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The Council will provide support of £500 for residents and £1,000 for businesses which have suffered internal property damage through flooding
18 February 2020
Exciting improvements that will increase the capacity for lessons and different activities in Sobell Leisure Centre's Pools have been confirmed.
Rhonda Cynon Taf Council is working in partnership with Interlink, Community Groups and our Communities to coordinate a community response to flooding and ensure we get the right help to the right locations as soon as we can.
Council Leader Andrew Morgan has established a Recovery Board to co-ordinate the Council's recovery plan following the devastating impact caused by Storm Dennis over the weekend
17 February 2020
Adverse weather conditions are expected to affect Rhondda Cynon Taf this weekend
The Council is asking residents to do their bit, where possible and safe to do so, to help alleviate the risk of flooding
14 February 2020
Pontypridd's Llys Cadwyn development has this week reached a major landmark as contractor Willmott Dixon will hand over the first building to the Council tomorrow, in accordance with the agreed programme
13 February 2020
Having considered the feedback from a recent consultation process, Cabinet has agreed to implement a new Business Rate Reduction Scheme to help around 485 local businesses reduce their business rates in 2020/21
Cabinet has considered feedback received from an extensive and wide-ranging consultation about the draft Corporate Plan 2020-2024 – and agreed for it to be presented to Full Council next month
The Council will carry out a series of overnight ground investigations at A4119/A4093 Tonyrefail Roundabout from February 14, to inform a future scheme intended to improve traffic flow at peak times