This page is about what our countryside team do in Monmouthshire and gives you links to information on biodiversity, public rights of way and other areas of interest. What we…

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The UK Government (Ministry of Defence) has established a Covenant Fund which was set up to distribute £10 million per annum in perpetuity from 2015/2016 onwards, in order to fund…

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2014/2015 Students may be eligible for support if they are studying a full time course, including sandwich courses at a UK university or publicly funded college, which will lead to one of…

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Current Environmental Permit Applications for Public Consultation DPS Solutions Limited have applied to Monmouthshire County Council for an Environmental Permit to operate an Installation at:- Unit 4, Severn Bridge Industrial…

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The Single Integrated Plan (SIP) was created on behalf of the Monmouthshire Local Service Board (now Public Service Board).  This is an important plan for the whole County, not just…

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Identification and Inspection of Contaminated Land The Council has a duty to inspect land in the County to identify any that is contaminated. If, following a series of site investigations and…

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We will be starting the process for shutting down our existing Planning System on 16th February because we are replacing this with a new software system called Idox Uniform. This…

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The Monmouthshire Welsh Church Fund provides grants to help towards the advancement of: education and religion the relief of poverty art, libraries and museums other purposes beneficial to the community…

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This topic area includes standard trees, hedges, orchards and willow sculptures. Trees provide shade for summer playtimes, climbing and risk taking opportunities for children, shelter from wind, absorb traffic pollution…

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Vision Monmouth is an action plan for the future of Monmouth. It aims to enhance Monmouth’s economy, heritage and community. The final document has been produced following extensive consultation in the town….

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You can report an issue anonymously, but by registering your details you can track the progress of your report and receive updates as it is processed. If you’ve already registered…

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National Fraud Initiative – Fair Processing Notice As a public authority, we are required by law to protect the public funds we administer. We may share information provided to us…

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Monmouthshire County Council is responsible for the enforcement of private sector housing standards. The public health section of the Environmental Health department are responsible for; Assessing hazards within the private…

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Long Term Long term foster care involves a child or young person remaining with their foster carer, usually until reaching adulthood, leaving care and possibly beyond. This type of fostering…

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Our Bullying Prevention Strategy, supported by Monmouthshire Children and Young People’s Partnership, aims to encourage development of an environment where children and young people are less likely to be bullied….

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Monmouthshire has twelve Local Authority maintained school nurseries and children can be admitted from the term following their third birthday (provided there are spaces available).  Term dates are defined as 1st January, 1st April…

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The standard of your property is very important to us.  Any property that we let must meet our minimum standards.  This includes: All properties must be clean, well presented and…

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ABF The Soldiers’ Charity We give a lifetime of support to soldiers and veterans from the British Army, and their immediate families, when they are in need. www.soldierscharity.org    Alabare –…

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A wildlife pond for your grounds is a very rewarding project, and will attract a range of wildlife almost immediately. It is the most popular wildlife addition to school grounds,…

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Do I need planning permission? The rules for householders on what requires planning permission is changing on 30 Sept 2013 please download the Welsh government guidance to see if the changes affect…

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Monmouthshire Homesearch Monmouthshire Home search is the housing association letting scheme, run in partnership with us. There is one application form you need to complete regardless of whom you wish…

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Roads and streets are kept clean in Monmouthshire through our street cleansing programme. How often a road is swept depends on two things: Roads which have more traffic and have…

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Please place your recycling and waste out by 7am.   To use this service please collect yellow bags from your local Community Hub. You can collect more bags from the hub. Nappy and hygiene waste…

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Flood Risk Management Plan Under the Flood Risk Regulations 2009, Monmouthshire County Council, as the Lead Local Flood Authority (LLFA), are required to produce the Flood Risk Management Plan, which…

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Supporting people offers vulnerable people the opportunity to improve their quality of life, by providing a stable environment, which enables greater independence. Supporting people can help a wide range of…

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You can report an issue anonymously, but by registering your details you can track the progress of your report and receive updates as it is processed. If you’ve already registered…

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School Meals in Monmouthshire Promotional Film With school meals traditionally suffering from a less than tempting image of bangers, beans and mash, here at Monmouthshire County Council, we believe that…

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 Brenda Rees (B.A. (Hons); PGCE: Post Grad Dip Special Needs (SpLD) Brenda has been working for the SpLD Service for over 14 years.  Armed with a BA (Hons) degree from…

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Any report of suspected abuse is treated seriously. It is seen as a priority for prompt action and help.   We believe that all children, adults and young people in Monmouthshire have…

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Open data is data that anyone can access, use or share. This new Open Data page is currently undergoing testing, please do not rely on this information. Fill in the…

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Chepstow Library has a coding club aimed at young people aged between 11 and 17. Every Wednesday from 3.45pm to 5.15pm. The sessions are volunteer led, in a creative environment…

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Arts projects and school grounds Arts projects can be integrated into the school outdoor environment, or use it as an inspiration, to provide another way of seeing it. Thornwell school…

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Abergavenny   Abergavenny’s Youth Centre is found on Old Hereford Road. The Youth Centre boasts a brilliant skate park designed for use of all skating abilities. Abergavenny’s friendly staff offer young people…

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21st Century Schools Programme – Wales          What is it? It is a major, long-term and strategic capital investment programme. Its aim is to create educational communities…

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