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Mae Tîm Democratiaid Rhyddfrydol Cymru'n gweithio'n galed i chi ledled De Cymru

Fel aelod lleol y Democratiaid Rhyddfrydol o'r Cynulliad ers 1999, mae Peter Black wedi bod yn cydweithio â chynghorwyr ac ymgyrchwyr blaenllaw ar draws Pen-y-bont ar Ogwr, Ogwr, Castell-nedd, Port Talbot, Abertawe a Gŵyr

Gallwch newid sut mae Cymru'n cael ei rheoli drwy ymuno â Democratiaid Rhyddfrydol Cymru a gweithio gyda hwy i wella ansawdd bywyd pobl yn eich cymuned leol.

About Peter Black

Peter Black

Peter Black AM

Ganed Peter Black ym 1960. Mae'n gyn was sifil a bu'n gweithio i Gofrestrfa Tir Cymru o 1983 i 1999. Mae'n briod ag Angela ac yn byw yn ardal Trefansel Abertawe. Mae wedi bod yn aelod o Gyngor Dinas a Sir Abertawe a'r cyngor a'i rhagflaenodd ers 1984.


Mae Peter yn gyn Gadeirydd Democratiaid Rhyddfrydol Cymru. Ef yw llefarydd y blaid ar Iechyd, Llywodraeth Leol a Thai. Mae'n aelod o Gomisiwn y Cynulliad ac yn Rheolwr Busnes ei blaid yn y Cynulliad. Mae ei ddiddordebau'n cynnwys tai, ffuglen wyddonol, ffilmiau, theatr a barddoniaeth. Cliciwch ar y ffotograff i weld mwy o fanylion am Peter a sut i gysylltu ag ef.

Darllenwch daflen ar-lein Peter 'This is what the Welsh Liberal Democrats are for..

Recent updates

  • Peter Black and Kirsty Williams listening to nurses at Morriston Hospital
    Erthygl: 2014 Awst 19

    The Welsh Liberal Democrat Assembly member for South Wales West, Peter Black joined Brecon and Radnorshire AM, Kirsty Williams and his party's candidate for Swansea East, Amina Jamal yesterday in a consultation session with nurses in Morriston hospital on Kirsty's private members bill which seeks to introduce minimum nurse staffing levels in Welsh hospitals.

  • Erthygl: 2014 Awst 16

    The Welsh Liberal Democrat Assembly member for South Wales West Peter Black has joined with local residents in calling on Swansea Council to remove stones which they dumped on Caswell beach in March of this year.

    Mr. Black has written to the Council's Head of Culture and Tourism asking for an explanation as to why he decided to deposit stones on the beach instead of instigating a programme of sand replenishment, and constructing groynes to combat erosion as happens elsewhere on the Welsh coastline

  • Second Campus
    Erthygl: 2014 Awst 15

    The Welsh Liberal Democrat Assembly member for South Wales West Peter Black has praised the new Swansea University campus on Fabian Way as an important asset for the Swansea Bay region that has the potential to bring many jobs and prosperity to the area.

    Mr. Black was speaking after being shown around the development by representatives of St. Modwen and the University.

  • Erthygl: 2014 Awst 7
    Gan Peter Black yn South Wales Evening Post

    The decision by the Welsh Government to choose the most expensive route for an M4 extension around Newport has been universally condemned, even by those who believe that building roads are an answer to traffic congestion.

    Although, there is a consensus that something needs to be done to deal with problems around the Brynglas tunnels, the chosen route is not just the most expensive but also the most environmentally damaging.

  • Erthygl: 2014 Awst 2
    Gan Peter Black yn Seaside News August 2014

    Last month I held a short debate in the Assembly on the problems faced by many people in obtaining a blue badge.

    The Welsh Government has changed the rules so as to stop the abuse of this system. That is welcome but the downside is that large numbers of people who are genuinely entitled to a blue badge are not getting one.

  • Erthygl: 2014 Gorff 31

    The Welsh Liberal Democrat Assembly member for South Wales West Peter Black has attacked Bridgend Council's plans to close down, and sell Porthcawl Museum as an act of cultural vandalism.

    Mr Black's comments follow recent confirmation by the Council that Porthcawl Museum is to be shut, and the building sold to the highest bidder as early as this autumn following the failure of talks with Porthcawl Town Council that could have seen the 150 year old Museum's ownership transferred to them.

  • Erthygl: 2014 Gorff 31
    Gan Peter Black yn Glamorgan Gazette

    The decision by the Welsh Government to choose the most expensive route for an M4 extension around Newport has been universally condemned, even by those who believe that building roads are an answer to traffic congestion.

    Although, there is a consensus that something needs to be done to deal with problems around the Brynglas tunnels, the chosen route is not just the most expensive but also the most environmentally damaging.

  • Erthygl: 2014 Gorff 25

    Liberal Democrats have helped to restore the UK economy to pre-crash levels, figures released today show.

    The UK economy has grown by 0.8% over the last quarter, ensuring that the UK economy has now returned to the same level it had before the banking crisis in 2008.

    Commenting, the Welsh Liberal Democrats Assembly Member for South Wales West, Peter Black] said:

  • Erthygl: 2014 Gorff 16

    The Welsh Liberal Democrat Assembly Member for South Wales West, Peter Black has written to the Minister for Economy, Science and Transport after residents reported that traveller caravans have started to gather on land next to Amazon off Fabian Way near Swansea.

