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The next round of funding for the Coetiroedd Bach/Tiny Forest scheme is now open, the First Minister Mark Drakeford announced today while visiting Ysgol Pendalar in Caernarfon.
New preliminary 20mph data published today shows that speeds have reduced by an average of 4mph on main roads since the national rollout of the default 20mph speed limit.
Five local authorities are set to benefit from an £8m Welsh Government towns programme Climate Change Minister Julie James confirmed today.
Wales & West Housing’s Colchester Avenue development, located on the former site of the Three Brewers Pub, will see a mix of 50 new modern and energy efficient one- and two-bedroom flats in Penylan, Cardiff.
A new bridge built near Machynlleth has been described as a visual symbol of how Wales will ‘raise the bar’ when it comes to road building.
Motorists are advised to plan ahead before they travel as major road works and lane closures are set to begin on the A55 between junction 36 at the Warren Interchange and the Wales/England border at the end of January and continue until the end March.
Wales has beat its landfill reduction target and once again exceeded its recycling targets according to new figures published today (Thursday, December 7).
Wales’s already impressive recycling record is set to improve thanks to a new law that was passed in the Senedd last week.
Bill to tackle air and noise pollution passed in the Senedd, supporting a cleaner, healthier and greener future
New legislation has today (Tuesday, November 28) been passed in the Senedd, giving the Welsh Government greater powers to improve air quality and reduce noise pollution across Wales.
Climate Change Minister Julie James has approved the proposed sale of the Upper Cosmeston Farm site, inviting proposals which are required to meet new and demanding net zero carbon living standards.
The number of disused coal tips in Wales has been made publicly available today with interactive maps showing the locations of the 350 that are inspected more frequently.