The headlines of the Evening Post 30th July 13 leaves
anybody with a terrible impression of Swansea City.
It tells us that the cost of cleaning up other peoples rubbish and dog mess equals £2.7 million a year. Of that total a half a million pounds is spent on clearing the City centre alone.
As a result, it is stated that the council is to enlist (employ I think it means) an enforcement company which will be responsible for issuing £75 fixed penalty notices to anyone who litters or doesn’t cleanup after their dog.
Additional litter teams will provide patrols of the city’s parks, beaches and car parks to ensure they are kept up to scratch.
If you know of any area in Mumbles that has a problem with litter please contact the Community Council at 01792 363598 who employ a special clean-up team to deal with such problems.
THIS IS A BEAUTIFUL LOCATION
KEEP MUMBLES CLEAN AND TIDY
PLEASE HELP US KEEP IT ATTRACTIVE BY DISPOSING OF YOUR RUBBISH CAREFULLY—USE ONE OF THE MANY
RUBBISH BINS PROVIDED.
CHIP PAPERS—POLYSTYRENE BOXES—CIGARETTE ENDS—
CANS AND BOTTLES—PLASTIC BAGS! (DON’T FORGET TO RE-USE THESE).
IF THE BINS ARE FULL—PLEASE TAKE YOUR RUBBISH HOME
CHANGES COMING INTO EFFECT FROM 30TH SEPTEMBER 2013 will allow property owners to build a larger range of extensions and garden buildings without submitting a planning application, it is announced by Housing and Regeneration Minister, Carl Sargeant “These changes will allow some of the smaller, less contentious alterations and improvements to houses to be exempt from the planning process”. (Editors view. Perhaps it might be wise to check with the Planning Office first?)
WHAT DO YOU THINK? please let us have your views.
(see article Evening Post 23 July 2013)
Oystermouth Radio is now broadcasting live round the clock using a new website. The station has 15 new shows and new presenters.
Mumbles and West Cross Photographic Society are holding their annual exhibition of members’ pictures in All Saints’ Church Mumbles from the 29th July to 10th August. Openeing times from 11 am ’til 4 pm daily. Admission is free and open to all
Our Financial Regulations can be found here.
Internal audit is carried out by someone independent and competent who reviews the council’s systems of internal control and reports to the council.
The external audit is the process by which an auditor, currently appointed by the Welsh Audit Ofice, reviews the council’s annual return and other documents as required, and reports to the council and to electors.
The annual return presents for electors and local taxpayers the council’s accounting statements and governance arrangements in the year and the external auditor’s opinion on them. These documents can be found below: