Chepstow residents hoping for a site meeting with the Welsh Government’s Cabinet Minister for Infrastructure, Ken Skates AM, will have to wait until the outcome of the planning process is known, Monmouth AM Nick Ramsay has been told.
Monmouth Assembly Member Nick Ramsay has been told that a replacement sign on the southbound approach to the tunnels at Monmouth is unlikely to be in place until 2018/2019 - but should funding become available in 2017/2018 consideration would be given to initial work, such as the design.
Monmouth Assembly Member Nick Ramsay was disappointed to learn from the Welsh Government that there are no immediate plans to make safety improvements at the A40 pedestrian crossing point to Raglan Castle.
More needs to be done to warn the people of Wales about the deadly risks of exposing their skin to UV rays without effective protection in the form of sun cream, Monmouth AM Nick Ramsay said at the launch of Skin Care Cymru’s “Don’t be a Lobster” campaign at the Senedd last week.
Local AM Nick Ramsay is advising any constituents who have a complaint about their water supply or sewerage service, which their water company has failed to resolve satisfactorily, to take the matter up with the Consumer Council for Water (CC Water).
Monmouth Assembly Member Nick Ramsay says there is a need to go back to the drawing board and design a new policy to deal with the escalating problem of bovine TB as it is clear that the current Welsh Government policy is not working.
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