of £17,500 for the 20 year lifetime of a new wood fired power station that is under construction on land adjacent to Harbour Way in Margam.
A report setting out the next steps towards the formal adoption of the Neath Port Talbot Local Development Plan (LDP) will be considered by Councillors next week (19.01.16)
Neath Port Talbot will once again host an evening of remembrance to mark Holocaust Memorial Day and to ensure that lessons from history continue to be learnt.
Following the closure of the consultation period on Neath Port Talbot Council’s budget proposals for 2016/17, the authority’s political leadership has announced its intention to prioritise schools in terms of the additional budget flexibility now available. This follows the better than expected provisional local government settlement announced by the Welsh Government before Christmas.
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