Local News

Lyndon & Myles Discuss Lagoon with PM

The Leader of the Conservative Group on the City & County of Swansea Council, Cllr Lyndon Jones and Deputy Leader Cllr Myles Langstone recently used an opportunity to speak to the Prime Minister to promote the Swansea Bay Tidal Lagoon project.

Local Conservatives Support Lagoon

The Conservative Group on Swansea Council has written to Greg Clark MP, Secretary of State for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy, outlining the key reasons why the Swansea Bay Tidal Lagoon should go ahead.

Mumbles Cllrs Help Keep Langland Tidy

Mumbles Councillors, Myles Langstone and Will Thomas, joined local community group 'Help Keep Langland Tidy', which conducts beach cleaning on Langland Bay. 

Byron Delivers Speech on Tidal Lagoon

Byron Davies MP recently introduced Rt Hon Charles Henry to discuss his report on Tidal Lagoon Power at a packed meeting of key stakeholders from the Swansea Bay area and far beyond.  Byron spoke about his enthusiasm for the Tidal Lagoon project - the first in the world of its kind - and the bene

North Swansea Can't Cope!

Local MP Byron Davies and Assembly candidate, Lyndon Jones are strongly opposed to Labour's plans for thousands more houses across North Swansea.

Keep Gower Beautiful

Local MP, Byron Davies and Prospective Assembly Member, Lyndon Jones are calling on Gower residents to back their petition to keep Gower beautiful.The Welsh Labour Government are planning on removing the title of 'Area of Oustanding Natural Beauty' from Gower, despite huge local opposition.

Byron Davies said  “Local people across Gower are rightly furious at the Welsh Government for stripping Gower of its title as an ‘Area of Oustanding Natural Beauty’ and wanting to replace it with its own title.”Byron added “Gower was the very first area in all of Britain to be awarded AONB status, and we’re quite rightly, proud of that here. I don’t think that Labour Ministers sitting in Cardiff Bay quite get it.”Prospective AM, Lyndon Jones added “There’s also a larger cost to this - plenty of jobs rely on the way Gower is branded as a tourist destination. People from across the world come to the UK to visit AONB sites, of which Gower is one. This has a wider impact beyond the politics here, people’s jobs and businesses right across the peninsula depend on Gower retaining its AONB status and if elected as our Assembly Member, I’ll fight loudly against it."