council news


Langland Tennis CourtsLangland Bay Tennis Courts are a real asset to both residents and visitors but have fallen into a very poor state of repair.

MCC is investigating possible options for the courts, including a potential asset transfer of all 6 courts and the public toilets, from City and County of Swansea to MCC. This will of course require considerable investment and MCC has undertaken detailed research into options for the courts and into any ongoing financial commitments that would be incurred by taking them on. In the meantime MCC has allocated more than £40,000 to undertake urgent repair work to the perimeter walls and for resurfacing two of the courts to enable them to be put back into safe use.

Go Underhill council news
The Go Underhill project has been many years in the planning - it started originally as “Underhill 2000” – and it will be some years before the whole project reaches fruition. The final project will not only significantly upgrade all the sports facilities at Underhill but will also provide a Community Hub incorporating meeting rooms
Skateramp council news

Following a PACT meeting where concerns were raised about the nuisance being caused by young people around the village, it was recognised that there is a real need for better provision for them.

Road council news
Mumbles Community Council has an on-going programme of road safety work to address issues identified by you, our residents. These are some of the works that have been or are being done over this year and next: Parking restrictions on West Cross Lane / Alderwood Road Double yellow lines on Castle Road, Oystermouth and the
council news
Preparatory work for the family area at ripples green MCC has been working on a five year plan to encourage people to enjoy the outdoors, beaches and parks and this year and next should see the completion of the following work: Repairing and renewing benches, picnic tables and chess tables all across the area Completing
No single use plastic council news
MCC goes for plastic-free meetings! We are a seaside village and we want our oceans to be clean and safe for many generations to come. We will be starting a campaign to encour- age Mumbles to go plastic-free. To show the way, MCC no longer buys single use water bottles and council- lors bring their