An update from Ted Hand . . .

Thursday 20th July was a busy day for MAGOR.  In the afternoon, Councillor Frances Taylor put forward a motion to the Monmouthshire County Council meeting.  The motion was for Magor & Undy Walkway to be the first of the planned stations to be opened as a ‘quick win’ for the Burns Report.  The motion was unanimously adopted by Monmouthshire County Council to be actioned.  In the evening, the MAGOR AGM was held in the Golden Lion function room.  Chairman, Treasurer and the committee member present, all agreed to serve another term.

The plans for the new stations have now been finalised and will be available for public consultation in the Autumn.  Neither Monmouthshire County Council or MAGOR has not had sight of the plans but understand that the innovative and revolutionary walkway concept has been accepted for Magor & Undy Walkway Station.

On the 24th of July, representing the MAGOR group, I attended the Monmouthshire County Council Transport Forum.  At the meeting the plans for Magor & Undy Walkway Station were discussed.

Ted Hand







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