This is the latest news from Trearddur Community Council.
Isle of Anglesey County Council’s Housing Department is currently undertaking a consultation before reviewing its Common Housing Allocation Policy.
The main purpose of the consultation will be to identify whether community connection should be included within the Common Housing Allocation Policy.
As a Community / Town Council, we are eager to hear your opinion and comments.
The consultation will be held for eight weeks, and will commence on the 17th of June 2019, ending on the 5th of August 2019.
You can respond to this consultation by completing our online questionnaire, through the link below:
Thank you in advance for your support and I look forward to hearing your thoughts.
Caron Lloyd Jones
Financial and Data Analyst
Isle of Anglesey County Council
( (01248) 752 204
Anglesey’s unique geology has been granted by UNESCO the equivalent of ‘world heritage site’ status, with the potential for a boost to local tourism and community development.
Independent research commissioned by the Isle of Anglesey County Council (IACC) in 2015 revealed a potentially substantial financial benefit from GeoMôn activities, and UNESCO estimates Global Geopark status to be worth
some £2.7 million a year to Anglesey.
RSPB South Stack plan to graze The Range, Penrhosfeilw Common with a small, close shepherded flock of sheep in February & March. We would like to invite you to meet with us at a public information event about the work we are
doing. This is a special opportunity to discover more about this essential heathland management work, aimed at securing a future for the unique wildlife found here.
Visit us on Thursday 26th January between 3-6pm
St Ffraid's Church Hall
We look forward to welcoming you.
*Photo by Kevin Sawford (rspb-images.com). The RSPB is a registered charity in England & Wales 207076, in Scotland SC037654.
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