|County & City Councils in Wales|
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City and County of Swansea Council
City and County of Swansea.
Gwynedd Council\'s web site. This site aims to give a comprehensive information source for community information as well as being an informative resource for visitors to the area.
Merthyr Tydfil County Borough Council
With responsibilities ranging from tourism through social services to economic regeneration, the Council\'s responsibilities are wide-ranging. We operate a \'Cabinet\'-style decision-making process, ensuring that policies emerge in a speedy and efficient manner, maximising the benefit to all our residents.
Flintshire County Council
Flintshire is the largest populated county in North Wales with the council providing vital services for 147,000 people.
Carmarthenshire County Council
Carmarthenshire County Council, the largest unitary Authority in West Wales provides a wide range of services to a population of approximately 170,000. Some 9,000 members of staff work across the county in various locations, providing services for local people, the business community and visitors to the County.
Wrexham County Borough Council
Wrexham County Borough is an area steeped in history with a strong vision for the future. The County Borough was born out of local government reorganisation in 1996 when the map of Wales was redrawn. It is situated in North East Wales and borders the 5 counties of Cheshire, Shropshire, Powys, Flintshire and Denbighshire.
Caerphilly County Borough Council
We provide services for 176,000 people who live in an area approximately 28,000 hectares. Almost 9,000 people work for the council, making it the largest employer in the area. As part of modernising local government in Wales, the council has embarked on a cabinet style of local government. This new system will create a new political structure for the council, speed up decision making and maintain an open and transparent form of community government.
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