Baglan (electoral ward)
|Population||6,819 (2011 census)|
|Principal area||Neath Port Talbot|
|Ceremonial county||West Glamorgan|
|Sovereign state||United Kingdom|
|Councillors||Peter Richards (Labour)|
|Carol Clement (Labour)|
|Paul Greenaway (Labour)|
The Baglan ward can be divided roughly into three zones. The industrial zone lies to the south west of the M4 Motorway at Baglan Bay on the site that was once occupied by a BP Chemical works. It is now an industrial regeneration area. The residential zone lies just to the northeast of the M4, consisting of Baglan village. The far north and eastern portion of the ward consists of undeveloped grassland and woodland.
On 3 May 2012 the Local Council elections were held. The turnout was 40.42% and the results were:
|Peter Richards||Labour||1190||Labour hold|
|Carol Clement||Labour||1038||Labour hold|
|Paul Greenaway||Labour||906||Labour gain|
|T J Morgan||Conservative||186|
- "Ward population 2011". Retrieved 11 April 2015.