Pupils at Neath Port Talbot Council’s Welsh-medium 3-11 primary school Ysgol Gynradd Gymraeg (YGG) Cwmllynfell are enjoying extra space and modernised facilities after the successful completion of a £640,000 renewal project.
New and refurbished schools, the major redevelopment of Neath’s town centre, the building of a self powering technology centre to attract new jobs and investment and the nearly completed Plaza Cinema project in Port Talbot.
The historic turbine house located in Margam Country Park has been restored to once again provide electricity for the Margam Estate.
Neath Port Talbot Council has secured Welsh Government funding of £100,000 to design a replacement for the vital culvert at Castle Drive in Cimla, Neath, which collapsed due to torrential rainfall in October.
Neath Port Talbot residents are reminded that from this week all poultry and captive birds in the UK must be kept indoors in an effort to contain the spread of bird flu.
Update for Skewen residents from the Coal Authority (Friday 26 November)
Margam Country Park has been voted among the top ten most popular parks and green spaces in Britain following a public vote – the only one in Wales to get the accolade.
Councillors in Neath Port Talbot have agreed to reinvest more than £4m back into local services from a projected budget underspend to underpin the process of recovery from the pandemic.
Neath Port Talbot residents have been thanked for helping the county borough achieve a large increase in its recycling rate helping Wales maintain its position as one the world’s top recycling nations.
Neath Port Talbot Council’s Cabinet has agreed an updated Biodiversity Duty Plan demonstrating how it will continue to help halt the decline of biodiversity.