Llangattock Community Council is creating a Place Plan for the community's future in the next 15 years. It will help decide how our community develops; everything from housing to transport, retail and the environment and will tell the 'powers that be' what we care about in Llangattock.

It can't provide solutions for problems like the cost of living crisis but, between us, we might be able to find some ways to help.

The Place Plan could help our community address issues like problem parking, the environment, affordable housing, lack of properties to rent, local food production, a Llangattock shop and sustainable travel. These are just examples, though; what is discussed in the consultation is up to the residents of Llangattock.  If you want to learn more about it, please watch this presentation.

The consultation will take about a year, after which we will place concerns and solutions raised:

      • In the 15-year Place Plan
      • In our 5-Year Plan
      • Or in a Register of Residents' Concerns, which we can use to lobby service providers for improvements.

We have been conducting a survey of residents and had a lot of detailed answers which are currently being assessed.  Responses to mid-July can be read in this slide show, starting with the question "What works well for your community?", then "What doesn't work so well?", and lastly, "What can be done to improve it?".  Click the arrow at the bottom to move through.

We have also been holding a series of small-area consultations, which has reached a lot of people who did not attend the original meeting or fill out the survey.


We have created this interactive map, where we will record matters of concern to you, expressed through the consultation.

These are the groups that we think should have a voice, but if there are others you think should be heard, please let us know:


And these are some of the issues which could be discussed, what are your suggestions?

Llangattock resident, Tom White, has been pulling together some statistics about our community, which the data shows, has an ageing more economically inactive population, with fewer no-vehicle households than 10 years ago.  Scroll on the bar on the right to read his report.

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