Council chiefs in Gwynedd
have now unveiled a suite of projects to create employment, support businesses, keep money local and support young people to stay in the area.
council housing portfolio holder Cllr Craig ab Iago said the authority was looking "push the boundaries" by ensuring more housing is allocated to people -to | Cllr Craig proposed new the emphasis housing needs with strong connections to the county.
has 119 schools which, according to Gwynedd
Ratepayer, means an average of 6 staff at each school if no one does anything else.
Business Week 2019, held between 20 and 24 May, will provide an opportunity to showcase and promote local business successes as well as providing a great chance for companies to come together to network and exchange ideas for the future.
Wales was broken up into 12 areas for the research and following Gwynedd
in second place was Flintshire and Wrexham.
Housing association Cartrefi Cymunedol Gwynedd
(CCG) is offering community and voluntary groups the chance to apply for funding of up to pounds 10,000 towards events, training, improving local facilities and schemes to improve local surroundings.
With the closing date of Tuesday, April 30 approaching, all independently-owned businesses located in Gwynedd
are being invited to submit their entries to be in with a chance of winning and gaining recognition for their success and contribution to the local economy.
It is interesting to note that the council's own Performance Report for 2014-15 says that "only 28% of Gwynedd
residents felt that they could influence decisions in their local community".
As a retired Gwynedd
councillor he must be aware that when the Plaid Cymru big shots on the council dropped their bombshell by suddenly announcing they intended to close, in one fell swoop, 27 primary schools in Meirionnydd and Dwyfor, two of the poorest areas in Gwynedd
, quite a number of his fellow councillors, of varying political persuasions, refused point blank to support this measure.
As the Leader of the group of elected Independent Councillors on Cyngor Gwynedd
I am adding our voice to this call for a transparent and open public discussion to take place on the future of emergency vascular services at Ysbyty Gwynedd
Quentin Deakin Founder of SOS Gwynedd
The plans have caused uproar in Gwynedd
with fishermen and tourist operators backed by politicians, calling for them to be dropped.