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Pencoed Regeneration Strategy and Action Plan

Pencoed Regeneration Strategy

The Pencoed Regeneration Strategy can be read here.

In October 2009 Bridgend County Borough Council and Pencoed Town Council entered into a partnership agreement to develop a Regeneration Strategy and Action Plan for Pencoed.

In January 2010, Hyder Consulting Ltd were appointed to develop a strategy which would lead to a complete social, economic and environmental regeneration development package which embraces the principles of sustainable development and includes collaboration between the public, private and voluntary sectors.

Initial consultation was undertaken with a variety of groups and organisations which included: County Borough and Town Council Members; County Borough Council Officers; Pencoed PACT; Pencoed Secondary School; a ‘Just Ask’ Youth Event; Bridgend College; the Pencoed Welfare Hall Committee; Local Businesses and the Local Service Board (LSB).

Following this a long list of projects for the area was drawn up and evaluated against a set of objectives. This resulted in a list of 18 preferred projects under the headings of:

  • Social and Community;
  • Economic and Commercial;
  • Environment; and
  • Movement.

Public consultation on the draft strategy was held for six weeks between October – December 2010. Bridgend County Borough Council adopted the Strategy on the 12th January 2011. The document is now Supplementary Planning Guidance (SPG) and is a material consideration in the determination of relevant planning applications.

Last Updated: 22/11/2013
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