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Updated Plans For Regeneration Of Caldicot Town Centre

Back in 2013 Monmouthshire County Council committed to a project to invest and regeneration Caldicot, put forward by Caldicot Town Team. Now, Initial artistic impressions of how Caldicot Town Centre would look after regeneration plans have been published by the designers Roberts Limbrick. We do into more depth regarding the plans and give the option for you to express your views and concerns on the proposed plans. 

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A Busy Time Ahead For Caldicot

As we edge slowly toward Spring 2021, we wanted to give you a comprehensive update of all that is due to happen over the next couple of months. This article contains information on Regeneration, Business Grants, Consultation, Roadworks and much more. Grab yourself a coffee and click the link to read on. 

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Audit Wales Survey – Take Part

Your town, your future! COVID-19 has affected the whole of Wales. It has presented real challenges to businesses, retailers, public bodies, elected members and council officers across the country. With lots of uncertainty for all of us, Audit Wales is now undertaking a review on the future of Welsh towns.

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First Application For New Frontages To Properties Received

The first planning application has been received by Monmouthshire County Council in relation to the Urban Centre Property Enhancement Fund (UCPEF) as part of the wider Caldicot Town Centre Regeneration Plans developed in partnership with Caldicot Town Council, Caldicot Town Team and other Stakeholders. 

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Further Delays for Caldicot Cross

The final stage of the regeneration of Caldicot across area has been hit with delays, again. The issue is being caused by a culvert found running directly in front and under the front windows of shop premises and is leading to further delays in reopening of Chepstow Road. Georgie Davies, Public Liaison Officer for Alun Griffiths released this statement on Friday; “Unfortunately, due to unexpected issues with an existing culvert, Chepstow Road will remain closed to vehicular traffic until these works are complete. Please note, these works are being undertaken…

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Co-Vid 19 – Town Centre Outdoor Adaptations Grant

With the effects of CoVid still being felt right throughout the business community up and down the country, and, indeed across the world. Efforts are being focussed on supporting and improving things for our towns, villages and cities. 

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