Open Consultations

  • Old Castle Down SSSI - Grazing to Help Wildlife

    Cliciwch yma i ddarllen y dudalen yn Gymraeg / Click here to read this page in Welsh Old Castle Down Old Castle Down is designated as a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) due to several distinct features including limestone grassland, limestone heath and humid heath. The variation in these plant communities reflects the changes in the calcium carbonate content of the soils. On the west side of the B4265 the calcareous grassland is dominated by sheep’s fescue grass... More
    Closes 22 September 2030
  • Managing flood risk in Ynysybwl

    Natural Resources Wales is working to reduce the risk of flooding in Ynysybwl. Ynysybwl was badly affected during Storm Dennis in 2020. Flood waters from the Nant Clydach overtopped the highway wall, which runs along the length of Clydach Terrace, flooding 17 properties. The Welsh Government has instructed us to undertake a full Business Case process following the Welsh Governemnt's Flood and Coastal Erosion Risk Management Business Case Guidance . ... More
    Closes 28 November 2026
  • Penyrenglyn Coal Tip Risk Management and Forest Operation

    This is an update on works currently underway and planned by Natural Resources Wales in the Penyrenglyn area. Coal tip risk management Penyrenglyn has a coal tip on the hillside and is located within the area of our tree felling operation. This coal tip is one of our top priority sites to undertake remedial drainage intervention work to reduce the risk of landslip. Many disused coal tips have drainage systems to reduce water content. No such system is in place... More
    Closes 29 November 2025
  • Cofrestrwch i ymuno â'n Panel Defnyddwyr Rhybuddion Llifogydd

    Rydym yn gweithio i wella'r Gwasanaeth Gwybodaeth Rhybuddion Llifogydd. Mae angen eich help arnom i wneud i'r gwasanaeth weithio i chi. Gallwch helpu i lywio dyfodol y gwasanaeth drwy rannu eich barn a'ch profiadau. Cofrestrwch i ymuno â'n Panel Defnyddwyr Llifogydd. Mae hyn yn golygu y cewch gyfle i gymryd rhan mewn ymchwil defnyddwyr. Gallai hyn gynnwys arolygon, cwestiynau e-bost, neu sgyrsiau gydag aelod o'n tîm. Nid yw cofrestru yn eich ymrwymo i unrhyw beth. ... More
    Closes 31 July 2025
  • Sign up to join our Flood Warning User Panel

    We are working to improve the Flood Warning Information Service. We need your help to make the service work for you. You can help shape the future of the service by sharing your views and experiences. Please sign up to join our Flood Warning User Panel. This means you will be given the opportunity to take part in user research. This might be surveys, emailed questions, or conversations with a member of our team. Signing up does not commit you to anything. Anyone can sign up to take... More
    Closes 31 July 2025
  • Upcoming forestry and land management work, Northern and Southern Wye woodlands, Monmouthshire

    What work is taking place? Forest Operations Extensive felling operations are beginning in the Wye Valley to remove approximately 133 hectares of larch trees, from Manor wood, Beacon Hill, Whitestone and The Fedw woodlands, which are infected with Phytophthora ramorum . More commonly known as Larch disease, Phytophthora ramorum, is a fungus-like disease which can cause extensive damage and mortality to wide range of trees and other plants. Larch... More
    Closes 31 December 2024
  • Ardal Draenio Mewnol Gwastadeddau Gwent

    Cliciwch yma i weld y dudalen Saesneg Cil-y-coed a Gwynllŵg Mae Gwastadeddau Gwent yn dirwedd hanesyddol o bwys rhyngwladol sy'n cynnwys rhwydwaith cymhleth o gaeau ffrwythlon a chyrsiau dŵr hanesyddol (a elwir yn ‘reens’ neu’n ffosydd draenio yn lleol) sy'n ymestyn dros 180 km. Yn gartref i saith Safle o Ddiddordeb Gwyddonol Arbennig (SoDdGA) sy'n gyfystyr â thua 57Km o'r ardal, mae'r Gwastadeddau yn cael eu cynnal trwy reoli lefel y dŵr... More
    Closes 31 December 2024
  • How our Internal Drainage District (IDD) team manage the Gwent Levels

    Click here to view this page in Welsh Caldicot & Wentlooge The Gwent Levels are a historic landscape of international significance that are characterised by a complex network of fertile fields and historic water courses (known locally as reens) that stretch across 180Km. Home to seven Sites of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) that make up approx. 57Km of the area, the Levels are maintained through careful water level management which requires assent. A list of the... More
    Closes 31 December 2024
  • Yr Graig – forest operations

    To view the page in Welsh please click here What work is taking place? Tree felling operations in Yr Graig woodland will begin in September, to remove areas of larch trees as a part of our larch reduction policy to combat the spread of larch disease. Areas of mature trees will also be felled and thinned in line with the Forest Resource Plan. Thinning operations will also take place in the northern area of the woodland, to help increase light penetration... More
    Closes 28 June 2024
  • Y Graig – gweithrediadau coedwig

    I weld y dudalen yn Saesneg, cliciwch yma. Pa waith sy'n digwydd? Bydd gweithrediadau torri coed yng nghoetir y Graig yn dechrau ym mis Medi, i gael gwared ar ardaloedd o goed llarwydd fel rhan o’n polisi lleihau llarwydd ac i frwydro yn erbyn lledaeniad clefyd llarwydd. Hefyd bydd ardaloedd o goed aeddfed yn cael eu cwympo a'u teneuo yn unol â'r Cynllun Adnoddau Coedwig. Bydd gweithrediadau teneuo hefyd yn digwydd yn ardal ogleddol y coetir, er mwyn... More
    Closes 28 June 2024
  • Fedw wood – larch felling operations

