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Last chance: have your say on Bridgend town centre licencing policy consultation

The council are looking for responses to a proposal to adopt a Cumulative Impact Assessment for Bridgend town centre.

Under the Licensing Act 2003, the council as a licensing authority has the power to publish a cumulative impact assessment (CIA) every three years.

The assessment will assist the council to limit the number or types of licence applications granted in areas where there is evidence to show that the number or density of licensed premises is having a negative impact on a particular area.

Views from the public, the hospitality sector, and other interested parties are welcome.

The consultation is due to close on Wednesday 8 March 2023.

To share your views, residents are asked to visit the council’s website.

 

Bailey Bridge refurbishment begins in Newbridge Fields

The council has arranged for the refurbishment of the decking on the Bailey bridge in Newbridge Fields.

Due to these essential works, the bridge will be closed from 7.30am – 4.30pm daily for approximately 4 weeks.

The council apologises for any inconvenience this may cause residents and visitors.

 

Give blood and help save lives

The need for blood has never been more important. Can you help?

Welsh Blood Service need more people from the Bridgend area to sign up as donors to help patients across Wales.

Appointments are available at the following locations and dates:

  • Princess of Wales Hospital – 9 March 2023
  • Heronston Hotel – 24 March 2023

Please be advised that if you have recently had a Covid-19 vaccination, then you must wait two days before making a blood donation.

Book your appointment to help save lives today.