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The following petitions have been submitted. Petitions displayed here have met the criteria  as agreed by the Democratic Services committee.

Submitted Petitions
TitleDate SubmittedSubmission method (council meeting / consultation / planning)Submitted byOverview of reason for petition No. of signaturesCabinet ResponseAction Taken

Petition for Abercynon Road to improve road safety for the street 


Residents in conjunction with Councillor Lewis and Councillor George 

Cllr Lewis and Cllr George on behalf of residents

Introduction of Speed Bumps and relocation of a bus stop  79 Awaiting response Sent to cabinet Member for response

Pedestrian Crossing along Crown Hill

30/06/2021 Resident in conjunction with Councillor James

Cllr James on behalf of resident

To create a public crossing 925 Response received Sent to cabinet Member for response

Change Public Path to a right of way 

19th April 2021 Resident in conjunction with Councillor Caple 

Cllr Caple on behalf of resident 

TO RECOGNISE A PUBLIC PATH AS AN OFFICIAL RIGHT OF WAY  300 Response received Request to include crossing in review process for next financial year

Reduce Speed Limit 


7th October 2020 Council Meeting  Cllr J Brencher on behalf of residents

To lower the speed limit on the Llantrisant Rd. between Pontypridd and Penycoedcae on the section between its junctions with Maendy & Black roads


 106 Response received

Request for the site to be included in the review process for the next financial year 


Community Petition against proposal T2020/191/1 Coedely IF191/JG 

21st October 2020 Council Meeting  Cllr D Owen-Jones on behalf of residents  Community objection in relation to proposal for restrictions and prohibition of waiting at any time on the un-named road between Ely Valley Road and Tylcha Fach terrace due to development at Woodlands ‘Coedely’    120

Response received

To be included in the officer report to be considered by the Group Director, Prosperity, Development And Frontline Services and the Cabinet Member as part of the decision making process on how the scheme is taken