Background

Rhondda Cynon Taf County Borough Council is a Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) Charging Authority. Since its CIL charges took effect on 31st December 2014, it has published a Regulation 123 list on its website.

The Regulation 123 list is a list containing infrastructure projects that may be fully or partly funded by CIL.

Proposed Changes

As a result of the decision of Cabinet on 17th November 2020 the Council is consulting on some changes to its Regulation 123 List. The consultation is for a period of 28 days from Tuesday 24th November to Monday 21st December 2020.

The proposed changes to the Council’s Regulation 123 List are set out in the following table:

Infrastructure Requirement (Original List)

Proposed Amendment

Reason For Amendment

Education Projects

 

 

 

 

 

New/additional education  provision to serve the land at Mwyndy / Talbot Green;

To remain unaltered

N/A

New/additional education provision to serve Trane Farm, Tonyrefail

To remain unaltered

N/A

New/additional education provision to serve Station Road, Church Village

To remain unaltered N/A
New/additional education provision to serve Taffs Well To remain unaltered N/A
New/additional education provision at the former open cast site north of the A473, Llanilid To remain unaltered N/A

New/additional education provision at Ystrad Barwig Farm

Remove from list

Given the Welsh Ministers decision letter dated 5th March 2020 to refuse outline planning permission for residential development

Transportation Projects:

 

 

Provision of the A473/A4119 Talbot Green to Ynysmaerdy Relief Road

 To remain unaltered

N/A 

A4119/A4093 roundabout, Tonyrefail – partial signalisation, widening of northbound approach, entry and circulatory widths and widening

A4119/A4093 roundabout, Tonyrefail – signalised junction and active travel improvements Partial revision to wording

A4059 Southbound approach to Asda roundabout – capacity enhancement

Remove from list Work completed

Llanharan By-Pass

To remain unaltered N/A

Cynon Gateway (A465)

To remain unaltered N/A

Mountain Ash Cross Valley Link

To remain unaltered N/A

South Coed Ely Link Dualling-upgrade the A4119 between Talbot Green and Coedely to dual carriageway standard

To remain unaltered N/A

A4119 Castell Mynach signalised junction 

To remain unaltered N/A

Llanharan Community Route – Construction of new active travel routes

To remain unaltered N/A
Trefforest Industrial Estate – Construction of new active travel routes To remain unaltered N/A
Trefforest Industrial Estate – New railway station Add to list

To provide a sustainable travel option for an expected increase in commuters to the new DWP building, which will accommodate up to 2000 employees and reduce the impact on the congested A470 and already over capacity junctions at Nantgarw and Upper Boat.

A473 between Tonteg Roundabout and Upper Boat Roundabout  Add to list

It will encourage modal shift and lead to the removal of cars from the strategic highway corridor in the north of the County Borough, reducing traffic congestion at key pinch points where air quality is consequentially high.

A passenger service to Hirwaun would also ensure a high level of current and future accessibility to employment and other services both locally and elsewhere in the region.  

A473 between Tonteg Roundabout and Upper Boat Roundabout  Add to list Underperforming due to numerous sub-standard junctions

Consultation details

Responses to this consultation can be submitted by post or email from Tuesday 24th November to Monday 21st December 2020.

By post to:
Enforcement Team
Sardis House
Sardis Road
Pontypridd
CF37 1DU

Email responses should be forwarded to:  CIL@rctcbc.gov.uk

Data Protection

Any response you send us will be seen in full by Council staff dealing with the issues which this consultation is about. It may also be seen by other Council staff to help them plan future consultations. The Council may publish a summary of the responses to this consultation.  We may also publish responses in full.  Normally, the name of the person and/or organisation who sent the response are published with the response.  This helps to show that the consultation was carried out properly.  If you do not want your name published, please tell us this in writing when you send your response.  Any responses to this consultation may be published on the Council’s web-site and may be available as a public document at Council Offices.  

Should you have any queries with regards to the proposed changes to the Regulation 123 List please contact Leanne Lott on 01443 281128.

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