Neil Hamilton MS calls on constituents to have say on future of local economy

NEIL Hamilton, MS for Mid & West Wales and Leader of UKIP Wales, is calling on his constituents to have a say on the future of their local economy. Neil Hamilton, a member of the Climate Change, Environment and Rural Affairs committee, is encouraging people to participate in developing a Continue Reading

Council unveils ambitious housing plan

CARMARTHENSHIRE County Council has unveiled major plans to build more council homes and further improve its existing housing stock, including an ambition to move towards ‘carbon neutral homes’. Executive Board approved an impressive Carmarthenshire Homes Standard (CHS+) business plan this week (February 24, 2020) in a commitment to build on Continue Reading

The Historic Environment sector in Wales addresses climate change challenges

AN expert group has launched Wales’s Historic Environment and Climate Change in Wales Sector Adaptation Plan. Some of Wales’ most iconic historic sites and landscapes are threatened by warmer temperatures, rising sea levels, changing rainfall patterns and more frequent extreme weather events. The plan highlights the need for collaboration and Continue Reading

Carmarthenshire Net Zero Carbon Plan ‘not worth the carbon it’s written on’ claim Labour councillors

WELSH Labour Councillors have today criticised the Carmarthenshire Council’s Net Zero Carbon Plan as ‘not worth the carbon it’s written on’. A year on from the unanimous declaration of a Climate Emergency by Carmarthenshire Councillors, there was a heated debate on how the Authority should proceed going forward. Whilst the Continue Reading

Shadow Energy and Climate minister visits Kidwelly

LABOUR Shadow Energy and Climate minister Alan Whitehead spoke at Gwenllian Hall in Kidwelly about the climate crisis, criticising the Westminster Government for not being proactive enough about the issue. Mr Whitehead said: “We need bold, radical action now, if we are to come anywhere near reducing our emissions enough Continue Reading

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