Phase 4 of Tylorstown Landslip Remediation is the proposal to make the hillside and Upper Llanwonno Tip safer.
The proposed project is to move most of the tip material to the area of land to the rear of Old Smokey, to compact and landscape it, to regrade the remaining material on the hillside and install drainage to manage the water flows.
This will restore the hillside to a safer state and with the careful management and monitoring of the re-establishment of vegetation on the Receptor Site, and remaining tip site, will further the practical understanding of the challenges and best-practice measures associated with re-vegetating stabilised colliery material and provide a timely case-study of how to better manage and promote Valleys’ habitats in the future, for the wider benefit of similar scenarios in the country.
Residents can take part in the engagement exercise from Wednesday 05 January 2022 to an extended date of Wednesday 16 February 2022. This will be a Pre-Application Consultation process, so all feedback will be considered to help shape the final planning submission, for formal consideration.
You can view the latest versions of the plans for the project, along with other supporting material using the links below:
Have your say:
Residents will be able to have their say via
Let us know your thoughts on the Tylorstown Landslip phase 4 proposal
Call: 01443 425014
Write to the Council via
Research & Consultation
Public Relations & Strategy
Cambrian Industrial Park
Consultation with the team:
Please advise using the contact details above if you would like an invite to one of the online events (using Zoom), hosted by project officers to introduce the scheme and the consultation.
These will take place at 11.30am and 7pm on Monday, January 17, and 6pm on Wednesday, January 26. The cut-off time to request to attend these Zoom meetings is midnight on Sunday, January 16, and midnight on Tuesday, January 25, respectively.
Please view the Tylorstown Landslide Exhibition Boards which support this consultation