Dog Fouling Consultation Begins

Rhondda Cynon Taf Council will shortly begin a public consultation process, following Cabinet's approval, on what measures residents would like to see put in place to tackle dog fouling across the County Borough.

03 July 2020

Cabinet Receives Update on Social Distancing Measures

Cabinet Members have received an update on the changes made to help residents maintain social distancing within popular public spaces – including markings and signage within Town Centres and parks.

02 July 2020

Community Activity Fund grants received by local groups

Community groups doing invaluable work in the Coronavirus emergency have received funding from the Community Activity Fund – with 27 grants approved for projects ranging from food parcels to well-being support.

02 July 2020

Funding of Almost £2m Secured to Take Forward Package of Rail Projects Across RCT

Five major transportation projects across Rhondda Cynon Taf have secured more than £1.9m of combined total funding as part of the South Wales Metro.

01 July 2020

Final reminder to renew Residential Parking Zone permits

The Council is reminding residents living within designated Residential Parking Zones that they must now renew their parking permits for the year 2020-21, if they have not already done so.

01 July 2020

Armed Forces Day 2020

With Armed Forces Day being held this weekend, RCT is reflecting on events past, which have been an annual celebration and family fun day for the County Borough, and an opportunity for residents to give thanks to our armed forces personnel.

27 June 2020

Schools looking forward to welcoming pupils back from Monday

Schools across Rhondda Cynon Taf are looking forward to welcoming the first pupils back to the classroom on Monday, June 29 – providing the opportunity for young people to Check In, Catch Up and Prepare with their teachers

26 June 2020

Assessing the financial impact of the Coronavirus pandemic

Cabinet has considered a report outlining the financial implications on the Council as a consequence of Coronavirus, as Local Authorities in Wales work with Welsh Government to find solutions to the financial challenges

25 June 2020

Contractor appointed and work to begin at Tylorstown landslip

A contractor has now been appointed to carry out Phases Two and Three of the Tylorstown landslip remediation – and this work, including the removal of 60,000 tonnes of spoil to two receptor sites, will begin on Monday

25 June 2020

Athletics facilities to reopen to the public

Following the latest easing of the lockdown regulations in Wales, the Council has confirmed that athletics facilities in Tonypandy and Aberdare are opening to the public on Monday, June 29

24 June 2020