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Barry residents "right to be concerned" about incinerator

South Wales Central AM Andrew RT Davies has joined local residents in expressing concerns over the incinerator at Barry Docks.

 

Mr Davies, who opposed the planning application for the plant, met with residents on Dock View Road last week to discuss the impact it will have.

Davies pays tribute to Caerphilly Council Leader

Commenting on the news that Leader of Caerphilly County Borough Council, Councillor Keith Reynolds, has sadly passed away – Leader of the Welsh Conservatives Andrew RT Davies has paid tribute to him for his dedication and commitment to public service.

 

Davies makes a success of breakfast at McDonalds

AM for South Wales Central and Leader of the Welsh Conservatives Andrew RT Davies met with multiple franchise owner, Ron Mounsey, to learn more about the successful franchises across south Wales.

 

Davies welcomes Port Talbot prison plans

South Wales Central AM and Leader of the Welsh Conservatives Andrew RT Davies has welcomed plans for the building of a new prison in Port Talbot, claiming it will bring huge benefits to the Vale.

 

"End the stigma surrounding mental health"

More must be done to end the stigma and discrimination surrounding mental health issues, according to Welsh Conservative Leader and South Wales Central AM Andrew RT Davies.

 

Serious crimes by under 10s "a concern"

South Wales Central AM Andrew RT Davies has expressed his concern after a considerable increase in the number of serious crimes committed by children in the area.

 

Scrap park homes levy

The Welsh Government should scrap charges on the sale of park homes, according South Wales Central AM and Leader of the Welsh Conservatives Andrew RT Davies.

 

Cardiff Devils victory a huge boost for our city

Commenting on Cardiff Devils securing the British ice hockey title for the first time in 20 years, South Wales Central AM and Leader of the Welsh Conservatives Andrew RT Davies has paid tribute to the team for their victory and has said it will be beneficial for the whole of Cardiff.