Penarth Town Council are developing a number of exciting projects for Penarth and are keen for your input.
Are you interested in the future of Turner House? What are your thoughts on development of Penarth Cemetery, The Paget Rooms and the Kymin?
Penarth Town Council has, this week, launched a community consultation which asks local residents to put forward their views regarding the Town Council’s plans for the future development of its services and the facilities that it runs in the town.
The period of consultation is beginning with an Online Survey which went live on the Penarth Town Council website on 3rd July. The Town Council is planning to expand the range and quality of its services and the facilities that it manages and is very keen to hear the priorities of local residents.
Local residents are encouraged to visit the site to complete the survey – which asks for residents’ views on a number of issues including:
- Penarth Town Council’s collaboration with Amgueddfa Cymru-National Museum Wales involving the Town Council taking over the management of Turner House when Ffotogallery move to premises in Cardiff in 2019;
- Potential plans to restore the Cemetery Chapel and utilise it as a flexible community space;
- The facilities on offer within the Paget Rooms;
- The facilities on offer at the Kymin House and Grounds.
Residents also have the chance to comment on some issues that are not directly controlled by Penarth Town Council – such as town centre parking – which will allow the Town Council to pass on the views of local residents to the Vale of Glamorgan Council.
The online survey will be followed up by a number of meetings with local community groups where people will have the opportunity to put across their ideas in more detail concerning the services and facilities that are most relevant to them.
Residents and visitors are encouraged to visit the Penarth Town Council website at www.penarthtowncouncil.gov.uk and complete the survey.
The survey will run until the beginning of October and all residents that respond to the survey will receive feedback that explains how the survey results have informed the Town Council’s plans.
Hard copies of the survey are also available at the Council Offices in West House and in the Paget Rooms and the Kymin House (in Welsh and English) for people to pick up and complete in person.
With enquries, please contact:
firstname.lastname@example.org , 029 2070 0721.
West House, Stanwell Road, Penarth CF64 2YG