There’s a lot happening in Caerleon – thanks to Labour

  • The spring edition of Caerleon News – Caerleon Labour’s  newsletter – will soon be reaching every house in the town. But here’s a foretaste – just to show you what our elected represenatives have been doing for the community.

    Councillors Cliff Suller, Gail Giles and Paul Huntley have been working hard to protect and improve Caerleon. It means that:

    • New safeguards for  “green wedges” around Christchurch as well as the areas between Caerleon, Malpas and Cwmbran are now being introduced under the revised Local Development Plan
    • Plans for a new Caerleon railway station are now being looked at as part of the Labour City Council’s Local Development Plan, and the Labour led Welsh Government’s £4bn Metro Scheme
    • Caerleon’s library will be moved from the Comprehensive School to modernised premises in Caerleon Town Hall. It’ll provide easier access for pedestrians and bus users, and will improve security at the school

    There’s news from Rosemary Butler AM about

    • the Welsh Government’s multi-million pound contribution to the regeneration of Newport
    • the Newport Ship
    • an extension of the small business rate relief scheme
    •  the continuing success of the Jobs Growth Scheme which has already helped 700 young Newport people to find a job.

    And we list just some of the important reasons why Newport people should vote Labour in the General Election on May 7th.

    To see Caerleon News Spring 2015 Click Here

     


    March 8th, 2015 | Caerleon Labour | Comments Off on There’s a lot happening in Caerleon – thanks to Labour |

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