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Call on Welsh Government to Scrap Business Rates

Welsh Conservative Councillors have called on the Welsh Government to ensure that the 100% cut in rates for small businesses, announced by the Conservative Chancellor Rishi Sunak, applies to Welsh traders. 

What We're Doing For the Economy

Higher Pay. Lower Taxes. More Jobs. 

We can now afford to invest more in our economy. And that's because of the hard work of the British pepole. 

We've taken the tough decisions and together we've put our economy back on track. 

What We're Doing to Tackle Crime

More Police. More investment. Tougher sentences. 

It's time to get a grip on crime. 

That's why we're hiring more police. Breaking up county lines drug gangs. And introducing tougher sentences for criminals. 

Success on Winter Parking Charges

The Conservative Group on Swansea Council are delighted to welcome news that winter parking charges are set to be reduced, after a Scrutiny Working Group on parking charges was set up and Chaired by Newton Councillor Will Thomas.

Resign Call after Cardiff backed for Trauma Centre

The decision by the Abertawe Bro Morgannwg Health Board to back the decision to site the major trauma centre in Cardiff and not at Morristion Hospital is disgraceful and a slap in the face for people in Swansea and Gower.

Sketty Cllrs Raise Bus Concerns

Following concerns raised by residents in Sketty about the timetable of the No. 29 bus, local Councillors Steve Gallagher and David Helliwell met up with Justin Davies, the Managing Director of First Cymru buses to see what could be done.

No to Tax on Teachers and Pupils!

Conservative Councillors' are giving Swansea Labour Council zero marks for their proposals to charge teachers to park at their school and increase the price of school meals for pupils, as proposed in their budget for 2018, saying that they have got their priorities wrong.