News from Dyfed Powys Police a...

19 September 2017

Seminar for Panel members Members of Dyfed Powys Police and Crime Panel have attended a seminar to find out more about the work of the Commissioner. Police and Crime Commissioner Dafydd Llywelyn held the training day to help the panel, most of which are new members, to be fully briefed on various issues. They included an overview of the Police and Crime Plan; a presentation by Chief Constable M...

New household waste recycling ...

19 September 2017

A new facility allowing residents to recycle household items will open in Llandrindod Wells next month, Powys County Council has announced. The new household waste recycling centre (HWRC) will open on Waterloo Road on Wednesday, October 4. The council has been upgrading what was the popular community recycling site over the past couple of months to a HWRC. The new centre is centrally located to ...

Still money available for Powy...

19 September 2017

Financial help for ‘high street’ businesses in Powys that are in receipt of small business rates relief or have seen their business rates increase because of UK legislation is still available from the county council. Powys County Council is using money provided by the Welsh Government to help limit rises in business rates for high-street retailers in 2017/18 as a result of England and Wales-wide ...

Clear