Leisure and environment plans and policies
Strategies, plans and policies for leisure and environment.
'Destination Swansea Bay 2017-2020' is the official Destination Management Plan for Swansea.
The Countryside Access Plan was adopted by the authority in October 2007 and assesses the present condition of the countryside access resource (public footpaths, bridleways and access land) in the City and County of Swansea.
In 2005 the Swansea Biodiversity Partnership produced a document called "Promoting Swansea's Natural Environment: A Local Biodiversity Strategy and Action Plan".
Managing the drainage and coastal environment in Swansea.
The local flood risk management strategy will be developed by the council to balance the needs of communities, the economy and the environment.
The Gower Beaches Management Plan is in place to ensure the authority maintains Blue Flag status for the 3 beaches of Caswell Bay, Langland Bay and Port Eynon / Horton.
A preliminary flood risk assessment is a high-level assessment of local flood risk and historic and potential floods to help identify where future floods may cause a risk.
Under The Flood Risk Regulations 2009 there is a requirement for all Lead Local Flood Authorities which have a Flood Risk Area to publish a Flood Risk Management Plan for that area before 22nd December 2015.
This green infrastructure strategy, published jointly by Swansea Council and Natural Resources Wales, is designed to bring more nature into the Swansea Central Area.
We plan to upgrade and refurbish the Mumbles coastal sea defences.