May 2021

Concept drawing in response to the public consultation

Following the extensive comments we recieved from the pulbic consultation, YGC have produced a concept drawing outlining how some of the suggestions put forward could be intergrated into the scheme. The plan includes the creation of information boards, benches, community art installations, disabled access to the field, spaces for plants and flowers, areas for catering services and outdoor exercise areas.


Please note that this plan is subject to change as the scheme moves forward. 

29th January 2021

Ground investiagtions get underway

The first few boreholes have been drilled along the promenade at Hirael this week. Some minor changes to the location of the boreholes have been made in order to maintain safe public access to the promenade. 


Please contact us if you have any concerns or queries. 

20th January 2021

Ground investiagtions to begin

Our drilling contractors will begin ground investigations from the 25th of January to the 31st of March. These essenstial works are being carried out to establish the the ground conditions on which the new defences will be built, and will assist engineers in designing the wall’s foundations.

This will bring some (mostly sound) disruption to the community for short periods during the work, and will involve temporary closures of seafront footpaths. For a short time, there will be no through access to ‘Y Bae’ via Glandwr Road.


Please contact us if you have any concerns or queries. 

December 2020

Release of the Hirael Flood Risk SOC

As 2020 draws to a close, the Hirael scheme carries on with the release of the Strategic Outline Case. This document sets out the initial stages of project development, and outlines the need for the project. It is also a major stepping stone in securing Welsh Government funding for the scheme.

Hirael flood prevention scheme

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