The Vale of Glamorgan Council is holding a ‘consultation’ this week with local parents and residents before carrying out its proposed £100,000 re-vamp of the children’s play areas at Cliff Walk, Penarth and at the Cwrt-y-Vil playing fields.
Residents can tell the council what they think of the plans in a “consultation event” which will take place tomorrow Wednesday November 2nd from 16:00 to 19:00 at the Paget Rooms, Penarth.
The face-to-face consulation is being organised by Adam Sargent the council’s Parks and Open Spaces Officer .
The council had announced last month that it planned to carry out a scheme to “turn the play area into a cutting-edge facility” with what it called some “bold, attention-grabbing features” but had not explained what these new features would actually be .
Scarred by negative public reaction to its attempt in 2014 to install an unwanted skateboard rink in the Paget Road children’s play area, the council organised an “online survey” and a “drop-in session” to garner the views of local residents.