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  • Councillors to consider redesigned traffic orders for Neath
    23 January 2015

    Proposals are going before councillors next week to consider a redesigned Neath Pedestrian Area Traffic Order.

  • Public lighting renewal scheme enters final phase
    23 January 2015

    Work has started on the final phase of the multi-million pound lighting renewal project in Neath Port Talbot.

  • Ministerial visit for scheme to lift people into employment
    22 January 2015

    Lesley Griffiths AM, Minister for Communities & Tackling Poverty, today visited the Afan Valley to witness first-hand the work undertaken by the Afan Valley Communities First Cluster and a project to assist people in workless households to enter employment.

  • Traffic scheme changes to enable next phase of campus entrance works
    20 January 2015

    Road users are being advised of changes to the traffic management scheme in place on Fabian Way. The adjustments are necessary to enable the next phase of works on two new entrances to Swansea University’s new £450m Bay Campus. From Wednesday 21st January to Friday 27th February 2015 both the eastbound and westbound carriageways will be reduced to single lanes during the off-peak times, from 9:30am - 4:30pm. Two lanes will be open during peak periods.

  • Holocaust Memorial Day 2015
    19 January 2015

    Schools from across Neath Port Talbot will soon come together for an event to mark Holocaust Memorial Day, and to ensure that lessons from history continue to be learnt.

  • On the road with GreenBob SquareBox and Tidy Ted
    16 January 2015

    Neath Port Talbot Council’s recycling mascot GreenBob has teamed up with Tidy Ted for the Gregory Brothers all-singing, all-dancing environmental show.

  • Stepping up the fight against Child Sexual Exploitation in Neath Port Talbot
    12 January 2015

    Whilst issues of Child Sexual Exploitation in Greater Manchester have been widely reported over recent months, organisations in Neath Port Talbot and right across the Western Bay area have been working proactively to pre-empt and avoid problems rather than wait until they surface.

  • Local contractors win work on Neath Town Centre’s redevelopment
    09 January 2015

    Three local contractors from Neath Port Talbot have been awarded work packages by Kier Construction on the first phase of the redevelopment of Neath town centre.

  • Traffic scheme altered as campus entrances take shape
    09 January 2015

    Road users are being advised of forthcoming changes to the traffic management scheme in place on Fabian Way. The adjustments are necessary to enable the next phase of work on two new entrances to Swansea University’s new £450m Bay Campus.

  • Social Care and Health working towards seamless services
    08 January 2015

    As many A&E services are jammed, Neath Port Talbot Social Services have bucked the trend by working closely with the Local Health Board to reduce the cause of these problems.

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