The Ward of Rhoose is located near the Bristol Channel and is one of the fastest growing villages in the Vale of Glamorgan, one of these developments being Rhoose Point which is the most southerly point of mainland Wales, offering fantastic views over the Bristol Channel to Somerset. The village is the location of Cardiff Airport, formerly RAF Rhoose, a Holiday Park, a small shopping precinct, three public houses, a Social Club and an active Surf Life Saving Club (Rhoose Lifeguards).
The team consists of PCSO Lewis Collins and PC Phil Davies who are committed to engaging with their community and being an integral part of the resolution of issues which are affecting residents' quality of life. Please feel free to contact us on the details below.
The next meeting is still currently being planned. Please check back soon for more information
To view information on the priorities click the link. The current priorities are:
Priority 1Road related offences other than speeding
Location: porthkerry road, rhoose
Location: celtic way / east aberthaw
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To view information on a PACT Project click the link. The current PACT Projects are:
- Anti-Social Behaviour - The Lagoon, Rhoose Point/Parking Bryn-y-Gloyn
- People are causing a noise nuisance and leaving litter at the lake near to residents' houses. There have also been concerns raised regarding youths jumping off the cliff and swimming in the lagoon and persons using dogs for rabbitting purposes. The issue of fisherman illegally parking in Bryn Y Gloyn has also been raised by residents.
- Speeding on Fonmon Road
- Residents are concerned that drivers are speeding along this road at all times of the day.
- Anti-Social Behaviour, Stewart Road Community Centre
- Youths are playing football within the car park of Stewart Road Community Centre.
- Drug Dealing
- Residents concerned about drug dealing, this will now be a pact project and Police Patrols will remain to be carried out in the area to ensure this has been completed resolved.
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