    Two traveller caravans have appeared on the site near Amazon in Crymlyn Burrows. This is not the first time traveller caravans have appeared on the site, and residents are concerned that more are likely to follow.

  • Erthygl: 2014 Gorff 15

    The Welsh Liberal Democrats have revealed today that many people in Wales are waiting months on end until they can attend an

    NHS hearing reassessment.

    A Freedom of Information request by the Welsh Liberal Democrats to Health Boards reveals that waiting times for:

    • hearing aid reassessments within Cwm Taf HB are more than 17 months; 
  • Erthygl: 2014 Gorff 15

    The Welsh Liberal Democrats Assembly Member for South Wales West, Peter Black has called on the First Minister to take action to protect leaseholders elsewhere in Wales from falling victim to the sort of rent review clauses in their leases that have hit residents of the Elba Works estate in Gowerton. 

  • Erthygl: 2014 Gorff 10
    Gan Peter Black yn South Wales Evening Post

    During a debate in the National Assembly on the digital economy recently, the Welsh Liberal Democrats called for an end to misleading broadband claims which often see customers paying for high speed broadband contracts which do not reflect the speed of service that was advertised.

    I am very concerned that people locally may not be getting a fair deal from their broadband provider. Customers are paying for high speed broadband contracts but in reality they only receive very slow broadband speeds which do not match the level of service that was advertised.

  • Erthygl: 2014 Gorff 9

    The Welsh Liberal Democrat Assembly Member for South Wales West, Peter Black

    has called on on Neath Port Talbot Council to change their proposed arrangements for collecting rubbish following tomorrow's strike to something more sensible.

    The Council have said that any rubbish not collected because of the strike tomorrow will have to be stored by affected householders for an extra two weeks before being put out for collection on the next normal day in the cycle.

  • Erthygl: 2014 Gorff 8

    Responding to the Welsh Government's White Paper published today, 'Reforming Local Government', the Welsh Liberal Democrat Local Government Spokesperson, Peter Black said that it left many questions on reorganisation unanswered, details on costs and council tax levels remain unclear, whilst without reform of the way the new councils are elected we will end up with more of the same:

  • Erthygl: 2014 Gorff 8

    The Welsh Liberal Democrat Assembly Member for South Wales West, Peter Black

    is urging the families of patients who have been in residential or nursing homes or were being cared for elsewhere for long term illnesses between 1st April 2004 and 31st July 2013 to lodge claims with their local health board to recover the costs of continuing medical care before the deadline of 31 July 2014 so as to avoid missing out.

  • Erthygl: 2014 Gorff 3

    The Welsh Liberal Democrat Assembly Member for South Wales West, Peter Black has welcomed a manifesto promise by his party to see carers receive a bonus worth up to £250-a-year under a future Liberal Democrat government, which would help more than 13,000 people in Swansea, Neath Port Talbot, and Bridgend.

  • Erthygl: 2014 Gorff 3

    Ahead of the Tour de France's Grand Départ in Yorkshire on Saturday, the Welsh Liberal Democrats have repeated their calls for a stage of the Tour to come to Wales.

    It was in the Welsh Liberal Democrat 2011 manifesto for Wales to bid for the Tour de France, and with the world-famous race visiting England this year, the possibility of visiting Wales in the future is even greater.

  • Erthygl: 2014 Gorff 2

    South Wales West Liberal Democrat Assembly Member, Peter Black is encouraging South Wales West residents to install energy-saving home improvements, under the Coalition Government's Green Deal Home Improvement Fund (GDHIF), and claim up to £7,600 back.

      The GDHIF is a new scheme open to all householders, landlords and tenants in England and Wales who want to improve the energy efficiency of their homes. The scheme helps pay for a range of measures such as solid wall insulation and new boilers if people get at least two eligible Green Deal energy efficiency improvements. 

  • Erthygl: 2014 Gorff 2

    The Welsh Liberal Democrat spokesperson on Local Government and Equalities, Peter Black, has accused the Welsh Labour Government of failing to sort out the confusion and bureaucracy surrounding the issuing of blue badges to disabled and elderly people in Wales.

    Peter is hosting a debate on this issue in the National Assembly on Wednesday evening.

  • Erthygl: 2014 Gorff 2

    The Welsh Liberal Democrat Assembly Member for South Wales, West Peter Black

    has expressed his concern at the way Neath Port Talbot Council are dealing with the proposal to close the right turn options to and from Elba Crescent as part of the University campus building work.

    Works to create an access road to the University campus will mean that right turns to Elba Crescent from Fabian Way and vice versa will be prevented on three separate occasions for a three weeks period on each occasion. As a result residents living in Elba Crescent and Baldwin's Crescent will face a long detour to travel to and from their homes.

Rob Speht - Swansea West

Rob Speht - Gorllewin Abertawe

Sam Samuel - Swansea East

Sam Samuel - Dwyrain Abertawe

Peter May - Gower

Peter May - Gŵyr

Helen

Helen Ceri Clarke - Aberafan

Mathew McCarthy - Neath

Mathew McCarthy - Castell-Nedd

Briony Davies

Briony Davies - Pen-y-bont ar Ogwr

Gerald Francis

Gerald Francis - Ogwr

Ydych chi'n credu y dylai Cymru fabwysiadu polisi o gydsyniad tybiedig lle byddai'n rhaid i bobl ddatgan nad oeddent am roi eu horganau ar ôl marw yn hytrach na'r polisi presennol o ddatgan eu bod yn dymuno eu rhoi?