Penblewin to Redstone Cross

Public Local Inquiry


Welcome to the A40 Penblewin to Redstone Cross Improvements Public Local Inquiry (PLI) website.

Information relating to Public Local Inquiries into road proposals can be found here: Need to Know

Latest News

On Wednesday 24th March 2021, the Welsh Government's Minister for Economy and Transport published his Decision letter, as well as...
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The Inspector's Query re withdrawal of objection R0022 / Modification 1 and Welsh Government's response PIQ.003 is available to view/download...
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13th November 2020

Inquiry Closed

Please note that the Inquiry formally closed on 13 November 2020 and no further submissions or evidence can be accepted. ...
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6th November 2020

Virtual Inquiry live stream

Anyone wishing to observe the Inquiry will only be able to do so virtually via the ‘live stream link’ on...
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Suggested alternatives to the Scheme have been received by Welsh Government and are available to view/download from the Inquiry Documents...
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26th October 2020

Inquiry Programme/Timetable

The Programme / Timetable for the Inquiry is now available to view via the Inquiry Programme webpage or via the...
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Inquiry Outcome

On Wednesday 24th March 2021, the Minister for Economy and Transport published his recommendation along with the Inspector’s Recommendation. Both documents can be found below.

Public Local Inquiry

The Public Local Inquiry (PLI) is scheduled to start on Tuesday 10 November 2020. Details can be found below about the published documents, programme, and the venue.

Inquiry Library

Find all the documents published throughout the Inquiry to date, including the Promoter's Statement of Case and Core Documents.

Inquiry Programme

Information regarding inquiry sessions, dates and attendees can be found and searched for here.

Inquiry Venue

The Inquiry venue. The hub for all sessions and meetings throughout the Inquiry. A map and venue information is provided.

Key Persons


Aidan McCooey (BA (Hons) MSc MRTPI)

Programme Officer

Tracey Smith