Wales’ new freeports unveiled
- Two new freeports set to be established in Wales - Celtic Freeport covering Milford Haven and Port Talbot, and Anglesey Freeport in North Wales.
- Both freeports aim to attract £4.9bn in public and private investments, with the potential to create around 20,000 jobs by 2030.
- Freeports designed to enhance Welsh Government investment and policies for stronger, fairer, greener local economies.
Ambitious building safety programme will make residents feel ‘safe and secure in their homes’
A significant update has been issued on a series of actions the Welsh Government is taking to tackle building safety issues.
A “simple, modern and fair” tribunal system will be significant step towards a Welsh justice system
The Counsel General will today [Tuesday 21st March] confirm a Welsh Government consultation to inform future legislation to establish a single, unified tribunal system for Wales.
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New powers for local authorities to address impact of second and empty homes come into force
Welsh communities will be better supported to address high levels of second home ownership and empty properties as new local tax rules come into force today.
Joint Statement on Bus Emergency Scheme
A joint statement from Welsh Government, TfW, WLGA, Association of Transport Co- ordinating Officers (ATCO), Confederation of Passenger Transport and Coach and Bus Association Cymru.
“Those involved weren’t judged, but loved” – the Pride events helping increase visibility of LGBTQ+ people in Wales
On Transgender Day of Visibility, more communities across Wales are being encouraged to apply for funding to host a Pride event to ensure every LGBTQ+ person can take part and celebrate being their authentic selves in their local area.