MONMOUTH AM Nick Ramsay is calling on the Welsh Government to take urgent action to reduce the noise on the A40 between Raglan and Abergavenny following a meeting with local residents who are stepping up their decade long campaign for the road to be resurfaced.
MONMOUTH AM Nick Ramsay is calling on the Welsh Government to press ahead with much needed road safety improvements on the A466 link road at Chepstow, which claimed the lives of three people between 2013 and 2015.
Local AM Nick Ramsay was disappointed to learn that the Welsh Government’s Cabinet Secretary for Infrastructure, Ken Skates AM, would not be attending a site meeting with Chepstow residents to discuss conducting a feasibility study on a possible by-pass around the town.
MONMOUTH AM Nick Ramsay is pressing the Walsh Government to act swiftly to minimise the impact on local businesses which have been severely affected by the collapse of Carillion, including a Monmouth based company, which has been left with a £120,000 deficit.
Local AM, Nick Ramsay, has sought answers from the Welsh Government, as to why money has been found to resurface stretches of the A55 in North Wales with modern low-noise ‘whisper tarmac’, despite Labour Ministers claiming there’s no such money for a similar resurfacing along the A40 in Monmouths