    To view the page in Welsh, please click here. What work is taking place? Felling operations in Fedw wood will begin in September to remove approximately 4500 larch trees which are infected with Phytophora ramorum (more commonly known as larch disease) Approximately 16 hectares of larch will need to be removed and the work will take approximately 9 months. What is larch disease? Larch disease, or Phytophthora ramorum, is a... More
    Closes 31 May 2024
  • The Darren woodland - larch felling operations

    To view the page in Welsh, please click here. What work is taking place? In the next few months felling operations in the Darren Woodland will commence, to remove larch trees which are infected with Phytophora ramorum (more commonly known as larch disease) Approximately 11 hectares of larch will need to be removed and the work will take approximately 6 month months. What is larch disease? Larch disease, or Phytophthora... More
    Closes 31 May 2024
  • Coed Fedw – gweithrediadau cwympo coed llarwydd

    I weld y dudalen yn Saesneg, cliciwch yma. Pa waith sy'n digwydd? Bydd gwaith cwympo coed yng Nghoed fedw yn dechrau ym mis Medi i gael gwared ar tua 4,500 o goed llarwydd sydd wedi'u heintio â Phytophora ramorum (a elwir yn fwy cyffredin yn glefyd llarwydd). Bydd angen gwaredu tua 16 hectar o goed llarwydd a bydd y gwaith yn cymryd tua naw mis. Beth yw clefyd llarwydd? Mae clefyd llarwydd, neu Phytophthora ramorum, yn glefyd... More
    Closes 31 May 2024
  • Coed Darren – gweithrediadau cwympo coed llarwydd

    I weld y dudalen yn Saesneg cliciwch yma Pa waith sy'n digwydd? Yn ystod yr wythnosau nesaf, bydd gweithrediadau cwympo cod yn dechrau yng Nghoed Darren i gael gwared ar goed llarwydd y mae Phytophthora ramorum (a elwir yn fwy cyffredin yn glefyd llarwydd) yn effeithio arnynt. Bydd angen gwaredu tua 11 hectar o goed llarwydd a bydd y gwaith yn cymryd tua chwe mis. Beth yw clefyd llarwydd? Mae clefyd llarwydd, neu Phytophthora... More
    Closes 31 May 2024
  • Wentwood East – Thinning

    To view the page in Welsh, please click here. What work will take place? Forest thinning operations are due to begin shortly. The woodland is designated as a Plantation on Ancient Woodland Site (PAWS). The objective of the operation is to restore the woodland back to ancient woodland. The thinning of the conifer trees within the woodland will create space and increasing light levels to promote natural regeneration in the... More
    Closes 31 March 2024
  • Dwyrain Coed Gwent – teneuo

    I weld y dudalen yn Saesneg, cliciwch yma. Pa waith fydd yn digwydd? Mae gweithrediadau teneuo coedwigoedd i fod i ddechrau cyn hir. Mae'r coetir wedi'i ddynodi'n Blanhigfa ar Safle Coetir Hynafol (PAWS). Amcan y gweithrediad yw adfer y coetir yn ôl yn goetir hynafol. Bydd teneuo'r coed conwydd o fewn y coetir yn creu lle a chynyddu lefelau golau i hyrwyddo aildyfiant naturiol yn yr isdyfiant. Pam rydyn ni'n... More
    Closes 31 March 2024
  • Briers Grove – Thinning operations

    To view the page in Welsh, please click here. What work is taking place? Forest thinning operations are due to begin shortly in the south of Briers Grove woodland to thin the Red Cedar within the wood. There are also number of ash trees along the footpath on the east side of the woodland that need to be removed as they pose a risk to visitor’s safety. The work is expected to be completed in approximatley 6 months. ... More
    Closes 30 March 2024
  • Briers Grove – gweithrediadau teneuo

    I weld y dudalen yn Saesneg, cliciwch yma. Pa waith sy'n digwydd? Mae gwaith teneuo coedwigoedd i fod i ddechrau cyn hir yn rhannau deheuol coetir Briers Grove i deneuo'r cedrwydd coch o fewn y goedwig. Mae yna hefyd nifer o goed ynn ar hyd y llwybr troed ar ochr ddwyreiniol y coetir sydd angen eu gwaredu gan eu bod yn peri risg i ddiogelwch ymwelwyr. Mae disgwyl i’r gwaith gael ei gwblhau erbyn 6 Pam rydyn ni'n... More
    Closes 30 March 2024
  • NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR THE DREDGE AND EXTRACT FROM BEDWYN SANDS AND NORTH MIDDLE GROUND

    MARINE AND COASTAL ACCESS ACT 2009 MARINE WORKS (ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT) REGULATIONS 2007 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR THE DREDGE AND EXTRACT FROM BEDWYN SANDS AND NORTH MIDDLE GROUND Notice is hereby given that Breedon Trading Limited has applied to Natural Resources Wales (“NRW”) for a marine licence to carry out a regulated activity under the Marine and Coastal Access Act 2009. The project requires EIA consent and is subject to the requirement for an environmental impact... More
    Closes 7 March 2024
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