Have Your Say!

An important part of any Village Design Statement process is Public Consultation.

A Public meeting has been held on 8th March 2016 at the Village Hall and on the 11th march at the Barley Mow. All comments received are shown on the Feedback page

If you cannot attend, and you live in Trefonen, Treflach or Nantmawr then please “Have Your Say” by clicking the Send Email button below. You have until the 31st March to send your comments in. You are also free to comment any of the responses so far received.

In making any comments it should be remembered that the the purpose of a Village Design Statement is to try to preserve the unique visual character of our villages and surrounding area based on their history, heritage, natural environment and built environments. It is a tool to make sure that any new development respects the distinctive character of the our villages as defined by their inhabitants.

Village Design Statements do not detail what type of development should take place in a village or the state of local  Government services.

For more details of what a VDS is for, visit the CPRE website by clicking here. Documents prepared by the Countryside Commission offer even more information - Village Design Part 1 and Village Design Part 2

A Village Design Statement is NOT a planning document.

People living in the villages of Trefonen, Treflach or Nantmawr are invited to send their comments by email by clicking on the button below or sending an email to:


All comments received, by whatever  means, will be made available for others to see on this website on the Feedback page. All personal information, with the exception of names, will be removed (redacted) from the information shown.

It is intended to close this phase of the Public Consultation by 24th March 2016, just before Easter. After this time all comments received will be carefully considered. Further information on this process will be made available at a later data

The Consultation Period is now closed

Have Your Say

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