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GLYNNEATH CONTAMINATION - NEATH-PORT TALBOT COUNCIL COVER-UP
This video shows how the Neath Port Talbot Council breached the 1990 Environmental Protection Act and placed the health and lives of the residents of the following Glynneath streets at risk from untreated contaminated land:
Waun Gron, Brynhyfryd, Woodland Park, & Heol y Glyn and Inter Valley Road (A4109).
GLYNNEATH TOWN COUNCIL MEETING
|COUNCILLOR'S MORGAN & KNOYLE
Glynneath Town Council discuss the Enzo Development and the comment they are to submit for the planning application. A complaint had been submitted to the Glynneath Town Council on 23/4/2020 following the failure of the two 'twin hatted' Glynneath County Borough Councillors Morgan and Knoyle to support the residents bordering the site.
This is an extract from the complaint.
"This complaint also extends to the current day, 23/4/2020, because until
It should be noted that during the planning committee meeting it was revealed that both Councillors Knoyle and Morgan had met over a long period of time with the planning department development manager Steve Ball and the developer Enzo. What is clear from the subsequent planning committee meeting is that they have pre-determined their decision on supporting a corrupt planning official (Steve Ball) and an unscrupulous developer (Enzo Homes)
NEATH-PORT TALBOT COUNCIL PLANNING MEETING
|Simon Knoyle, Dai Richards and Del
Morgan represent Glynneath residents at the Neath-Port Talbot
Council Planning Committee meeting on 8 September 2020. This
video has been edited to show mainly the representations of Councillor Del Morgan,
Councillor Simon Knoyle and Dai Richards of the East Glynneath -
Residents against Contamination group. The additional analysis
contained in the video is by David Richards. If you refer to the
image on the right which is taken from a Welsh Government
publication "Good Councillors Guide" you will see that
the two Glynneath Councillors are failing to uphold their role
as a councillor in relation to their responsibilities to the
public. The Good Councillor's Guide states.
Your personal feelings about the application, or the applicant, are irrelevant. It is the wider public interest that is important.
It should be noted in the meeting that there were 80 objections from 39 properties, the only two Glynneath residents for the application were the two Glynneath Councillors Del Morgan and Simon Knoyle. They had both been made aware of historical malpractice at the development that had failed to follow council contaminated land protocol six months prior to the meeting and were both in possession of a document that providence them with evidence of this.
During the meeting Del Morgan pushes the 'extant' planning permission when there is no evidence that the development had started (a requirement of an extant planning permission) and Simon Knoyle identifiers that Enzo intends to move the contaminated land closer to peoples houses by cutting and filling the stream.
PLANNING COMMITTEE CORRUPTION
NEATH-PORT TALBOT COUNCIL PLANNING COMMITTEE CORRUPTION
This video shows how the Planning Committee malpractice has enabled the Planning Department at Neath-Port Talbot Council to place Glynneath residents lives in danger, potentially causing deaths from a rare neurodegenerative disorder and almost certainly committing the UK Government criminal offence Corporate Manslaughter. The Planning Department are covering up contamination at the Heol y Glyn Development in Glynneath.
Neath-Port Talbot Council have been given the opportunity to appear in a re-edited version of this video or to provide counter evidence to its contents.
THE CORRUPT PLANNING OFFICIAL STEVE BALL - CUDDY GROUP TIPPING HABITS & NATURAL RESOURCES WALES
In this video, we see how the Neath Port-Talbot Council Planning Development Manager Steve Ball has grossly misrepresented the role of Natural Resources Wales in the planning process for the Heol y Glyn development. This is evidence he is presenting as factual to the Planning Committee. We believe that the reason he does this is to cover up Planning Department malpractice which allowed the Cuddy Group to tip on the site unregulated and to provide the Planning Committee with a sense of lawfulness for the development and in particular the illegal tipping habits of the Cuddy Group. The Cuddy Group were tipping at the Heol y Glyn site from 2005 to 2016 while Natural Resources Wales was founded in 2013 and the Cuddy Group's first NRW licence dates from August 2014 by which time the majority of tipped material had been brought onto the site.
NEATH PORT TALBOT COUNCIL CORRUPTION INCIDENT - CERI MORRIS HEAD OF PLANNING
The Neath-Port Talbot Council Head of Planning and Public Protection deliberately falsifies information relating to the role of the 1990 Environmental Protection Act in the Planning Process.
