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The City Council has received a request to add the name of a fallen soldier in World War 2, from Glasinfryn, Bangor to the War Memorial at Deiniol Road, Bangor.
This Notice is served to inform the community of the proposed addition to the names inscribed at the above-mentioned War Memorial. Details and evidence of the service person stated below have been lodged with the City Council and appear to be satisfactory to enable us to add the details to the plinth.
If anyone wishes to inspect the lodged documents and evidence they can be seen at the City Council’s Offices during normal office hours of 9.00am - 4.00pm Monday to Friday.
Any objections or comments may be made to the office before the expiration of 28 days of the date of this Notice.
The City Council has grave concerns about plastics pollution which is a huge environmental problem that is endangering marine life.The City Council notes that
The City Council and its Members therefore:
a. Calls on the Welsh Government to act as a matter of urgency to implement a levy on single-use plastics in Wales as well as considering to raise a levy on all plastics to help ensure that Welsh seas are clean, healthy, safe, productive and biologically diverse; and
b. will also endeavour to work with all partners from all sectors within the City to
work towards becoming a plastic free Bangor.
Bangor City Council has resolved to repair and restore the Garth Pier which has not received any major maintenance works for many years and is now in need of a refurbishment. The last restoration and renovation programme was in 1986.
Due to the precarious nature of this work substantial scaffolding is required as is stringent Health and Safety measures. There is also a requirement to dispose of all waste material in compliance with the regulations and a Marine Licence application was made and lodged with Natural Resources Wales and a dialogue has been ongoing with other interested parties.
The City Council apologises for any inconvenience during this construction project but these works are deemed necessary to secure the future stability and safety of the Pier for future generations to enjoy.
With the agreement of Dafydd Hardy Varsity and Williams and Goodwin letting agencies, HMO/Student ‘To Let’ Boards have been or will be removed from all properties in the City. This is to improve the visual amenity and general appearance of the area as there had been comments and concerns about the number of signs that were displayed.
Gwynedd Council Officers will approach all other letting agencies with boards up to persuade them to follow suit with this ‘gentleman’s agreement’.
We believe it involves over 600 ‘To Let’ Boards removed when completed.
This has been achieved through the work of the Bangor Image Group as Chaired by Cllr John Wyn Jones.
This is a great result and will vastly improve the appearance of the City. Thanks go to Gwynedd Council Officers for their help in this matter and the Agencies for their goodwill and co-operation.
This is a fine example of us all working together to achieve something tangible on the ground.