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AM Notified of Raglan Development Call-In

Assembly Member for Monmouth Nick Ramsay has been formally notified by the Welsh Government of its intention to “call-in” a controversial planning application for 111 houses adjacent to the Monmouth Road in Raglan.

AM backs Electrical Safety First campaign

Monmouth AM Nick Ramsay is backing Electrical Safety First’s Safer Over 65 campaign to encourage constituents to check on the electrical safety of older family members or neighbours.

Nick joins congregation at Usk Carol Service

Monmouth AM Nick Ramsay joined the congregation for the annual Usk Civic Carol Service, held at Usk Baptist Chapel on Sunday evening.

The service was followed by a reception at the Sessions House, hosted by the Mayor, Cllr Alec Leathwood.

Sound fences proposed to alleviate traffic noise at The Bryn

Sound mitigation fences could be the best short term solution to reducing the deafening noise of traffic from a stretch of the A40 between Raglan and Abergavenny, which has been causing misery to residents of The Bryn, Dr Richard Morgan, the Welsh Government’s Head of Planning and Assessment Mana

AM calls for 30mph speed limit through Llanover

Monmouth Assembly Member Nick Ramsay is calling on the Welsh Government’s Cabinet Minister for Transport, Ken Skates AM, to reduce the speed limit from 40pmh to 30mph on the A4042 trunk road through the village of Llanover.

AM “Inundated” by M4 Black Route Objections

Monmouth Assembly Member Nick Ramsay has described how he has been inundated with e-mails from constituents worried about the proposed M4 Black Route, which they fear would cause irreparable damage to the unique and protected landscape of the Gwent levels.