GLYNNEATH CONTAMINATION - TOWN COUNCIL MEETING 27 OCTOBER 2020 - ITEM 17
EAST GLYNNEATH RESIDENTS AGAINST CONTAMINATION CORRESPONDENCE AND ASSOCIATED REPORT
Every Glynneath Town
Councillor in this video is aware that Neath Port Talbot Council
broke the land contamination rules in 2009 resulting in an above
normal level of carcinogens remaining in the soil at the
Heol-y-Glyn site. The soil should have been cleaned up or tested
further once contamination of this level was found. The increased
contamination and safety recommendations to protect Glynneath
residents that were ignored has endangered the lives of Glynneath
for at least the last 12 years. It is possible that there are deaths in
the East Glynneath area that may be related to this
contamination and the ignored safety recommendations. The
Councillors in this video have been supplied with the COUNCIL
OF DEATH DOCUMENT
and have been asked to make public the answer to a question
about whether or not Councillors Morgan and Knoyle have
undertaken due diligence in relation to this document.
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|GLYNNEATH TOWN COUNCIL - MISSING
A report submitted to the Glynneath Town Council went missing after being delivered to the Glynneath Councillors Gerry Reynolds and Haulwen Morgan on 3 May 2021. Glynneath Town Council discuss the letter that accompanied the report. This video looks at the involvement of Councillors Reynolds and Morgan in the discussion about the letter in the council meeting of 8 June 2021 and asks the Town Clerk what happened?
|GLYNNEATH TOWN COUNCILLOR COMPLAINT
- MISSING PSP REPORT
This is a complaint recently submitted to the Glynneath Town Council about Councillor Haulwen Morgan who deliberately disposed of a document that identifies deaths in Brynhyfryd from an extremely rare neurodegenerative disorder that is linked to contaminant Arsenic. An above safe level of Arsenic was identified at the Heol y Glyn site in 2008 and subsequently hidden by the Neath-Port Talbot Council planning department.
|https://youtu.be/oErFOvnpdG0||The purpose of this video is to establish a timeline for Del Morgan's actions since being made aware of potential contamination and/or the tipping of potentially toxic chemical waste. Its purpose is, to make the public aware that information about suspected land contamination and potential illegal tipping by the Cuddy Group, was provided to Councillor Morgan and the Neath Port Talbot planning department as far back as 2016.|
WHY ARE YOU KEEPING THIS INFORMATION SECRET FROM THE PEOPLE OF GLYNNEATH?
On the 27 March 2021. Councillor Knoyle posted information about the Heol Glyn development that had not previously been made public. He posted information about a document containing the results of chemical testing from soil at the Heol y Glyn site. He states that he had used this document in his role as a county councillor and undertaken due diligence in relation to the testing results contained in the document, he states in his post:
"I was provided with a copy of the WAC (Waste Acceptance Criteria) Tests which were carried out on 7th October 2020 - I received this confidentially, hence the reason I have redacted the image below. You will see that there are many contaminants identified in the samples, this is just a snippet of Sample 04 taken on 20th October 2020."
Councillor Knoyle and the complete Neath Port Talbot Council refuse to communicate with us and provide information that is relevant to the Heol y Glyn development in Glynneath. Why?
|PUBLIC QUESTION to SIMON KNOYLE AND
DEL MORGAN & SIMON KNOYLE ANSWER IN DESCRIPTION
Simon Knoyle public answer to Glynneath Residents Against Contamination public questions. Answer only listed as text in the video description. In this statement he states that there is 'mis-information' going around yet he fails to state what this is.
|https://youtu.be/ag4G36k8wlc||On 19 July 2021 we made a public
question asking for an update on the Heol y Glyn Development
because there were 6 different toxic chemicals that have
recently been exposed in the top layer of the soil. This is of
serious concern to our group. Only Councillor Knoyle has made a
public statement in relation to our question but he has not
referenced the current exposed contamination which is of
concern. The council have a duty of care in relation to this
contamination to provide a risk assessment for human health by
categorising the identified contamination from 1 to 4. This
information has not been provided with the current planning
application which is a concern. This video requests that the two
Glynneath councillors ensure that this information is provided
to the residents surrounding the site as soon as possible. As
council tax payers it is our right to know the level of toxins
we have been potentially exposed to. - Glynneath Residents
Against Contamination Group.
No reply has been received from either Councillor in relation to this public question.
|https://youtu.be/KcivmWSeK0Q||NEATH-PORT TALBOT COUNCIL OF DEATH? DOCUMENT
This document was submitted to the Neath-Port Talbot Council Planning Committee and the Glynneath Councillors Del Morgan and Simon Knoyle by recorded delivery. It was received on 7th September 2020. To date (2 September 2021) no counter evidence has been submitted to refute the allegation that the council breached the 1990 Environmental Protection Act.
|https://youtu.be/2X2tkxPI6rE||PROGRESSIVE SUPRANUCLEAR PALSY - ‘PSP’ CLUSTER, BRYNHYFRYD, GLYNNEATH
Information and accountability for a PSP cluster in the Welsh town of Glynneath. This document has been submitted to the following organisations, none of whom have acknowledged receipt, provided counter evidence or disputed its conclusion.
Natural Resources Wales, Neath-Port Talbot Council, Glynneath Town Council.
The report concludes that:
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