This area consists of one and two bedroom flats and three bedroom houses. The housing stock is a mix of airey and traditional build units in a good state of repair and with a well maintained external environment. The area is surrounded by the dramatic background of Drummau Muntain and there are several scenic walks in the surrounding area such as Coedbach Woodland and Croed y Graig Woodland.
The estate has local amenities including a licenced store and Longford Memorial Hall. Community groups liaise with the local School Dwr y Felin Lower to improve the area. The estate is just a 10 minute drive from Neath Town Centre and is in the immediate vicinity of a 24hr Superstore in Neath Abbey.
Neath Abbey is a small suberb containing a small area of designated old age flats.
There are several local facilities available including a Garage, Post Office, Takeaways and public houses. The area is also just 5 minutes by car away from Skewen.
Longford Memorial Hall @ 6.30pm
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Priority 1Youth Annoyance general non alcohol related
Location: regular high visibility patrols
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To view information on a PACT Project click the link. The current PACT Projects are:
- Hill Road Action Plan
- At the last PACT meeting, the main topic of discussion was traffic issues on Hill Road. Residents did not feel there were any other problems in the area to make priorities. Concerns for Hill Road were discussed as the road being ''Access Only'', the volume of traffic using the road and ignoring the road signs, the speed of traffic and noise pollution. I have held a multi agency meeting before the last PACT meeting. The issues will be taken into the next council meeting in October. We are looking to get barriers placed on the road so it cannot be used as a shortcut. This is being discussed at the council and traffic management. Any further updates I receive from them, I will place on our bobby. Residents also suggested temporary roll out speed bumps. I have enquired into this and the police do not have these resources. It is possible it belongs to the council. As discussed at the PACT meeting, the police will patrol the area as often as resources allow, taking into consideration that emergency factors will take top priority over this.
WE WILL :
Conduct regular patrols.
Carry out speed monitoring.
Continue to issue fixed penalty notices.
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