Latest News for Swansea and Gower from your local Liberal Democrat team. 

Trees to be cut back on Ferrara Square

Residents of Ferrara Square, were becoming increasingly concerned about the overgrown trees around Ferrara Square. Your Lib Dem FOCUS team contacted the Council, who have agreed to get the trees cut back early in 2023 ahead of the growing season.

4 Feb 2023

Overgrown Bushes Cleared

The Footpath on Trawler Road was beginning to become overgrown by bushes and impassable for pedestrians. Having been reported by your FOCUS team, the Marina Office came out and cut them back the very next day! Thank you to the Marina Office team for their swift action.

4 Feb 2023

Social Care Agency Costs Mounting

Over the last 3 years Swansea Council has spent more than £485,000 on agency staff for Social Care, at a time when there are more than 30 vacancies across adult and child social care.

4 Feb 2023
Welsh Claddiators
Swansea and Gower Lib Dems

Cladding Meeting

Welsh Labour Minister, Julie James' pact with developers to fix buildings affected by Building Fire Safety concerns has been branded “not worth the paper it is written on” by local campaigners.

14 Oct 2022

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