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“A key moment in our efforts to address the Welsh housing crisis,” says Plaid Cymru Gwynedd Leader

“This is a key moment in our efforts to address the Welsh housing crisis facing our communities,” said Plaid Cymru Gwynedd Leader, Dyfrig Siencyn, “one which could have a fundamental impact on the ability of local people to buy, rent and live in their own homes within their own communities.” The Plaid Cymru Gwynedd Leader was responding to today’s announcement by the Welsh Government Climate Change Minister, Julie James which sets out plans to intervene in the market in the Dwyfor area, as a pilot scheme, to support local people to live in their local communities and make changes to the planning regulations to manage better the local housing stock.
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Proud to see apprenticeships turning into Gwynedd jobs

Twelve people who have completed their apprenticeships from Gwynedd Council have now taken up posts within the organisation. "They include roles like a Communications and Marketing Officer, Highways Technician, Customer Advisers, HR Assistants, Youth Deputy Leader and Care Assistant," said Plaid Cymru Councillor, Nia Jeffreys (pictured), who has responsibility for careers at Gwynedd Council.  So far this year, 30 apprentices have been appointed to work for the authority, with more to come in the coming months. The intention is to offer 20 apprenticeship jobs within Gwynedd Council annually, going forward.
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Harlech Councillor welcomes new business boom to the town

A business boom has hit Harlech, as three new businesses open their doors on the high street. Plaid Cymru Councillor for Harlech, Gwynfor Owen visited the newly opened patisserie, model railway shop and gallery recently to wish them well. (Councillor Gwynfor Owen is pictured with artist, Jane Chapman, who owns newly opened Galeri Harlech with husband Reg
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