Local News

New affordable housing development launched at Raglan

The new eagerly awaited Monmouthshire Housing Lys Cadoc development at Raglan was officially opened by Monmouth AM Nick Ramsay on Monday. Councillor Penny Jones was also in attendance at the opening event.

AM receives update on safety options for A466 Chepstow link road

MONMOUTH AM Nick Ramsay has received confirmation from the Welsh Government’s Cabinet Minister for Transport, Ken Skates AM, that the design development of a number of options to improve safety on the A466 link road at Chepstow is ongoing.

AM supports GPs’ concerns over changes to computer systems

MONMOUTH AM Nick Ramsay has written to the Welsh Government’s Cabinet Secretary for Health, Vaughan Gething AM, voicing local GPs’ dismay over proposed changes to their computer systems, which they claim would cause huge disruption to patient care.

Chepstow Bypass

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.

AM attends Severn Growth Summit

Monmouth AM Nick Ramsay joined around 350 delegates at a special Severn Growth Summit, organised by Welsh Secretary Alun Cairns and held at The Celtic Manor, Newport, on Monday.

AM seeks answers over A40 resurfacing delay

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

AM visits Monmouthshire Housing Association

Monmouth AM Nick Ramsay visited Monmouthshire Housing Association on Friday, meeting up with Chief Executive John Keegan before enjoying a tour of the Association’s impressive new building at Nant Y Pia House, Mamhilad.