Monthly Archives: January 2015

Successful meeting to revive Conwy Civic Society

Conwy Town Council hosted a meeting on Wednesday evening in the beautiful surroundings of Conwy Guildhall to revive Conwy Civic Society. A society with a long and successful history but one now in need of a helping hand. The response was very

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Public meeting to revive Conwy Civic Society

A public meeting is being held on Wednesday January 28th to revive Conwy Civic Society. The society began in 1966 and was founded to defend the built environment of Conwy, Llandudno Junction and Deganwy.  After many years  the society has ceased

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Get your responses on the Planning Consultations into Welsh Government asap!

There are only 5 more days for you to respond to the various Welsh Government Planning Division Consultation Papers on design, the pre-application process, planning committees, delegation and the proposed Joint Planning Boards, as well as changes to the involvement

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Book Review: Homes for Welsh Workers by Stephen Kay

Review essay by Matthew Griffiths Stephen Kay, Homes for Welsh workers: from Robert Owen to the Garden City movement, with a gazetteer of planned communities in Wales, 1800 to 1939. Foreword by Jan Morris. 325 Press, Abergavenny. Paperback 2014: £10

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